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When Your Kitchen Breaks the Internet

Of all the photos featured in our recent home profile, this one has seemingly gone viral—it’s been pinned more than 5,000 times, and been Instagrammed and re-tweeted countless times. 104 more words

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Le rêve impossible

Oh it’s been too many years to mention now.  Hunting for that perfect piece of kitchen furniture to hold all the plates and other shish.  So “Le reve impossible”, inside four shelves with plates at the top and trugs on the lower shelves with tools, paint brushes, sellotape and scissors, together with all those tiny metal clips, nails and springs that come from who knows where.   327 more words

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Vintage Toys, Dolls and Bags

I went to a sale on Saturday where everything was set up on tables and organized by price. There were tables ranging from 50 cents to $10. 318 more words

A day at the Dead Sea

This weekend, we decided to go out in nature and spend the day soaking up the sun! We ended up just going for breakfast (more like brunch) at the Dead Sea. 874 more words

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Welcome Newbies and Oldies

After years on Blogger I finally made the switch!  I hope my old friends will follow the link and find me here.♥

This blog will continue to share about the use, reuse, recycle, re-purpose and up-cycle and… 154 more words

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Celluloid goodness.

What is celluloid?

In short Celluloid is a type of plastic, the first type of plastic created.

Registered “Celluloid” in the late 1800s, apparently it was first used to create dental plates…but it was pretty unsuccessful as the celluloid would hold odours and bacteria from the mouth. 297 more words

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