I was reading The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock this week and I came across a few things that peaked my interest. I was reading about changing the physical

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So using the process above one can make their very own cotton candy machine. I then thought perhaps a dollar store handheld fan would be a perfect motor: Take off

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I need to get me some bottle pour spouts. To repurpose vintage bottles use bottle pour spouts. You can use them as water bottles or for any other liquid.

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Why do I sense that I may need to do this for a package design project in the near future? 😛 Gotta make sure to get paint thinner before I

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Easy Homemade clay, all you need is newspaper and wallpaper paste. This is the easiest and cheapest recipe for paper clay. Steps: 1. Get your newspaper2. Soak it in water.3.

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What does it take to transform a pile of old T-shirts into spectacular works of woven art? Just a spare hula hoop or embroidery hoop and the techniques we’ll show

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These are the tiles I decoupaged for my father for father’s day. We have just bought a cape house on Cape Cod. I started going there when I was six

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source: http://makethebestofthings.blogspot.com/2010/05/crackle-finish-with-elmers-glue.html I want to use the above finish. I’m thinking about making furniture out of paper pulp. I can’t help but imagine it would have an interesting effect since

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Source: http://laurathoughts81.blogspot.com/2011/03/make-up-magnet-board.html I found my weekend project!

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Source: Water Ballow Luminaries 11 FEBRUARY 2009 by heatherCandletech has instructions for the coolest candle-making project I have EVER seen! Using balloons filled with lukewarm water, you can make these

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