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Pie Charts of Van Gogh Paintings

Pie Charts of Van Gogh Paintings: 1.Starry Night 2.Self portrait 3.Van Gogh's Room at Arles 4.Bandaged 5.Reaper 6.Church at Arles 7.Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear 8.Sunflowers 9.Portrait of Dr. Gachet 10.The Night Café 11.Coal Barges 12.Wheat Fields 13.Sheaves of Wheat 14.The Sower 15.Old Man in Sorrow 16.The Exercise Yard 17.Mulberry tree 18.Pollard Willows 19.Chair 20.The Potato Eaters 21.Shoes 22.Almond tree 23.Thatched Cottage in Cordeville 24.Noon Rest from…

You'll need: •A camera with a large aperture lens •Cardstock, or other thick paper •Scissors •Tape 1. Cut out a circle the size of your lens. 2. Cut out your desired shape on the middle of the circle, don't make it too big. 3. Tape it to your lens. 4. Set your camera to it's lowest aperture value (mine was set at 1.8), make sure the lights aren't in focus, and take your picture! It'd be cute to have someone in focus on the foreground, with little dancing trees in the background…

Container Gardens: Create a cottage-garden feel by using soft shades of pink and purple and plants that have loose, open shapes. Here, petunias, licorice plant, and verbena do the job perfectly. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Blackie')--1 B. Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare)--1 C. Petunia 'Carpet Lilac'--2 D. Verbena 'Aztec Pink Magic'--1 E. Wishbone flower (Torenia 'Summer Wave Blue')

I made special new year's ceremonial dish "Osechiryori" on January 1st 2011. Simmered potatoes and flower shaped carrots. Square container is named Ojyubako. It means stacking box. Ojyubako is made by wood and coated by black and red natural lacquer "Urushi".

Cheese and Garlic Crack Bread (Pull Apart Bread)

"Crack bread" is an appropriate name for this because it's garlic bread - on crack! This is a great cost effective FUN centrepiece for your next gathering!