Those who were brought up in the ’80s, and ’90s know or definitely recall of Lisa Frank, creator of the colorful school supplys, in which she marketed primarily towards young girls. Although Frank’s appeal of psychedelic colored animals and characters skyrocketed to success, they were once frowned upon and considered unrealistic. If you’ve ever felt that you had a really good idea and no one else understood it…just go for it. After all who knew, sometimes teddy bears do wear top hats!
StumbleUpon is the easiest way to browse and discover random collections of web pages. Start by tapping the “Stumble” button, and you will be immediately entertained with content ranging from photography, videos, funny articles, trivia and even recipes. Us the thumbs-up or thumbs-down buttons, to let StumbleUpon know what you are or ain’t so interested in. Best thing about it…the app is free! http://technologist.ps/2012/01/30/discover-the-undiscovered-stumbleupon/?lang=en
Learning how to do nail art can be rather intimidating, but through the tutorials and photos of Chelsea King’s “Get Nailed” blog site, you’ll be painting in no time. Dedicated to a never ending supply of nail art and design, King posts weekly ideas to inspire your new paint job. http://chelseasgetnailed.com/