Andy Lifschutz's No Exact Angle ring is inspired by rock formations along the banks of the Washougal River in the United States, where the artist spends summer days ‘river ratting’ and admiring the angles created by natural rock formations. DESIGNER SAYS: Made one at a time in the artist's Brooklyn studio, each No Exact Angle ring is hand finished and the inside of the band is tapered for an extremely comfortable fit.
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, a triple twist perfect for these hot summer days. Super easy to do, three two stranded twists rubber banded together then Bobby pinned back. Hope you all enjoyed the holiday weekend as much as I did. ⛺️ Sidenote: I'll be catching up on all booking texts tonight, so if you texted for an appointment don't you worry. #...
Hanging flowers. A great fine motor skills and maths activity. Children cut along strips of card. Count out 4 strips fold in half and glue each into a circle. Make two cross and staple in center of each. A lovely display for Mother's Day . http://hang-mate.com/demo/