Earth-friendly Creating With Papercrete
Do you sell these?
I like the way you explained everything. You have nice relaxed style, yet you are precise.
Can you use JB Weld to glue a stone onto a wood shoji door frame for using as a door handle/pull? or to glue a cabinet pull handle to a cabinet door? what materials can you glue together with this stuff?
Is it OK to vote for more than one contest entry? Does my vote even count? because it sounds like you have judges on board to do that.
nice! I like that you arranged the wood colors from light to dark-----a creative choice! kind of an ombre. ; )
Oh this looks soooo delicious. In order to stay slim, I stopped eating pizza more than a decade ago. Oh but i do miss it still. thank you for sharing this amazing recipe!
i love this very much.
How many calories are in these?
This material is very beautiful. I was not aware of it before. What could it be used for? sculpture? a very comprehensive instructable. thank you.
ok disregard above question. i googled it and the resulting sculptures are just gorgeous. so many possibilities!
All i can say is.........WOW!!!! this is the most awesome thing ever. great job!!!
This is visually very dramatic. all you need is a neon colored straw to complete the look! excellent.
oh you are funny. and you are right. hahaha .
ok i'm not a builder or engineer. Thus, i don't understand how this thing "hovers". Does it actually lift up above the ground? or are you riding on an inflatable in which plastic still touches the ground? what makes it move forward, or does it? the photo shows rails on the bottom, is this like a sled or something? sorry for the confusion. ; (
Lovely photo, good job on product display! delightful idea for gifts.
I think this is great idea. I wish there was an "after" photo of the light installed on a card so you can see what the finished card looks like. I was a little unclear about how it would appear.
very nice! merry xmas! thank you.!!!
absolutely marvelous! well designed, well written. top notch instructable.! eek and yum in equal amounts. perfect!
oh wow this is awesome.
This is an excellent instructable. I especially like the use of air-filled bags for packing material. I no longer have newspapers lying around for this purpose, but i have lots of sandwich bags!!
looks amazingly yum!!! i am forwarding this to my husband. : )
very awesome. Seer in this case is spelled sear. we are cooking, not fortelling the future. LOL
this is sensational!!! great design !
very interesting. good photos, too.
this is great . i want one!
this is great!
HI. What are these? what are they used for? apologies, i am 65. and what in the world is "minecraft"? thank you.
you are a genius. thank you.
this is amazing and clever and beautiful and i love the bunny, too.
mmmmm looks amazing!!!
I notice that the eggs in the first photo are from "easter egger" chickens. in other words, multi-colored eggs!!! How DO they do it??
this is hysterical! : )
very good. I am 64, have been very slim my whole life. I have been dieting since i was 16 years old. I follow your rules for sure. I always thought it odd that no one ever asked me how i do it. it's like they assume i am naturally slim and never had to work at it. The thing is, after you start eating lots of vegetables, they start tasting Really Good, and you can eat lots and lots of them, and you don't even want to go back to the other junky stuff, it doesn't taste good anymore. well, except french fries ; ) i eat those maybe once a year.
congratulations to you. i am 64 years old, i have always been thin--because i've been dieting since i was 16, and i love exercise. Whenever i started gaining weight, as you tend to do in your 40s and 50s i changed what i was eating. it is totally do-able, and like you say, you do it the way it works for you!
i love this so much. you did a great job, and you are very entertaining, and i look forward to future instructables by you.
well. if you just soft-boiled them instead of hard-boiling them, you Would have scrambled eggs. kind of. : )
it's "don't look a gift horse in the mouth", right? because now i'm confused.