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  • M7SHOE commented on Littleladoo's instructable No-sew Owl Costume
    No-sew Owl Costume

    i LOVE YOUR LITTLE OWL. I wish you had included a pdf of your mask template, I can't draw a straight line.

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  • Make a Plaid Cutting Board

    I've never done wood work but your tutorial was excellent! Like JudyP93 said it does remind me of some quilting technique. This must be a labor of love for you, so many detailed cuts. Keep up the good work.

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  • Awesome Edible Sugar Glass

    About 15 years ago my daughter made sugar glass as a science fair project. We both had a lot of fun with the process. But the best part was her in-class presentation. We had poured the sugar glass into a 10" round cake pan. When cooled she carefully wrapped the "glass" disk in clear plastic wrap to keep it from getting sticky in the Memphis humidity. As she began her presentation she was careful not to disclose that the "Glass" was wrapped in plastic wrap. At the end of her class presentation, she asked the class if they wanted to taste the sugar glass. With a room full of curious 13-year-olds the response was an enthusiastic yes. At that point, my daughter faked a stumble, the "Glass" fell from her hands and dropped onto the floor. Her fellow studen…

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    About 15 years ago my daughter made sugar glass as a science fair project. We both had a lot of fun with the process. But the best part was her in-class presentation. We had poured the sugar glass into a 10" round cake pan. When cooled she carefully wrapped the "glass" disk in clear plastic wrap to keep it from getting sticky in the Memphis humidity. As she began her presentation she was careful not to disclose that the "Glass" was wrapped in plastic wrap. At the end of her class presentation, she asked the class if they wanted to taste the sugar glass. With a room full of curious 13-year-olds the response was an enthusiastic yes. At that point, my daughter faked a stumble, the "Glass" fell from her hands and dropped onto the floor. Her fellow studendents looked on in shock and disappointment. The "Glass" had broken into a hundred small pieces right before their eyes. But since it had been secretly wrapped in plastic the sweet treat was still safe to consume. She picked up the disk and unwrapped it and shared the glass candy with class. I think her pratfall was the talk of the 7th grade for the rest of the year. She got an "A" for the project and the presentation. Thanks for sharing your Instructable video!

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