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Seafront, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK - 30 December 2016. Local artists John Bulley and Mark Sharp this morning completed an addition to the street art wall currently bordering a long-delayed building project along Southend's seafront. It is proving to be a great attraction amongst passers-by with drivers honking their horns in appreciation. The artwork has been painted to remember the actress Carrie Fisher who passed away on 27 December. Stock Photo

Top 28 Most Adorable DIY Wall Art Projects For Kids Room

These button elephants are so cute! This picture will take you to the blog post of a gray/turquoise elephant themed nursery

Our team of craftsman present our latest luxury tiny home creation. We’ve put our head, heart and hands into crafting this one-off home. It will be complete December 27, 2016. All staged items (couch, mattress, decor, etc.) are included with the home. Exterior features- 26’ x 8.5’ industry leading PAD Tiny House Trailer rated to 14,000…

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Mitch Miller

Piershill Dialectogram From June until December 2013 Mitch worked with staff and users of the NHS Lothian run Piershill Community Flat. The Flat is located in a former council owned property in the Piershill area of Edinburgh – a pre-war housing estate built around two public squares, Piershill East and Piershill West. It offers a range of services to local residents, from a credit union to craft classes. Similar to previous projects, Mitch, working in an ethnographic manner, visited the…

ED.gov Blog Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) http://www.ed.gov/blog/topic/esea-reauthorization/

St. Edward the Confessor, King Robert DeDene My 27th great grandfather Birth 1030 in Withyham, Sussex, England Death 1050 in Normandy, Kent, England Was his butler - Teresa C. Smith

make you own edible "googly" eyes to decorate cake balls, cookies or other treats. Simple and super cute