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Came here from the post on The Beading Gem and by her suggestion I read through all of your instructable. Well done girl! It's a gorgeous bracelet!! Plus - your sharing of the Rio Grande polishing kit - that's on my to buy list now thanks to you!One question. For the closure - do you have any problems with the bracelet coming undone? What about a different type of closure so that the links look continual. Perhaps the last link on either side could be done so that one has two extensions formed into a curl and the other has two square holes cut so that the curls can hook into them? Then it'd be one continuous metal bracelet - no gap. Anyway - thanks for going to the effort of making up this great tutorial! I'm going to give it a try.
I agree with sizzle74. A great instructable and an excellent read. You are absolutely effin hilarious!! I'm waiting with bated breath for that coffee table book.
We travelled around that area and spent a night somewhere around there as I recall. Some campground where they had goats staked out keeping the grass cut. Loved it!!I would love to live in the Northlands or in Tauranga although Auckland is very nice. However I prefer not to live in a bit city if possible...Love your instructable and how the finished area looks.
You lucky dog you!! Eight years in paradise!! I'm looking at the pics of the soil and trying to figure your approximate area.....having spent a month on the North Island....we would kill to live there! Great (and very funny) instructable! Love it!!