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  • How to Take Apart a Wasp Nest (and Laser Cut It)

    I like the way you think. That is very cool. I could see myself adding slivers to my art work.I had a large wasp nest somewhere. Not as large as yours and from an Australian wasp that builds its paper nest along and under branches. They seem to match the bark and just look like a fatter branch. When I find it I have a few ideas. I think it would look great imbedded in resin, but might be too frail for that? What do you think? Thank you for the inspirational instructional.

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  • Leigh-AnnH commented on blissful2015's instructable Dandeline Lanterns3 years ago
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    that looks beautiful thanks.

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    thanks for your i structible. Inspires me to have a go.

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  • Leigh-AnnH commented on DustandDoghair's instructable Courtesy: The Ultimate Life Hack3 years ago
    Courtesy: The Ultimate Life Hack

    I heartily agree with you paddlepedal. It might be a good idea to contemplate what good manners are actually for.... I believe good manners are to make people around you more comfortable. It is about being considerate of how my behaviour affects people around me. The rules of good manners also provide a framework for culturally acceptable behaviour making me more comfortable too. May I add to the list - it is important to wait your turn when being served. To treat your server with respect and aknowlege if someone was waiting before you when you get served. Queuing or waiting in turn is also a cultural thing. When traveling outside of Western countries , the rules are different and can be difficult to tollerate.

    thank you.

    Please may I add - it is important to wait your turn when being served. To treat your server with respect and acknowledge if someone was waiting before you when you get served. Queuing or waiting in turn is also a cultural thing. When traveling outside of Western countries , the rules are different and can be difficult to tolerate.

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