DIY Tip of the Day: Grocery Bag Holder-Opener. Take note of the convenient little steel stands that home centers had at their checkout counters to hold plastic bags open while the clerks packed in the goods. You can easily build your own plywood version, complete with a storage box on the side for replacement bags. Build several—one for the garage, the kitchen, the RV, the shop and even the ice-fishing house!
I use cardstock covered in tape for a resist. I use a thin layer of cormo wool and angora goat curls for the fins.Rather like cobweb felt. I only put the fiber on one side of the fins. This creates a few openings in the body to get the resist out. I put the "fish" in a clear plastic bag and use an electric hand sander until the felt is sticking together and the resist is soggy. Then I pull the resist out and continue felting by hand. If the openings around the fins don't clo
Bumble Etc. Bumble Collection Floral Diaper Bag ACCEPTING OFFERS!!. No low ballers. No trades. Used lightly but excellent condition. No stains or flaws. Stylish and portable. Not too big or small. Can also be used a lunch bag. Various zippered compartments as shown in pics. Two side pockets. Two clear plastic zippered pouches which open up. (Zoom in pics to see). Zippered inner pocket and outside back pocket. Velcro strap. Retail $80 Bumble Collection Bags Baby Bags
Growing a Mango tree from its Original Seed, is a Breeze! Just cut open the white husk, and you will find a brown seed inside. Put it in the dirt, Curved Side, White Rounded side up, (1/2 way) where as the top shows above the soil. Water Gently. Cover w/ Clear Plastic Bag and tie it up tight. Place in Sunny Window and let the Germination Process Begin. in 2- 3 weeks or so, you will see a baby seedling emerging...and then you will have a pretty Mango House plant!