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Artful Panoply: Big Clear Glass Beads...What to Do?

Awesome idea from Artful Panoply. Teapot and glass beads in the garden. I would use an old watering can instead of a teapot.

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Tea set bird feeders You will need: Old cups and saucers, matching or not A pencil Cloth-backed coarse grade sandpaper An all-purpose glue or hot glue gun Fishing line, or hanging hooks for bird feeders, available from specialty stores (Diy Garden Party)

JM Gershenson-Gates is a Chicago-based jeweler who creates unique accessories from discarded watch parts, in a bid “to show the beauty of the mechanical world, a place generally hidden from the public behind metal and glass.”

Mechanical Arthropods and Insects Made from Watch Parts and Light Bulbs by JM Gershenson-Gates, a Chicago based jeweler.

Drawing Pencil by Caro Hei

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Whether it’s a birthday, or just a reason to celebrate the beauty of winter, this Polar Bear Cake is a cute and fun way to liven up any party! Decorated with flaked coconut, this Polar Bear Cake makes a great winter treat served alongside a hot cup of cocoa. Use your favorite cake recipe to make this three-layer, or mix and match cake layers to reveal a colorful surprise once you cut into this treat! This cake is an easy project for beginning decorators.

The Polar Bear Cake is awesome and adorable. To make this use your favorite cake recipe to make this three-layer cake, or mix and match cake layers. Then shape it, add frosting, and add coconut flakes then you have an amazing, sweet polar bear treat.