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[This is the absolute most amazing idea of the millennium. The mesh holds a bit of glaze and when you release after dipping, it runs to the spots that were dry and seals the surface. I've always HATED dipping tongs and the bite marks they leave behind.]

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pottery tools

Traditional Bamboo Pottery Tools

create even clay slabs

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Barb Rahn

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My favorite “non pottery” pottery tools

how to build a slab roller for clay - Google Search

My favorite "non pottery" pottery tools

An absolute goldmine of shared knowledge on pottery Shrinking, firing processes, repair and restoration, etc.

The Drying and Firing Process of Clay - Physically and Chemically

Nendo redesigned chopsticks, one of the oldest Japanese utensils , beautiful design ++

New chopsticks for Hashikura Matsukan and Nendo

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Steampunk Style Brass Cuff Bracelet - Periodic Table of Elements - Science Jewelry - Cool Gifts For Him or Her - Gifts Under 45

Periodic Table of Elements - Steampunk Style Brass Cuff Bracelet - Chemistry Jewelry on Etsy, $40.00

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Bulb Pin from Merchant & Mills: Merchant & Mills' Bulb Pins are perfectly simple and just as useful! Like safety pins but with a wide bowl at the bottom, use these pins to tidily hang tags at your flea market table or even as removable stitch markers for your knitting! Each pin is a little over 1 3/4 inches long. $10.00

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Placed around gardens, this pure copper wire mesh repels snails and slugs, because they don't like touching copper. It can also be cut to length to stuff in cracks, gaps or other small openings in buildings to block birds or rodents or other animals. This wire doubles as a unique accent for gift wrapping, or an eye-catching trimming for seasonal decorations. Rolls are 5" wide and available in 25' or 100' lengths. Made in Canada. A great non-toxic, multi-use pest-control product.

Copper Blocker

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at

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1887, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Chatelaine in the form of an octopus. These were worn on the belts of housekeepers in the 18th-19th Century and held useful household items such as keys, seals, scissors, a watch or magnifying glasses. Though many chatelaines were purely utilitarian, some were beautifully crafted pieces of jewelry.

19th C. Gorham Sterling silver Chatelaine : Lot 113

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“Cocina, comedor, despensa y planchador”, Premio del Público en Casa Decor

I love this idea for ironing!

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A transparent acrylic paperweight to hold down the pages of a book so you can eat + drink while reading.

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How to Sprialize Zucchini

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Turns any veggie into spaghetti: zucchini, squash, carrots etc. has good reviews on amazon. Neat little kitchen gadget and great for lo carb living.

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Cake tongs. Why am I just finding out about these??

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19th C. Gorham Sterling silver Chatelaine

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Harlequin Pantyhose

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crackled turquoise bowls

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Love Beyond Measure Necklace

Love Beyond Measure Necklace, #ModCloth

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Dripping blood cutting board

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Daily Afternoon Randomness (50 Photos)

Mario sculpey earrings

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Cheaper on Amazon, maybe for the wedding?

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Projector Tutorial - $40 machine at Hobby Lobby

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