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Toms Outlet Assemble the Plastic Shopping

Assemble the Plastic Shopping Bag Saver

It’s time for some assembly. We’ll connect all parts using either 4d finish nails or with a pneumatic brad nailer as displayed on page 1 of the free

woodworking plans you downloaded in the first step.

Begin by placing the back of the unit on your shop table and place the two side pieces along side the back, aligning them with the bottom of the back piece. Tack the sides to the back using the nails or the brad nailer.

Second, attach the front of the unit to the two sides, but instead of matching the face with the sides, leave the front 1/4″ proud (so you’ll have a 1/4″ reveal). Align the top of the front piece with the two sides, matching the 15 degree bevel on top, and attach with finish nails or brads through the sides into the front board.

Third, connect the bottom to the four sides of the box, aligning the rear of the box and the back of the base. You should have an even 1/2″ reveal along the two sides and the front. Once the base is positioned properly, attach using finish Toms Outlet nails or brads through the bottom into the two sides and back.

Finally, attach the 2″ top piece to the top of Toms Outlet the unit. The square ba Toms Outlet ck edge of the top should be flush with the back edge of the back piece, and the 7 1/2″ bevel should be angled downward (wide edge on top). Align the piece so that the reveal on each side is even and the back is flush, then tack in place using finish nails or brads.

Do any final sanding you deem necessary and apply your Toms Outlet finish of choice. If you need to fill any holes created by the nails, be sure to fill and sand before beginning to paint or stain (followed by polyurethane to protect the stain). Finish the entire assembly and the unattached lid, which will be attached in the next step of these free woodworking plans.

Toms Outlet Assemble in the Merkabatron

Assemble in the Merkabatron

Its day 2 of 3 for principal photography. There is no 1st AD yelling no self indulgent Actor Diva asking for a warmer Parka and gluten free, Nut Free, Lactose Intolerant vegan (insert other typical cliche actor demands) chocolate bar, and no over caffeinated Hair Assistant Instrgraming her food. Only one thing is spilling out of the pylons that surround the set, Vibrations that spew from Video Village.

The story takes place in E Ville, the only surviving town on planet earth. The production has Toms Outlet chosen some lost forgotten chasm in time (Rural Langley) as our faux E Ville, as the perfect backdrop for our main location as the post apocalyptic town. (Our location is much to far for BC Transit to venture so I had to borrow a friends car. (My car is dead, plates expired)) Upon my arrival I was not greeted with the normal H Five, cappuccino or complimentary breakfast burrito, but a deluge of rain, creativity but most importantly a wave of titillating love smacked me in the face.

In between script tweaks, and pinking of their hair, Alison Araya and Justine Warrington were able to take 2 minutes from their seductive dialogue and lust inspiring wardrobe to catch up. Both Araya and Warranting penned a campy, erotic, science fiction comedy. Much like their film, the 2 (on film and in real life) came together from other worlds, Araya from Australia and Warrington from no one really knows

The words Purpose, Unification were loosely thrown around when the duo spoke of how they met, and how EarthLickers was consummated. The awaking of the Feminine centred living and of course every 25 year old UBC Astronomy Undergrad dream, Physics. are at the centre of EarthLickers.

When Warrington wasn adjusting her Orgasmo, Titillating Love costume, she found laughing with background performers, garbage grabbers, and that random guy with the Toms Outlet STOP sign 2.5 KM down the road. Her most serious note came when asked about the foundations of EarthLickers. not just a film, its a movement. This film is an invitation to raise the vibration and awareness of love healing. I nodded and smiled and sipped my, now cold, coffee. I am still wondering what is meant by that.

Of course what is on every young filmmakers mind is the question HOW? A Toms Outlet raya and Warrington chose the avenue of the Crazy 8 Film Society annual film competition to pitch their concept to a jury of industry professionals, both Vancouver and Los Angeles based. After months of looming deadlines, difficult hurdles and a plethora of script re writes they now have cameras rolling. This could only be done by says Araya. Armstrong and the entire Crazy 8 FIlm team put a fire in my pants. The entire process is an adrenaline punch to the heart. What can be done on their own, Araya and Warrington have accomplished 100 times what they could have imagined thanks to Crazy 8 am now sitting in the warmth and comfort of my East Van apartment as the team of EarthLickers comes into their 12th hour of filmmaking. I lasted 3.5 hours (one hour of that was eating lunch with the cast and crew.) The rain is still pouring, the temperature is dipping, and Warrington just sent me a photo of one lonely light in a forest surrounded by thousands of individual rain drops seeking their intended targets, the EarthLickers Cast and Crew. It is now I can understand Warrington last statement not just a film, its a movement. This film is an invita Toms Outlet tion to raise the vibration and awareness of love healing. The crew have a passion in this bellies that won let them get cold or hungry. The cast have a stick of TNT within them that won let them stop giving their Oscar Winning Performance. And the script of EarthLickers is still standing true to its intention, to create awareness that the need of un conditional love is more important than any worldly possession.

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Toms Outlet assemble Halloween party games

assemble Halloween party games

What you need: Lunch size paper bags, scissors, black twine, several small sticks/branches and a bag of your choice of candy.What you do: Push out the base of a paper bag, and fold in the left and right sides. Using scissors, begin cutting the bag into thin strips, s Toms Outlet topping short of the bag’s base. Now take a second brown bag and cut thin strips into the top Toms Outlet inch of the bag. Open both bags and place the second bag inside the shredded one, then fill the inner bag with your choice of candy. Place a branch an inch deep into the inner bag. Finish off the party favor by cinching the tops of both brown bags and tying it with black twine.What you need: Orange tissue paper, scissors, green floral tape and a bag of candy.What you do: Begin by cutting two 10 inch circles from orange tissue paper. Stack the circles and place candy in the center. Pull the paper up over the candy, gather and then twist, securing the paper with green floral tape (aka the stem).What you need: Black plastic cups, a bag of candy, craft glue, googly eyes, black or orange wooden beads and black and orange pipe cleaners.What you do: Make a small hole on each side of a cup. Glue as many googly eyes as you desire all over the cup. While the eyes dry, take a pipe cleaner of each color and twist them together. Then push two wooden beads through to the middle of the twisted pipe cleaners. Feed the pipe cleaners through each hole in the cup to form a handle, making sure to bend the ends up and twist the excess around the handle. Finish the bucket off by pushing one bead down each side to cover the ends and gluing them securely. Then fill the cup with candy. Cover each lollipop with a square of white cloth, and place a clear elastic band around the neck of each to secure the material. Using the black Sharpie, draw your best ghost face on the front side of each lollipop. Then, separate the lollipops into two groups of five. For the first group, use the blue Sharpie to print a letter on the back of each lollipop so that the group spells out “ghost.” Repeat with the other group of lollipops, this time using the red Sharpie. The objective will be to spell out “ghost” b Toms Outlet y finding the hidden ghosts labeled with the letters in their team’s color. First team to do so wins. After you’ve cut out as many as you think you’ll need, take each cutout and place a piece of adhesive on the back of each. Spin the guest around twice and instruct him or her to walk slowly toward the pumpkin and affix the cutouts. Then remov Toms Outlet e the blindfold to let the guest see his or her creation. Have each team pick one member to be the mummy. On the word “go,” have the teams begin wrapping their “mummy” with the paper. (Note: You can probably find shapes like this in a craft store if the idea of making them is too daunting. Just practice the game to make sure you can pick them up with a straw.) Before the game begins, place two bowls on a table low enough for your guest to reach. Have each team form a single file line 4 feet from the table. On “go,” one member from each team will run to the table and, using the straw as a vacuum, try to pick up a shape from his team’s pile and place it in the bowl. Once he has done so, he runs and tags the next team member in line to repeat the previous steps. The point of the game will be to find one of those objects and, in return, receive the good fortune that comes with it. The guests who find the objects are declared the winners.