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2019-09-09 21:10:24 customized gift for Graduation

Johns Hopkins Medicine

We love?Johns Hopkins Hospital‘;s?inspired idea to commission artist Spencer Finch to transform a visitor’;s waiting room. Which he did by creating a feeling of being in a snow globe! And he used what seem like a simple approach, painting the “;frit pattern”; on windows that light would transform into a snow globe effect.

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We’;re thinking it could be done with paint, tape a la Tony Feheraccent pillow case baby burlap floor, or…;

…;We were reminded of the Colorforms we played with as kids, colorful geometric and abstract shapes that would stick to smooth surfaces. We looked up what they were made of:?sheet-thin, flexible die-cut vinyl pieces.

We’;re thinking shapes cut out or stamped out of paper thin sheets of vinyl might be just the perfect, impermanent material for making snow-globe windows.

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You can buy a a reissue of the Original Colorforms set here?(which could also look great on windows…;)

Lisa Bradley and Cameron Cruse were young military spouses when they met in Dahlonega, Georgia, just outside of Camp Merrill. An M.B.A. and a Master of Architecture, respectively, they hadn’t yet had time to develop careers, and found themselves frustrated by the lack of prospects. After many a discussion about the issue, Lisa recalls, “We thought, Let’s quit talking about it, and do something that’s mobile and flexible for military spouses.”

Searching for toys for 4 year old girls is no mean feat as it can be hard to work out just what they are capable of and what they will like. This list gives food for thought with a varied selection of toys that will stimulate, educate, and entertain.

Have you ever wished you could extend the life of a bouquet of flowers? Doing so is easier than you think. And no, we haven’t found some anti-aging miracle for plants, but we have discovered a lot of DIY projects using pressed flowers. By preserving and flattening these blooms, you are giving them a new lease on life. Once dried—and optionally, pressed—they can be used in many, sometimes unexpected, ways.