So there comes a time when you need to quickly whip up a logo or image. I also work in vectors because the allow flexibility and are just plain cool. There are many free sites out there however the regular ones I visit are:
Everyone should have their own personal letterhead. It boasts confidence and professionalism. It adds heaps to the quality of the document and creates an instant impression. Check out my years old version below.
You are an individual, you are unique, you are your own brand – Go out and sell yourself.
I know I Know – Word Clouds are so last year but I still enjoy designing using them. From a background or just for fun they so cool. I use http://www.tagxedo.com/app.html to generate mine. Check out my latest one below.
Happy Clouding Credits: http://www.tagxedo.com/app.html
So I had to quickly whip up a quick design for an Itinerary … I thought what better than using a notebook background. Found a nice collection here
I love playing with legos – you can never get old for lego building projects.
Check out https://www.buildwithchrome.com/ – it’s fun building online and totally free (Note: Requires Google Chrome Browser to run)
Happy Building …
Cutting drywall (also known as plasterboard or sheetrock) is a stepped process of cutting-breaking-cutting three layers of material (paper-gypsum-paper)
So the project was simple – we needed two more shelves in a cupboard – I was thinking about wood, cutting etc. however we then found a piece of gypsum board lying around – the below guide was easy to cut and install.
Measure the length and width of the area where the sheetrock will go.
Measure carefully and draw reference marks on the new sheet of sheetrock.
Use a straight edge (one that is at least as long as the cut) and place it on the sheetrock, lined up with your reference marks.
Using a sheetrock knife (or a utility knife), make the first cut. Try to cut through the paper layer, but don’t go too deep into the sheetrock. Make sure to cut the full length.
It is unnecessary to cut deeper than just the paper- it will only dull the blade.You need only to cut through the paper and it will break very easily at the cut.
Turn the sheet over and bend the smaller part of the sheetrock up, to about a 90 degree angle. This will break the remaining sheetrock.
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