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I am thrilled to have Aly from Artisan des Arts return as a guest blogger this week! If you missed her previous post, you can find it here . Time: 30 minutes Materials: photo of yourself, shrinky dink paper, thin black sharpie, colored sharpies Instructions: 1. Take a photo of yourself or your keychain subject, as if you are hanging on.
<img src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/paper-brick-1.jpg?w=300&h=200" alt="paper-brick-1" width="300" height="200" class="alignright size-full wp-image-254636" /> At MAKE we have covered a type of paper brick before, but it was used simply as a fire starter. Professors Rahul Ralegaonkar and Sachin Mandavgane of the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology in India (VNIT) have come up with a process to make paper bricks designed for creation instead of destruction.
I’m so excited to share this list of 6 bloggers who are in the midst of their own Buy Nothing New challenges for 2013! I started my Buy Nothing New challenge in 2011 and finished up in April of 2012 but my personal evolution toward more simple living continues to be a work in progress (some days are WAY better than others…). I entered into the blogging world over a year and a half ago, and I have had the privilege to be a witness to a simple, stuff-less, wholesome movement that is happening. It seems each and every day more and more people are becoming interested in um… less! And, it’s exciting. I have been so inspired by reading posts by other bloggers and extra-ordinary people who are Buying Nothing New as a way to find more meaning in their own lives.
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Kuru-Kuru Nabe The self-stirring pot. Hideki Watanabe For some people, making soup is the height of tedium. Now, a Japanese dentist has created the easy chair of kitchen equipment: a specially sculpted pot that stirs itself. Hideki Watanabe came up with the Kuru-Kuru Nabe (Round and Round Pot) while experimenting with dental plaster at his office.
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