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From mommy bloggers to tech vloggers, doing green screen can help give your videos a professional look, but doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. Here’s how to create your own DIY green screen setup for $50-75    http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/how-to-create-a-diy-green-screen-setup/

From mommy bloggers to tech vloggers, doing green screen can help give your videos a professional look, but doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. Here’s how to create your own DIY green screen setup for $50-75 http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/how-to-create-a-diy-green-screen-setup/

Norse Symbols - we have something really cool for Norse fans - http://teespring.com/go-to-valhalla

Norse Symbols - we have something really cool for Norse fans - http://teespring.com/go-to-valhalla

Know your Vegvisirs. I was drawing these, wondered why the different versions around the place. Nobody can figure out what Björks tattoo actually is, a Galdrabók one roughly done most likely #bjork #vegvisir #tattoo

Know your Vegvisirs. I was drawing these, wondered why the different versions around the place. Nobody can figure out what Björks tattoo actually is, a Galdrabók one roughly done most likely #bjork #vegvisir #tattoo

Aegishjalmur is an ancient protective talisman of the Norse ---but the true nature of its magic has many interpretations. In icelandic sagas it can be found to confer power and dominance in conflict. To instill fear in one's enemies and to conquer fear in one's own mind. And while its literal translation is "Terror Helm", it is believed that it was never actually a helm, but rather something worn impressed or imprinted upon the forehead.

Aegishjalmur is an ancient protective talisman of the Norse ---but the true nature of its magic has many interpretations. In icelandic sagas it can be found to confer power and dominance in conflict. To instill fear in one's enemies and to conquer fear in one's own mind. And while its literal translation is "Terror Helm", it is believed that it was never actually a helm, but rather something worn impressed or imprinted upon the forehead.