Calligraphy done with paper pulp make up these sculptures by Miriam Londoño “The structure of these books intend to trigger meanings in the mind: what makes a book? Is it the words or the pages, or both? Seen as a sieve of ideas, the books stop being page-by page compilations, to be transformed into fragile nets catching language’s essentials metaphors.”
Mrs. Mia Wallace! #PulpFiction -- Lance: Look, you brought her here, and that means that you're giving her the shot. The day that I bring an OD-ing bitch over to your house, then I'll give her the shot. Give her the shot.
Italy is one of the biggest consumers of pomodori. We always have multiple tomatoes in the fridge. One option is the "Ciliegini" type: they are small and grow in clusters; perfect in summer for salads and cold pasta. "San Marzano" tomatoes have an elongated shape and are perfect for salsa and intricate recipes. "Cuore di Bue" (meaning "Ox Heart" for their shape) have an aromatic pulp and are perfect for salads.
"How to Compost in Your Apartment by thejoyfulorganizer #Composting #Apartment #Green" this is intriguing, but I'm not sure i trust the claim that it won't attract pests. I've lived through two mouse infestations and have no desire to do so again.
How to make recycled paper for invitations. Add seeds and guests can plant the invitation and get flowers! Take ripped up magazines or any old paper and put in a blender. Fill the blender 2/3 full with warm water and turn on until paper is a pulp. Take an old frame and put screen on the back of it. Put pulp on screen and shake to make it lie flat and sqaure. Remove excess water.
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