studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!
studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading
If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).
Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:
The Cutting:
Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy
The Initial Wait:
After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger
The Maintenance
Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do
I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!

studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading

If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).

Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:

The Cutting:

  1. Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
  2. Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
  3. Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy

The Initial Wait:

  • After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
  • Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger

The Maintenance

  • Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
  • I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do

I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!

(via modernhepburn)

missing-the-90s:

Mila Kunis in a Lisa Frank commercial. (1993)
missing-the-90s:

Mila Kunis in a Lisa Frank commercial. (1993)

missing-the-90s:

Mila Kunis in a Lisa Frank commercial. (1993)

(via duckie22quack)

stephynow:

We forget how human we are. We lose sight of what we do and who we are. Sometimes we want love and connection so badly, we shout or stomp our feet. Begging to be heard or pronouncing that we are right. Choosing the path of love doesn’t boast or tantrum, it just is. Love, in it’s purity, doesn’t make it its business to be heard or seen, it just is. Shaking your fist or making it your purpose to be right is not walking the path of love. Love doesn’t complicate, it receives and gives at all times. Recognizing when to be quiet, when to walk away, when to hold on, and when to let go. Love is in all forms; may we remember to be human in all of it’s entirety walking in love. #lovealltheway

(via modernhepburn)

smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Colors of Cambodia

Photography by Romeo Starcevic (Vinkovci, Croatia); Cambodia

wannabeanimator:

Frederic Stewart
wannabeanimator:

Frederic Stewart
wannabeanimator:

Frederic Stewart
wannabeanimator:

Frederic Stewart
wannabeanimator:

Frederic Stewart
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.
the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 


How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t
second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar
third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall
fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out
fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them
sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife
seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.
eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches
ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.

the-copper-golem:

themasterslover:

poolfullofjello:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken:

i-cant-believe-its-not-chicken

Its decided my life goal is now to star in an infomercial 

How do white people survive?

the second one is she okay?is she like alive?did i just watch her die?

first one: are you tired of having to use towels even after you’re dry and in your underwear? then don’t

second: tired of your fucking kids leaving their construction equipment everywhere? eat a fruit bar

third: are your kids having sex? just bash a hole in your wall

fourth: spill your wine? a VHS tape will get that right out

fifth: tired of ironing your clothes after they’re clean? then throw the iron in with them

sixth: Are your sandwiches too big? just squeeze some of that shit out with a knife

seventh: house smell too good? just spray some diarrhea mist. sure to get rid of that good smell.

eight:  those meatballs rolling around too much? turn them into patties and fry those bitches

ninth: is your hard hat being a bitch? just shake that shit like a Polaroid, son.

(via duckie22quack)

starwars:

Throwback Thursday - VFX master Phil Tippett works with his AT-AT puppet.