Purochen

Purochen

I'm Prochaine aka Purochen, a graphic artist who usually draws cute and naughty stuff. I do NOT do free requests. http://prochaine.tumblr.com/
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20 Savvy Handmade Industrial Decor Ideas You Can DIY For Your Home

20 Savvy Handmade Industrial Decor Ideas You Can DIY For Your Home

Reclaimed Pallet Shelves.  Genius and beautiful!

Reclaimed Pallet Shelves. Genius and beautiful!

homemade bread

homemade bread

Vegan Potato Cakes stuffed with Mushrooms - Delicious way to use leftover mashed potatoes. Made Just Right. Plant Based. Earth Balance.

Vegan Potato Cakes stuffed with Mushrooms - Delicious way to use leftover mashed potatoes. Made Just Right. Plant Based. Earth Balance.

DIY Wood projects from Handmade Charlotte #plaidcrafts

DIY Wood projects from Handmade Charlotte #plaidcrafts

The beach is truly my *happy place* and I have spent many, many hours of my time prowling up and down the stretch of sand in search of the perfect seashells. There are few things that fill me with giddy happiness the way a beautiful shell plucked from the sand does. I recently went to St. Maarten, an island on the Caribbean, for a week, and at one gorgeous beach, I spent almost two hours in the shallows, hunting down the prettiest shells ever. Look at them. Who wouldn’t be that entranced?…

The beach is truly my *happy place* and I have spent many, many hours of my time prowling up and down the stretch of sand in search of the perfect seashells. There are few things that fill me with giddy happiness the way a beautiful shell plucked from the sand does. I recently went to St. Maarten, an island on the Caribbean, for a week, and at one gorgeous beach, I spent almost two hours in the shallows, hunting down the prettiest shells ever. Look at them. Who wouldn’t be that entranced?…

Ichimatsu

Ichimatsu

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Holy crap!! So that's how they get knots right up next to a bead...using a needle! So simple, but never thought of it before.

Holy crap!! So that's how they get knots right up next to a bead...using a needle! So simple, but never thought of it before.