Hi, this is Joelle Meijer. I propose to create an abacus with cardboard and beads. Use 14-ply cardboard or recycle a cereal box or a shoe box. Print the pattern on thick paper. Cut around the outside line and remove the inside as well. Trace the outer and inner outlines of the abacus twice on
Do you know what really riles me? Television programmes that start like this. Hello and welcome to the programme from sunny Lancashire. Today we’re going to visit Stephen in his 8 by 6 workshop so come along Coming up. We look at home built dust extraction systems. Handy workshop cleaning tips. French cleats should we
so guys in marketing you have to test absolutely everything you do and you have to get as much result as possible for single campaign that you’re on so reasonable I just want to share a few things I’ve learned have tested the last couple of weeks on the door hangers I’ve never done them
– I’m proud to be from Dallas ’cause of the culture. Everyone there is awesome, everyone’s sweet, everyone’s down to earth. We’re awesome. – I’m proud to represent Asheville, North Carolina because it’s a small town. It’s a very artistic, very weird, very fun place to be. – Baton Rouge has a lotta good boiled
Hello, it’s Suzie! Camerman and I were reading the comments after we did the Grant candycane video and realized how many were interested in the nails that I was wearing. (music plays) So for another excuse to wear my ugly Christmas sweater, I’m going to show you how I came about those designs. Let’s get
>>commentator: So, today we are excited to welcome Jack Bowen to discuss his latest work, his third: “If You Can Read This: The Philosophy of Bumper Stickers.” By way of introduction, Jack graduated from Stanford University in 1995 with honors in human biology. While he was there he was also an All-American water polo player.