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This is the style of door and window casing I am recommending throughout the house. I love the flat moulding with the simple frame on the outer and inner edges. It will give the house instant character. WindsorONE beaded casing

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Here's the other side of our Button Geo Board I shared earlier today! (See previous post ) A Hand held Marble Maze made with wooden beads, a hot glue gun & the inner side of a cardboard box lid! Another ✅ off my to-do list! This was so easy to make & is great for working on Hand Eye Coordination & Control! You could cut holes at the top left & bottom right corners as a start & finish point (for the marble to fall through) + use straws &/or paddle pop sticks instead of beads. Have you e...

Four inner strands and the beads at the center of the outer strand are African amazonite stone beads from Mauritania.| ©Robert K. Liu

mathematicalcrochet: Stitch chart I made of all the inner senshi’s silhouettes for alltheaphheadcanons. Feel free to use! I’ll probably make a more smaller, more detailed version later, but for now you guys are stuck w this.

Evening dress, Catherine Donovan, N.Y., date uncertain. Mrs. Donovan was a leading dressmaker of the “400” (high society). Many of her creations are in museums; the Met in N.Y. alone has 4. Peach satin w/ivory lace re-embroidered in silk. Neckline & arms decorated w/cream glass/gold-painted cut steel beads.