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Summer Table Inspiration

I keep seeing Hendricks bottles used as table decorations @ruth000 - plus I will volunteer to help you drink plenty of gin so that you have enough to use, because I am selfless

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"Waterfall"by Amy ? Paper and acrylic on canvas. paper, paint, and glue exploration of texture, pattern and color. Evocative of natural forms and organic processes, is both, irregular and ordered. constructs pieces by layering, cutting, rolling, and combining paper. Sometimes adds metal and wood.

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Gallery: Front loader used to ice down drinks for wedding guests

Front loader used to ice down drinks for wedding guests

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Kimono using tsujigahana technique, by artist dyer Kubota Itchiku, Japan

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What is special about Itchiku Kubota's work? The colours are unbelieveable. He hand painted & dip-dyed over and over again to build up harmonies of incredible subtlety & richness. He revived an ancient shibori technique called tsujigahana and developed it using modern dyes and methods: nvolves brush painting the outline design onto the tacked together kimono and adding intricate sumi ink paintings, then stitching and binding miniscule portions of the silk, dyeing them by hand....

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from The WHOot

Pull Apart Cupcake Cakes Lots Of Cute Ideas

Make in mini Tec red cupcakes and put on top of green tinted Costco sheet cake. Use pretzel sticks for fence.

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In old Japan, hand loomed and hand dyed cloth was constantly re-purposed.  Indigo dyed cotton cloth was often hand woven in the home from yarns which were hand spun by the weaver. The time and labor which went into the creation of cloth gave it great value.  It was not a disposable commodity.

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久保田早紀 (Saki Kubota) / 異邦人 [USED 7 INCH]

FOUR 11.2x24 Kubota, Deere, IH R1 Tractor Tires on Used 4 Double Loop Wheels

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Kubota Gardens

Kubota Gardens - This semi-secret garden in south Seattle emulates a traditional Japanese garden using the plants of the Pacific Northwest