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These look great! Just wondered why you say you didn't want them to use a hammer? I wonder if that was just for this particular activity or whether it is policy, or health and safety issue that concerns you? Just to let you know the 3-5s I work with can use hammers, nails, saws, clamps, and even drills on their own (with appropriate supervision of course). I think it's really important to expose children to risk so that their understanding can really develop; we even have fire play days!
this is a fab tutorial, i'm gonna be making hundreds of these now for my countryside wedding. fab idea. thanks.
thank you for the diagrams, how awesome, you're a star! what a fab idea as well, will def be trying this now. :D
this is gorgeous but i don't quite understand the tutorial, can't quite get my head around it...maybe you could add some diagrams/drawings of a t-shirt and where to cut/rip etc...maybe it's just me. thanks either way!
what type of biscuits?
i've had this happen to me before it's normal one of two things - either too much sugar (caramalises when heated and creates this bubbly effect making them really crunchy, bit like brandy snaps) or not using real butter, sometimes spreads do not work properly in recipes. it is very annoying when this happens, can totally sympathise.
definitely saleable and definitely monet, also awesome and totally cute, go for it.
this top is awesome, but I totally need a how-to if at all possible. it's gorgeous.
how beautiful for what looks like something so simple to create. nice to hear where the inspiration came from too.
this is amazing. i'm totally making these for xmas presents for every member of my family. i had better get started. hope you don't mind? and thanks so much for the inspiration and a very helpful how-to
yeah they are also called rayographs because Man Ray used them a lot, you're right Roma. Glad I got the chemicals in the right order, i was highly confused. Though we always do 3mins, 1 min, 2mins
i love rayographs, great tutorial. just a quick question, do you really do developer, fixer then stop bath? i was always taught developer, stop bath, then fixer! madness!
fab idea, will certainly be making one for my boyfriend
yeah these are lovely, a how to would be ace