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how i got my start, concrete masonry, outdoor living, To get away from everything I would get creative I started taking old 55 gallon drums and cutting them in half Take self taping screws and wrap with wire mesh

Self taping screws to connect bathroom frame to bus ceiling. -School bus tiny house conversation, Tristan Beache

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To get away from everything,I would get creative .I started taking old 55 gallon drums and cutting them in half.Take self taping screws and wrap with wire mesh


Teaching Self-Portraits: proportion vs. tracing face shapes. For grades 1-4 teach proportion. For grades 5-8 begin by having students trace a picture of themselves onto transparency using vis-a-vis marker. Students tape transparency into sketchbook for shape reference. For grades 9-12 teach both methods and introduce modeling/value

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Team GB's victorious hockey stars: 'Our mantra was simple: Create history and inspire the future'

Where I learned my skills... From Willesden to Wembley

Mean Girls is a 2004 American teen comedy film directed by Mark Waters. The screenplay was written by Tina Fey and is based in part on the non-fiction book Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman, which describes how female high school social cliques operate and the effect they can have on girls.


Planters made from pallets. can also do small boxes for succulents on tables


8.Brewhouse Displaying and hanging textile art


You Always Have Time For the Things you Put First .... This is what Resolutions are about for me PRIORITIZE


Sylvania Sylstick 0053272 battery powered linear black LED Light. Great for around closets, drawers, stairs, corridors and bathrooms. Ideal for use as a reading or torch light. Uniformed diffused LED Light. Easy to install with self-adhesive tape or screws (included). Colour temperature cool white 4000K. #sylvania #sylstick #reading #book #lighting #read #bulb #light