Get your mess on! paper, plate, and plane our.windowfarms.org/instructions_dev/ 1) Translated by: Windowfarms Core Team. Welcome to the Instructions for MAMA! The Windowfarms Version 3.0 Modular Airlift Multicolumn Array (MAMA). Please make sure you have registered on our.windowfarms.org, including having accepted the terms of service for participating in this open design community project. 2) Getting Started: Download and print the Windowfarms v3.0 parts list. 3) Section 1: Bottle Covering Each Windowfarm v3.0 column is made of 5 bottles: 4 plant bottles and 1 bottom reservoir bottle. 4) Part of each bottle must be covered to prevent the plants' roots from being exposed to light. 5) Fill an empty bottle with about 2"(5 cm) of water to weigh it down. 6) Using painter's masking tape, mask 4 of the bottles from the "waist" to the base. 7) Using 1" (2.5 cm) wide masking tape, mask the 5th bottle with one ribbon from the cap to the base. 8) Paint bottles with spray paint, providing even coverage.
that artist woman learning through play | living, learning, playing, wondering and pondering at Playcentre SAND AND WATER TABLES diy Alright, alright, alright. (Picture me saying that in my best Matthew McConaughey voice.) Are you ready to see this bathroom done or what? Yea, me too. Too bad it's STILL not finished. Last time we left off the guys had just put up the dry wall. Here's where the large pantry-style cabinet will go... And here it is after about 7 coats of high gloss white paint....or was it 8? I left the doors on to paint it and a highly technical tool to keep it propped open... There are endless uses for toilet paper. I totally forgot to take a before picture of the cabinet. My chunky supervisor The men folk, on the other hand, chow down on pizza that comes in a box too big to fit through more doorways... But back to the bathroom. I'll spare you the long and boring step by step tile laying process and get straight to the good stuff. Next it was time for paint. (sneak peek of the floor!) It looked like a nice neutral grey. Plus it matched perfectly with the mosaic tiles. Powdery, baby blue walls. First I cursed.
www.pickyourown.org/peachjam.htm How to Make Homemade Peach Jam or Nectarine Jam - Easily! Click here for a PDF print version Making and canning your own Peach jam or Nectarine jam is so easy. Here's how to do it, in 12 simple steps and completely illustrated. For more information about stone fruits, see Peach Picking Tips See this page for blueberry jam, this one for fig jam and for berry jams, see strawberry, blackberry, raspberry jam For easy applesauce or apple butter directions, click on these links. Ingredients Fruit: Peaches or Nectarines - 5 pints (which is: 10 cups, or 2.25 liters, about 3.5 lbs, almost 1.75 kg) fresh., whole peaches. Equipment 1 Canner (a huge pot to sanitize the jars after filling (about $30 to $35 at mall kitchen stores, sometimes at big box stores and grocery stores.). Optional stuff: Peach (and/or nectarine) Jam-making Directions This example shows you how to make jam from peaches (and other stone fruits)! Step 1 - Pick the Peaches! Step 2 - How much fruit? Step 3 - Wash the jars and lids er!