Monday, April 27, 2020

Unky Deco Collection - Home Decor

Look at these beautiful pieces!!!! 
They are made in metal and painted by hands, to decor our homes. So colorful,  so unique!
 I want them all !!

Monday, February 17, 2020

DIY Temporary Coronavirus Mask at Home

Proper surgical masks can provide the best protection against the new coronavirus, the Covid-19.  Scientists in Hong Kong have released a video showing how people can make their own face masks with cheap household items, when you run out of face masks or can't find or afford them.  

Watch the video:

To make a mask, you will need: kitchen roll, strong tissue paper, elastic bands, a hole punch, paper tape, scissors, plastic-coated steel wire, a pair of glasses, plastic file folders and binder clips.

Scientific tests found these home-made masks can offer a certain extent of protection if one doesn’t have a mask at home.

They advise that to make the mask you must:    
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and clean your items
  • Put one piece of kitchen roll, with proper hygiene certification, on top of another
  • Place a piece of tissue paper, which will act as the bottom layer of the mask, on top of the two pieces of kitchen roll
  • Cut the stack of paper into two
  • Use the paper tape to seal off the two sides of the mask
  • Make two holes at each sealed side with the punch
  • Attach the metallic wire with paper tape to the top edge of the mask to make the nose bridge wire
  • Tie four rubber bands through the holes on the mask’s sides
To make an added protective shield to sit on top of the mask you must: 
  • Cut the file folder into two pieces
  • Attach one piece on the edge of the glasses with binder clips
  • The shield can be reused after disinfection for each usage 
Protect yourself and help to fight the Covid-19 - Coronavirus !!! 

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas!!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Hello my friends!!!

My son 
got shortlisted just recently with a photo/storytelling contest  in the Netherlands. He is among the 10 finalists from Holland. Now its a voting phase, to move on to the final stage. Help is deeply appreciated, simple stuff.

Over the link, find a few thumbnails below.

His will be the "Al-Maghrib, Morocco", with a cover photo of usually some Arab typography, or a motorcycle/tapestries.

Simply click "STEM NU" (vote, in dutch) , type name & email (no third parties will be sent), and "VERSTUREN" (send, in dutch).
This is his photo:
 Thank you so much!    :)

Friday, October 7, 2011

Alaa Wardi

What a talented and creative guy!! I love that!!!

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Happy Eid-Mubarak !