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Recycled Glass Night Light Turtle

Recycled Glass Night Light Turtle

Illuminate your decor with Green Style. Add an artistic splash of light and color to any hallway or room with this eco friendly design.To create these night lights, married artists fuse together broken pieces from used liquor, Perrier, and wine bottles. The Grays, who have been operating a design studio in Cape Coral, Fla. for 20 years, decided to refocus their business on crafting gifts and jewelry out of reclaimed materials after realizing how much environmental damage was being caused.

  • niceEshop(TM) White Wax Rhinestone Picker Pencil/Pen Tool For Nail Art Crafting on Ownza

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  • More than 30 hours of love went into crafting this spectacular disappearing nine patch quilt. Wouldn't this Cape Ann quilt look great on a twin-sized bed?

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    Etsy has everything, from modern to vintage in art, jewelry, clothing etc. I can spend hours browsing the links and shops of individual designers and entrepreneurs. I receive inspiration each time I visit.

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  • This beautiful simple menorah was probably the inspiration behind Crate & Barrel's contemporary menorah. But clearly, the proportions and crafting of Bruce MacDonald's "MN3" are worth paying the more expensive price-if you can af... This beautiful simple menorah was probably the inspiration behind Crate & Barrel's contemporary menorah. But clearly, the proportions and crafting of Bruce MacDonald's "MN3" are worth paying the more expensive price-if you can afford to!

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  • Print Gocco is a Japanese color screenprinting system developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama. Resembling a toy, the compact and completely self-contained printer is clean, quick and easy to use. Seriously, children can use this as w... Print Gocco is a Japanese color screenprinting system developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama. Resembling a toy, the compact and completely self-contained printer is clean, quick and easy to use. Seriously, children can use this as well as adults -- just search on Etsy for the possibilities! Design your own paper and small fabric goods!

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  • Crafting is spreading all across the states -- it's infectious and inspiring. "The 65-minute movie documents a movement of artists, crafters and designers that recognize a marriage between historical techniques, punk and DIY (... Crafting is spreading all across the states -- it's infectious and inspiring. "The 65-minute movie documents a movement of artists, crafters and designers that recognize a marriage between historical techniques, punk and DIY (do it yourself) ethos while being influenced by traditional handiwork, modern aesthetics, politics, feminism and art.It includes interviews with more than 50 artists in 15 cities who explain how the new wave of craft, "forges a new economy, lifestyle and burgeoning art community that is based on creativity, determination and networking," says Faythe Levine, author

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  • Lian Li have always put a lot of effort into it's products, using the latest manufacturing techniques. In some processes, Lian Li is still assertively using hand crafting in certain steps of its production. Because some unique tec... Lian Li have always put a lot of effort into it's products, using the latest manufacturing techniques. In some processes, Lian Li is still assertively using hand crafting in certain steps of its production. Because some unique techniques can't be replaced by machines, it shows how much effort Lian Li has put into it's products. The PC-B70 is the case which functionality and style converge, features the upright removable E-ATX motherboard tray, anti-vibration HDD racks, two14cm blue LED silent intake fans with filter in the front, other two12cm silent intake fans in the back, top mounted multi-media I/O ports, and the graphics card holder, and lots more ? because when it comes to your comfort, every detail counts User Interface is very important key in Lian Li chassis. The external fixture, user interface, and the internal structure all has been test to meet Lian Li?s high quality standard. 2009 Lian Li launched the new PC-B70, with all aluminum alloy chassis, round edge design with stylish look. PC-B70 has hair-line brush anodized aluminum finishing with diamond cut detail.

  • HUNTER HAT from Knittles: Knittles Hunter style hat is very versatile and can be worn by either sex. The pattern is intermediate level but can also be made by a beginner crocheter, with a little extra time spent on finishing touc... HUNTER HAT from Knittles: Knittles Hunter style hat is very versatile and can be worn by either sex. The pattern is intermediate level but can also be made by a beginner crocheter, with a little extra time spent on finishing touches. The hat can be tried on as it is made to ensure a perfect fit. Happy Crafting!

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  • Knittles Meow Earflap style hat is very playful and fun. The pattern is intermediate level but can also be made by a beginner knitter. Happy Crafting!

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  • Love these strings on wooden spools. They are 100% biodegradable. Would love to get a present wrapped in brown kraft paper with a string like this around it.

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  • I bought this fabulous book ... No I don't sew, crochet, cross stitch or embroider ... but I think I'm going to. Saw this, thumbed through it ... and I had to have it. The Kitchen Linens Book: Using, Sharing, and Cherishing the ... I bought this fabulous book ... No I don't sew, crochet, cross stitch or embroider ... but I think I'm going to. Saw this, thumbed through it ... and I had to have it. The Kitchen Linens Book: Using, Sharing, and Cherishing the Fabrics of Our Daily Lives by EllynAnne Geisel. This is a book after my own heart. What could be better than great vintage table linens? For me, the answer is not much! These are truly adorable patterns that remind my of the pillowcases and hand towels in my closet that my grandmother made me. Not only does this book stir up memories, but it makes you want to create memories too!

  • Fun Eco-Friendly toy for your child. This is the perfect toy for the little nature lover in your family. This Waldorf Inspired stacking toy will bring endless fun for your child. The Stacker has three individual pieces. The two... Fun Eco-Friendly toy for your child. This is the perfect toy for the little nature lover in your family. This Waldorf Inspired stacking toy will bring endless fun for your child. The Stacker has three individual pieces. The two bottom pieces represent the layers of the earth that "Squirmy" sits upon. This toy can be used as a stacker toy but "Squirmy" will become your child's favorite worm to play with. It is also a great educational tool for younger children to learn about the layers of the earth and worms in a fun and friendly way. Squirmy measures: 11" long by 5 1/4" High He has been sanded smooth and has been dyed using natural vegetable dyes and is finished with our homemade beeswax finish. All Things Simple is a little shop in northern Vermont.We specialize in all handmade items made from 100% natural materials,paints or fibers. Our passion for crafting is inspired by our children and our Waldorf lifestyle. We are a homeschooling family of Five. We believe in living a simple and natural lifestyle and strive to create a gentle and embracing environment for our children. We feel that natural toys awaken the child's creativeness and awaken their spirits! We hope that you enjoy our shop and will come back often. *We do wholesale/bulk orders please convo me for details! ~*~ Become a Fan on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AllThingSimple

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  • Okay, at first I thought these were a little creepy, but I'm learning to see the crafting possibilities here! They come in all different sizes, so they actually look really neat if you get a bunch of them and make a mobile for th... Okay, at first I thought these were a little creepy, but I'm learning to see the crafting possibilities here! They come in all different sizes, so they actually look really neat if you get a bunch of them and make a mobile for the ceiling. It's a unique little addition to your nautical themed room.

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  • Rosemary Essential Oil-1/2 oz. Ingredients: Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) oil Directions: Dilute properly Suggested Uses: Nurturing hair oil: 5 drops rosemary, 2 drops lavender, 1 tbsp jojoba oil. Enhance m... Rosemary Essential Oil-1/2 oz. Ingredients: Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) oil Directions: Dilute properly Suggested Uses: Nurturing hair oil: 5 drops rosemary, 2 drops lavender, 1 tbsp jojoba oil. Enhance memory: Waft open bottle under nose. Safety Notes: Caution, if pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use. Dilute properly, may irritate skin, not for internal use keep out of reach of children. Product Notes: Type: Tunisian/Moroccan Color: Clear, colorless to pale yellow Viscosity: Mobile Top Note: Fresh, short-lived Middle Note: Woody-herbaceous, minty-forest-like, balsamic camphoraceous Dry Note: Less tenacious, camphoraceous Aromatherapy Actions: Clarifying, invigorating, warming Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Avoid during pregnancy, if epileptic or with high blood pressure. Sourcing Notes: Aura Cacia rosemary oil is distilled from rosemary that is wild-crafted in the mountains of Morocco. The wild-crafting of rosemary is heavily regulated by the Moroccan government. Men are responsible for hand-harvesting the rosemary between March and July. The men live on the mountainside during the harvest season and utilize donkeys to assist in hauling the harvested rosemary to collection sites each day where it is weighed to determine their compensation. Once a week, a truck makes the 2 Processing Notes: Essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the fresh flowering tops.

  • Having quality bleachers, picnic table, picnic tables is essential to creating a top notch athletic field, and ensuring more people attend your games (with their pockets full of entrance fee and snack money!). The decision of whic... Having quality bleachers, picnic table, picnic tables is essential to creating a top notch athletic field, and ensuring more people attend your games (with their pockets full of entrance fee and snack money!). The decision of which bleachers to get seems daunting, but it doesn’t need to be. http://concretebenches.wordpress.com/

  • The massive success of Jimmy Eat World's 2001 Bleed American propelled the band into the mass-culture spotlight, with the hit single "The Middle" seemingly popping up in every third movie released and the group turning in an energ... The massive success of Jimmy Eat World's 2001 Bleed American propelled the band into the mass-culture spotlight, with the hit single "The Middle" seemingly popping up in every third movie released and the group turning in an energized performance on Saturday Night Live. Many, many groups followed in their wake, crafting a similar blend of melodic, anguished punk-pop and leaving Jimmy Eat World in the position of crafting a follow-up that set them apart from their acolytes. Futures gets around this dilemma in two ways. First, with the help of producer Gil Norton, the band polishes its sound until it shines like a slick '70s arena rock record. The guitars are stacked like thick diamonds, the vocals are way out front and buttressed by sweet harmonies in the choruses, the drums sound large, and the mix is loaded with sweetening from acoustic guitars, keyboards, and female vocals. In the process, they sacrificed the immediacy of the previous record, but they gained an epic and weighty feel. Secondly, the lyrics are much darker and more mature, including themes that revolve around politics, drugs, and despair. The piano-and-feedback ballad "Drugs or Me" and the bittersweet love song "Night Drive" are the products of age and experience the band lacked until now. The best song on the record, the very Disintegration-era Cure-sounding "23," sounds like it was recorded by a different group entirely. Some things have remained the same, however. Jim Adkins' vocals are as intense and heart-tugging as ever, and the band still writes hooks that will have you singing along before the song is half over. "Just Tonight," "Futures," and the AC/DC-sampling "Pain" are all trademark Jimmy Eat World punky pop/rockers with anthemic choruses, while "The World You Love" and "Work" display the sweetly melodic side of the band. There are a couple of stumbles (the decision to replace Petra Haden's charming vocals with Liz Phair's, the generic "Nothingwrong"), but they don't detract from the overall power of the record. Futures will most likely not be the sensation that Bleed American was -- it is too dark and inwardly focused for that -- but it shows a progression of sound and emotion that fans of the band should embrace. [The U.K. release came with a second disc made up of demos of all the songs on Futures, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • The massive success of Jimmy Eat World's 2001 Bleed American propelled the band into the mass-culture spotlight, with the hit single "The Middle" seemingly popping up in every third movie released and the group turning in an energ... The massive success of Jimmy Eat World's 2001 Bleed American propelled the band into the mass-culture spotlight, with the hit single "The Middle" seemingly popping up in every third movie released and the group turning in an energized performance on Saturday Night Live. Many, many groups followed in their wake, crafting a similar blend of melodic, anguished punk-pop and leaving Jimmy Eat World in the position of crafting a follow-up that set them apart from their acolytes. Futures gets around this dilemma in two ways. First, with the help of producer Gil Norton, the band polishes its sound until it shines like a slick '70s arena rock record. The guitars are stacked like thick diamonds, the vocals are way out front and buttressed by sweet harmonies in the choruses, the drums sound large, and the mix is loaded with sweetening from acoustic guitars, keyboards, and female vocals. In the process, they sacrificed the immediacy of the previous record, but they gained an epic and weighty feel. Secondly, the lyrics are much darker and more mature, including themes that revolve around politics, drugs, and despair. The piano-and-feedback ballad "Drugs or Me" and the bittersweet love song "Night Drive" are the products of age and experience the band lacked until now. The best song on the record, the very Disintegration-era Cure-sounding "23," sounds like it was recorded by a different group entirely. Some things have remained the same, however. Jim Adkins' vocals are as intense and heart-tugging as ever, and the band still writes hooks that will have you singing along before the song is half over. "Just Tonight," "Futures," and the AC/DC-sampling "Pain" are all trademark Jimmy Eat World punky pop/rockers with anthemic choruses, while "The World You Love" and "Work" display the sweetly melodic side of the band. There are a couple of stumbles (the decision to replace Petra Haden's charming vocals with Liz Phair's, the generic "Nothingwrong"), but they don't detract from the overall power of the record. Futures will most likely not be the sensation that Bleed American was -- it is too dark and inwardly focused for that -- but it shows a progression of sound and emotion that fans of the band should embrace. [Limited quantities of the record came with a second disc made up of demos of all the songs on the album. Less polished and more immediate, the disc makes an interesting companion to the official release and is well worth seeking out.] ~ Tim Sendra, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Great for waitressing, gardening, cooking, crafting, presenting at a trade show or fair... you name it!

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  • Selecting the best craft storage system along with considering room decoration is tricky. The storage system you choose should be able to accommodate the crafting items effectively along with adding beauty to your room. Most of th... Selecting the best craft storage system along with considering room decoration is tricky. The storage system you choose should be able to accommodate the crafting items effectively along with adding beauty to your room. Most of the storage systems that are available today lack either the beauty or usefulness. There are only a few craft storage systems that satisfy both the needs of storage and room decoration. Hence you should opt to buy the storage system for your craft works based on some key factors. Just keep reading on the article to know the 3 most wanted tips for selecting the best storage system. 1. Storage furniture not just for storage alone Crafters around the planet seem not to give much importance to the looks of the storage furniture that they choose. The fact is that, like any other kind of furniture, these storage systems could be used for room decoration. Any experienced interior designer will insist on buying good looking storage furniture as a part of cost-effective interior design. Selecting craft storage furniture based the interior design parameters needs several factors to be considered. First of all the color of the craft storage that you choose should blend with the color of the room. As the craft storage systems that are available today come in all colors, selecting the one that suits your room color won’t be a big deal at all. 2. Choosing the material You will be well aware that the craft storage systems are made of different materials. There are Scrapbooking Storage systems made of wood, plastic and even cloths. Craft storage systems made of wood will be the best options when it comes to adding some beautiful furniture to your room along with a great storage solution. People have a misconception that the wooden craft storage systems will get damaged easily and are difficult to move them around. With the advancements of craft storage technology, there are some light weight, ultra portable storage furniture which can last in all its glory for a lifetime. 3. The size factor Room space is a main consideration of any interior designer. While most of the interior designers will be comfortable in decorating rooms with huge spaces, it will be a complicated task to decorate a room with very limited space. Choosing the craft storage system to be placed in a small room will really be a challenge. The craft storage system should accommodate all the crafting items along with using minimal floor space. Thankfully there are some smaller craft storage systems with drawers, nooks and spaces for all of your stuff. To the added advantage, these craft storage systems are fitted with wheels so that they can be moved around with ease without any assistance. Craft storage is indispensable for scrapbooking and stamping. These unique craft storage systems are also like high end furniture that adds beauty to your room. Source : http://www.theoriginalscrapbox.com/

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  • The Famous Cigars of Cuba Series. After years of crafting and aging BECK cigars, they are finally available for your smoking pleasure. These fine Sombrero cigars are for smokers who enjoy an opulent and complex creamy taste that i... The Famous Cigars of Cuba Series. After years of crafting and aging BECK cigars, they are finally available for your smoking pleasure. These fine Sombrero cigars are for smokers who enjoy an opulent and complex creamy taste that is buttery with hints of nutmeg, mild spices and oak. BECK Gran Cameroon Primera Edicion SOMBRERO Campana cigars are skillfully hand made by master rollers with many years of experience. These exclusive cigars are handmade in small batches and in very limited quantities. The cigars are then extremely aged to perfection. Every medium bodied BECK cigar combines the finest Cameroon wrapper with exceptional quality Cuban Seed Habano tobacco from Tabacalera Esteli. The Long-Filler and Binder are virgin sun-grown Cuban-Seed Habano tobacco that was fermented 5 times before being hand rolled. The exquisite cigars are 5½” long and have a large ring gauge of 60. They are handmade the old fashioned Cuban way and are meticulously finished with a long curly head and a typical Cuban tail. It is Tabacalera Esteli’s preferred finish for their finest cigars, and the way that cigars are finished in the tobacco fields of Cuba by those who know tobacco best, the growers and master rollers. A unique and extraordinary smoking experience is guaranteed by Cuban Crafters Full Satisfaction Money-Back Guarantee. 25 Cigars are hand packed in a cedar box that is handcrafted with the fine cedar from the Mountains of Nicaragua

  • The steady, streamlined Easy Tiger was a sure sign that Ryan Adams was attempting to straighten up and play the game, but its quickly released EP follow-up, Follow the Lights, takes this self-conscious sobriety to a whole differen... The steady, streamlined Easy Tiger was a sure sign that Ryan Adams was attempting to straighten up and play the game, but its quickly released EP follow-up, Follow the Lights, takes this self-conscious sobriety to a whole different level, as it finds Adams writing two songs for the ABC drama October Road, then rearranging three of his own songs to fit the same hazy, mellow vibe of his new tunes, adding the previously unreleased "Blue Hotel" and a cover of Alice in Chains' "Down in a Hole" to the mix. This isn't so much a sell-out as yet another one of Adams' savvy genre exercises -- the only difference is, here he's gunning for the Grey's Anatomy adult-alternative crossover market instead of crafting a tribute to the Smiths or Grateful Dead. Adams pulls it off, possibly because the abbreviated length of the EP is just enough time for him to dwell in one place without being bored, but also because the lazy, low-key vibe emphasizes the empathy between him and his excellent backing band the Cardinals, who add warmth and a ragged humanity to Adams' tunes. Indeed, the dullest moment here is "If I Am a Stranger," where the Cardinals recede to the background, but the rest of the record places the band on equal footing with Adams, giving this a gently ramshackle appeal not all that dissimilar to either the Dead or the Band. The Cardinals help sell the new songs and a less insistent, strident take on "This Is It," but where they really shine is on that wonderful reinvention of "Down in a Hole," turning AIC's dirge into heart-on-the-sleeve country-rock that is arguably Adams' best single recording in recent memory. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • What a funny little print! She also has aprons & pillows with this print.

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  • I bought a bunch of these for my knitting group and have the dolphin one for my own. They are great for holding all the little knitting/crocheting accessories and tools that tend to get lost: stitch markers, cable needles, scisso... I bought a bunch of these for my knitting group and have the dolphin one for my own. They are great for holding all the little knitting/crocheting accessories and tools that tend to get lost: stitch markers, cable needles, scissors, tapestry needles, etc. They aren't squishy, but rather are pretty rigid. So they do take up space. I think they are adorable.

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  • really cute sticks in pastel and bright colors for all crafting creations!Love them! Anyone knows where to find them?

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  • Ready for some crafting fun? This nifty kit includes everything you need to get started, including pom poms, feathers, threads, and pipe cleaners. It also has great ideas for crafts that anyone can make w/ household items!

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  • I may have mentioned that I recently learned to knit. So I'm constantly on the lookout for new cool yarn to add to my stash, like this lovely hand-dyed skein. Mostly wool with some nylon, weight for sock-making. I just love the... I may have mentioned that I recently learned to knit. So I'm constantly on the lookout for new cool yarn to add to my stash, like this lovely hand-dyed skein. Mostly wool with some nylon, weight for sock-making. I just love the colors.