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London Style Inspiration - "Londoners have such crazy style and we follow so many of them for inspiration, so we’re hoping to spot a few of them around town. Susie Bubble has been one of our favorites to watch for years. We also LOVE British blogger group Confetti Crowd—they’re kind of like Instagram’s answer to the Spice Girls. Oh, and Cara Delevingne—who doesn’t want to spot (and become best friends with) her?!"Photo: @confetticrowd

London Style Inspiration - "Londoners have such crazy style and we follow so many of them for inspiration, so we’re hoping to spot a few of them around town. Susie Bubble has been one of our favorites to watch for years. We also LOVE British blogger group Confetti Crowd—they’re kind of like Instagram’s answer to the Spice Girls. Oh, and Cara Delevingne—who doesn’t want to spot (and become best friends with) her?!"Photo: @confetticrowd

This kitchen uses drawers instead of cabinets to store dishes. How useful and practical would this be for a family kitchen design.

15 Clever Things You Didn't Know You Really Needed in Your Kitchen

This kitchen uses drawers instead of cabinets to store dishes. How useful and practical would this be for a family kitchen design.

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Aquarium (13" high x 19" dia. when filled) is made of durable PVC and includes a UL-Listed pump and fountain spout for proper aeration.

Aquarium (13" high x 19" dia. when filled) is made of durable PVC and includes a UL-Listed pump and fountain spout for proper aeration.

American Landscape Notecards

American Landscape Notecards

This is a dry ice experiment for Halloween fun with bubbles. Mr Brunner shows us how to grow dry ice bubbles in buckets. This experiment is super easy and very interesting. You need soap, cloth strips and a big bowl. Oh and of course dry ice. This takes a couple of minutes to explode so be patient.

How to Make exploding dry ice bubbles

This is a dry ice experiment for Halloween fun with bubbles. Mr Brunner shows us how to grow dry ice bubbles in buckets. This experiment is super easy and very interesting. You need soap, cloth strips and a big bowl. Oh and of course dry ice. This takes a couple of minutes to explode so be patient.

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