Autumn, what are you beautiful

Today really went out for a while since March nowhere has been to go yes okay close to home though.
I'm going to do this often take pictures of nature. What do I love it? Got the taste again.
Oranjewoud I had never been before was it there beautiful and it smells good.
What else had you done today?

#herfst #autumn #natuurfotografie #bos
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Pimp your own DIY clock
Are you a little up to the time? Or you always clock in too late? Sometimes you might hang something on the big clock, and another time you think like the clock ticks at home, it doesn't tick anywhere, Typical and familiar proverbs that probably tell you what it's about today... clocks! Clocks are nice to eg. hang in your room. But of course it can also be fun at school, in the daycare, the BSO etc.. This clock can pimp you. And you can do that in the way you like! We mochten de clocks uittesten van Header Toys . This is a toy wholesaler for education, catering and private individuals. That oppimping the clock I did with the materials I have in my house! Plastered with decopatch paper and paint, and decorated with blingbling. These are just a few more options. You can also edit it with markers and edit the clock with various patterns. But foam clay/ sticky clay is also a nice material to the edge of the clock eg. co-coat. You can also apply nice decorations with dot pens or 3D liner. And decorate with foam stickers or glitters.. it can all! You can also take a picture of yourself, your grandmother, your pet as background of the clock. Also very nice! In short, you live out and have fun with this clock. And if you still learn to watch clock then you have a nice motivation to. So also a nice gift for a child who is still busy practicing with this. Read how it was made? What do you need? - Wooden clock package - Pencil/ scissors - Black permanent marker (collall) - Paint (creall) - Decopatch paper/glue/brush (Trixx Creative) - Blingbling rhinestones/sequins - Pom Band (Trixx Creative) - Collall cuddle glue How to make it? 1. Choose a nice decopatch paper and draw its shape with a pencil and cut it out 2. Glue the front of the clock circle and glue the round paper shape on it. Press from the inside out and gently smooth 3. Paint the border in a nice matching color and let dry 4. Put the digits from 1 to 12 on the clock with a permanent marker 5. Stick with cuddle glue on the clock and press 6. Put the clockwork through the clock according to the instructions attached 7. Decorate the clock edge with blingbling/ sequins 8. Battery still put in your clock and you can hang it up and enjoy your clock! Clock and clock-look products - Make your own clock, wood - Beautiful quality clock with movement. This clock you can decorate yourself. It is easy to assemble, but first you can paint and decorate it on both sides. The dial and the edge of the clock are also separate from each other, which makes decorating even easier. Then you put it together. There's an eyelet to hang it on the wall. Contents: dial, border, movement, hands, mounting hardware, instructions. The clock runs on an AA battery (not included). The clock has a diameter of 15 cm. Buy the clock here Clock Reach (Hardcover) - Only during the weekend or during the holidays we can put it aside. But still it is noticed that a lot of children sometimes have some problems with reading clock. Then there is only one remedy: repetition, repetition, repetition. This game book helps to practice a lot in a fun way and master the clock reading completely. The exercises are full of variety and are arranged from simple to difficult. With some exercises, it is useful that the parent or supervisor helps for a while. We start with very simple exercises and end with exercises where even ten-year-olds have to think very deeply. Make it a game moment with your child (ren), they are in no time with their time! In this package are: A book with different games, 20 practice plates, 60 game cards in three boxes, a real practice clock reading more Buy the book here Loco maxi I learn to tell time (Paperback) - With this varied Loco booklet, children practice the basic concepts of time. They learn to recognize times in a playful way, both analog and digital. In addition, there are puzzles in which day & night and seasons occur, and concepts around time are learned. Learning to tell the clock with Loco has never been more fun. This exercise book can be used with the Loco maxi base box. Learning objectives: - Learning clock analog and digital - Practice with the basic concepts of time - Puzzling Who didn't grow up with the learning games of Loco? Loco has been around since 1968 and is the most widely used learning game in primary school. Even at home, the game is still very popular. Buy it here #klok #clock #clockwing #diy #diyklok #creatively #tinkering #decopatchen #tinting #blingbling #sphericaltape #headtoys #creametkids
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Respectfully dealing with nature
#ruleoflife   As I walk through the spring forest I notice how much oxygen I breathe. It feels so great. Relaxation by effort increases during the walk. Spring flowers are beautiful and the whistling birds put a smile on my face. My hobby photography gives moments of rest during the long walk. They let nature come even closer. The movement in the oxygen-rich forest makes me energetic and gives me a balanced feeling in my mind. All negative thoughts disappear like clouds before the sun. With a fresh complexion I come home. I can take the whole world again! Let us keep nature livable so that we can always enjoy it together. This is also my reason to be economical, protective and respectful with nature. - In addition to forests, dunes on the coast and rolling hills, the farmland is also nature! About three quarters of our landscape consists of agricultural land. Important habitat for insects, (robbery) birds, roe deer and foxes. Healthy farmland so that there is more room for field flowers, bees, insects, meadow birds and other nature. That's how I started to always carry a bag on the go. Here I put my trash in if there is no trash can nearby.  What else do I do: - Organic food: If you take good care of nature, nature takes good care of you. What's good for your body is good for nature. Better for health but also for nature. Growing your crops organically is good for the earth and the air we breathe and the water we drink. So useful also close to your seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruit picking. Very nice to do. I also make organic juices from apples, pears, elderberries and cherries. Eggs from own chickens. (ice) tea making yourself from mint, lemon balm, lime blossom. Buying locally Unfortunately, the vegetable garden is not large enough to eat plenty of vegetables from the vegetable garden every season. To avoid the need for export, I buy from local farmers or on the market. Less transport, less exhaust gases. Fresh fruit and vegetables. You don't have that when you deliver to and from the store. Prevent food waste I put the peels left during cooking in the compost box. Once composted, this' waste 'bursts with nutrients that nature feasts. Do it through the earth in vegetable garden. An energy boost for the ground. Flowers and plants The butterfly bush, lilacs, blue grapes attract insects. I leave the grass longer so that the field flowers have the chance to bloom. Oa. now the dandelions and rag mart are in bloom. Let it stand! - The insects that ensure the spread of pollen. They provide diversity of nature. The insects attract other animals. So remains in balance. Electric driving, generating electricity with solar panels. ASSISTANCE! Your help to balance nature is super important. Do you have any tips? -