DIY Steampunk iPhone Gramophone Novelty Speaker Tutorial from Cici Bean here. This DIY cost around $10 to make and you need a drill for this. She also used a funnel for the horn to keep the price down. The ultimate verdict on the sound was not great but you could move the “horn” around to project the sound in different directions.
DIY or Buy. Put a dog, cat or anything on it with tee shirt transfer paper. Top Photos: Bob the Dog Duvet Cover from Snurk here. Bottom Photos: Ollie the Cat Duvet Cover from Snurk here. Snurk also has an astronaut, princess and other really creative duvets and pillows on their site.
I’ve already posted DIY tees, pillows, leather etc… using ink jet tee shirt transfer paper - so why not use it on sheets (you can also use 2 sheets to make a duvet cover)? Whatever you can photograph you can print on tee shirt transfer paper - it’s that detailed. You could always practice on an old pillowcase or tee. You can see the variety of iron on transfer papers here (no affiliate links).
"We know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians" ~ Nelson Mandela
Schoolchildren hold candles and portraits of Nelson Mandela during a prayer ceremony in Chennai, India.
Dutch lad with a pillow over his bum to soften falls upon the ice
"from aerial shots of the torngat mountains to close-ups of mosses, from greenland’s icebergs to sam ford fjord’s towering cliffs, from the abandonned trading post of fort ross on nunavut’s somerset island, to kuujuaq, from young inuit children to their elders, from the arctic hare to churchill’s polar bear, from bright blue skies to stormy ones, michelle valberg’s photographs from ‘arctic kaleidoscope’, taken over five year and 27 trips, are a true testimony of the diversity, the richness and the beauties of the north’s people, wildlife and landscapes.”