Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Cat Facts.

Fact 1: Killing a cat was punishable by death in Acient Egypt.

Fact 2: Cats can jump 5 & 7 times as high as their tail.

Fact 3: Cats are born with blue eyes. They change at Approximately 12 weeks of age.

Fact 4: The oldest cat lived to be 36 years old!

Fact 5: Cats take 20-40 breaths purr minute

Fact 6: The average cat can be expected to live to 15 to 16 years old.

Fact 7: The most fertile cat gave birth to 420 kittens.

Fact 8: Cats hearing is much more sensitive than that of humans and dogs.

Fact 9: A cats field of vision is 180 degrees.

And that was 9 fabulous cat facts!


Monday, October 26, 2015

Banana Facts!

Fact number 1: 3 medium sized bananas weigh approximately 1 pound.

Fact number 2: A cluster of bananas is called a hand and consist of 10-20 bananas.

Fact number 3: As bananas ripen, The starch in the fruit turns to sugar.

Fact number 4: Bananas are a good source of Vitamin C, Potassium and Dietary Fiber.

Fact number 5: Bananas are Americas Number 1 Fruit!

Fact 6: Bananas have no fat.

Fact 7: over 96% of America households buy bananas atleast once a month!

AND NOW FOR FACT NUMBER EIGHT: Bananas come from Banana trees!!!!!!!

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Facts About Apples

I will put a picture of apples im gonna make later.

 10 facts about apples.

Fact 1: More than 2,500 varieties of apples are grown in the United States, but only the crabapple is Native to North America.

Fact 2: Apples contain no Fat, Sodium, or cholesterol and are a good source of Fiber.

Fact 3: Apple trees take 4 to five years to  produce there first fruit.

Fact 4: Apples ripen 6 to 10 times faster at room temperature then if they are refrigerated.

Fact 5: Apples are sometimes as small as a cherry or as big as a Grapefruit.

Fact 6: Apples harvested from an average tree can fill 20 boxes that weigh 45 pounds each.

Fact 7: Apples are a member of the rose family.

Fact 8: The top apple producers around the world are China, United States, Turkey Poland and Italy

Fact 9: A pack of Apples weighs 10.5 pounds.

Fact 10: It takes 36 apples to make Apple Cider.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

How To Carve A Pumpkin

Step 1: Visit an area like the Super Market, or a Farm to find the perfect pumpkin. Make sure it has no Nicks, Bruises, or Cuts. Pick the perfect sized pumpkin for you're Design.

Step 2:"Choose a method for carving ur Pumpkin.

Step 3: Draft ur design on a pumpkin.

Step 4: Find a Appropriate Knife Like a Serrated Bread Knife, Or a purpose- made Serrated Knife from a Pumpkin-Carving Set.

Step 5: Set up a spacious work area, like on a desk or you're floor but of course lay down some Newspaper or somethings so you don't get Pumpkin Guts everywhere.

Step 6: Cut a lid Measure a circle with about 2-inch (5cm) Radius from the stem. You'll cut around this circle to make the lid.

Step 7: (the worst part) Remove the Pumpkin Guts! Using a  spoon or you're hands, I recommend a spoon, Remove the pumpkin Guts and put them on a plate (paper plate) or the newspaper.

Step 8: Decide if you need to level the bottom. If you're Pumpkin had a relatively flat bottom you can skip this step, If not flip ur pumpkin upside down and make a flat carve at the bottom.

Step 9: Carve ur face onto you're Pumpkin!

Step 10: Lighting ur pumpkin. Its simple take a few fake light up candles turn them on and put them into ur pumpkin!

Step 11: And finally place You're pumpkin or pumpkins in a safe display area!

                                                                            And that's how to carve a pumpkin! Bye!

Friday, October 16, 2015

DIY Littlest Pet Shop Accessories

The first item we will be making is the Bead Necklaces! The items you need are: Silver wire, Wire Cutters, Beads, And you're LPS (Littlest Pet Shop) 1st: make you're wire about 1 inch and a quarter you can always make it bigger if needed. 2nd: cut it and make a loop at one end so the beads don't fall off. 3rd: Add all the beads you want then make another loop at the other end when you're done put it on the LPS. Second LPS DIY is a Bunk Bed! The items you need are: Popsicle sticks, Glue, Knife, Cardboard, and Old Fabric. 1st: Take the sticks and glue then to a piece of cardboard (make the cardboard any size you want) Make another piece of cardboard and place it on top of the Popsicle Sticks. 2nd: Glue some old fabric to the beds to make a sheet or a blanket add some fabulous pillows and a ladder and BOOM you're done!! Byeeee!

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

History of Horses in America and the Piebald Horse

The oldest known horse existed 60-45 million years ago! It was called the Eohippus or Hyracotherium. It's the size of a dog almost. Ancient horses cross over Eurasia, likely by the Bering Land Bridge. Several Migrations back and forth.Though it is widely held over that our Wild Horses descend from stock brought over by Spanish explorers some Scientists trace there lineage back to ancient horses of North America.

C. 8000 B.C.E
The last ancient horses left in North America die out toward the end of the Pleistocene.
Horses now exist in. Asia, Europe, and Africa.

The horses return to North America with second voyage of Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus.
Over time Native American populations become skilled Horseman, while ranchers and farmers rely heavily on horse for hard task. The wild horse population begins to re-emerge as some of the horses get loose.

By 19th century, some accounts estimate the wild horse population in North America as Two Million or more.

About the horse called the Piebald or Pied that I will be drawing.
A Piebald/Pied Has a spotting pattern of large unpigmented usually white areas of hair. Scales or feathers and normally unpigmented under white patches generally black.

  I will put a picture of my drawing of a Piebald when im done painting and drawing it in! Bye :D