By Polish designer Pani Jurek. This test tube chandelier allows each person to use the vessels as they see fit. Here Jurek suggests using them as vases or inserting different colors of dye to create some kind of color wheel, but really the possibilties are endless. People collect all kinds of small, weird things and this could be a great way of displaying them. Lamps, Vintage Home, Lights Fixtures, Pani Jurek, Crystals Chandeliers, Diy Chand, Test Tube, Panijurek, Tube Chandeliers
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In competitive crafting, "Don't go into the Tiled Bright Light" was created by Sandy Hammerburger in the finals round in 1991. The white squares were made of sugar cookies, while the black "grout" was made of spun composte. Considering this the pinnacle of crafting excess, many gave up the sport.
Get a plywood cutout of an "A" and use this string idea to cover the wood with strings. Maybe tie little name tags to the strings and write little sayings on them to encourage the students to join or at least be inspired.