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Clay Fish for a Middle School Foundations Art Class

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So, each year the students want to make these. Each year we try to create something using the same process. I get several students that want to add things like a fish hook for a finishing touch. Pretty cool, don't ya think? Scroll down to see how this batch turned out. Click link below to see previous posting on same lesson.Creative Clay Fish Clay Fish Just Fishin' (Clay Fish)

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Top 23 - Spatula Head | Spatulas

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  1. Ai-De-Chef Ai-De-Chef 17″ Barbecue Turning Spatula, Bottle Opener, Serrated Edge. Full Length: 17″ Long; Head: 3.5″ x 5, Neck: 1″ x 12″ (1-Pack, 17″ Spatula) Ai-De-Chef - Premium utensil grill spatula comes with a handle hole for hanging it up so you can keep your tools out where you need them when you need them This grilling accessory makes a perfect gift for men father husband brothers sons uncles grand fathers cousins and other family members Makes a great gift for birthdays anniversary valentines day fathers day or christmas Home or commercial professional use use for anywhere outdoors...

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Tronsmart Splash 1 Portable Wireless Speaker review – Ridiculously cheap good sound

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REVIEW – Have we finally reached the saturation point with portable Bluetooth speakers yet? It seems that new ones are popping up every week—and boy, are they now cheap! However, despite the number of Bluetooth speakers I’ve reviewed over the years, I’ve yet to grow tired of them. There’s just something about quickly grabbing a speaker to take to the kitchen, shower, or back yard and listen to a music playlist or a new audiobook I’m wrapped up in. They don’t even have to be the “best” sounding speaker out there as long as they fill that immediate need for...

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How To Make Pain Au Chocolat

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The pain au chocolat (roughly pronounced “pah oh shoh-koh-lah” for those who do not speak French) is a simple but delicious pastry sold in bakeries, cafés, and pastry shops all over the world. Depending on where you live, pain au chocolat may be referred to by a different name, but there is no denying that this buttery, chocolate-filled treat is extremely tasty! Let’s take a look at its surprisingly heated history, what this pastry is, and how to make pain au chocolat with a simple-to-follow recipe. How To Make Pain Au Chocolat What is Pain Au Chocolat? History of Pain...

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Episode #118: Halloween Special (Ghost Stories)

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It’s time for our favorite episode of the year—your listener submitted ghost stories! Plus, we have our own ghost story to share with you today (and you are never going to guess whose house is haunted). You can stream the episode here on the blog or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher. You can find the podcast posts archive here. A big thank you to our sponsors! Check out the offers from KiwiCo, Milkbar, Greenchef, and Bev. And if you’re looking for a specific code you heard on the podcast, you can see a full list on this page! Show notes:-Emma’s office skeleton...

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