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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Re: Steampunk(...ish) Jewelry - image heavy on: November 04, 2011 10:46:40 AM
Marry me....... eh i mean... DROOL.... ehhhh .... Wow! they are amazing! I'm rocking these! I really really really love Victorian style, classy steampunk-ish stuff. Your jewelry makes me go: WAAAAAANT!!!

Oh, and you are georgeous! That second pic!  Shocked
2  EUROPE / NETHERLANDS / Re: Nederlandse swap? on: November 04, 2011 07:47:54 AM
Ja, dat klinkt leuk! Ik ben voor! Cheesy
3  EUROPE / NETHERLANDS / Re: Nederlandse swap? on: November 03, 2011 04:27:44 AM
Misschien een beetje een late reactie, maar ik ben ook wel geintereseerd in een Nederlandse swap! Scheelt een hoop verzendkosten!
4  EUROPE / NETHERLANDS / Re: baking soda in Nederlands on: November 03, 2011 04:23:34 AM
bakpoeder (baking powder) is actually not the same as baking soda Smiley
there is a small difference, bakpoeder contains baking soda and some other ingredient.

baking powder is a mixture of baking soda and creme of tartar/creme de tartre/tartaric acid (in dutch: wijnsteenzuur) It can replace yeast in the baking process. The combination of the base and the acid, when activated by water, produces carbon dioxide making the batter rise.
5  EUROPE / NETHERLANDS / Re: baking soda in Nederlands on: November 03, 2011 04:06:56 AM
I lived in Almere 11 years ago, and since the whole freaking city changes on a yearly basis, im not sure  if they are still there, but you should look in these little asian shops, called Toko. There's one in Noordeinde, and a even bigger one in de Schrijverstraat (Almere Centrum, near the trainstation) you should be able to find Arms & Hammers there.

I don't know if a other brand is any good as a deodorizer, I always use the good ol' Arms & Hammers.... for everything! (bleaching, degreasing, deodorizing the kitty litter, the fridge and i always trow a bit on the bottom of the garbagecan, in case the bag leaks. It cleans carpets, matrasses, pillows, it polishes copper and chrome. I use it making bread and cake, or trow a bit in with boiling 'hard te digest' veggies. ..... I can go on and on and on.... I just really love this stuff!)

I hope this helped!
6  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / Re: beaded DNA with tutorial! (muchas imgenes) on: October 31, 2011 07:15:08 AM
Edit: I hope this post isn't wildly inappropriate, you just got the chemist in me really exited, and the artist in me really inspired!  

This is such a awesome idea! But why stop at the DNA molecule?
 A lot of molecules are visualized as lines and bubbles, which can be really inspiring (this is the part were i started to explain why they usually visualize it like that, and what the meaning is, but then i realized that doesn't matter. It looks pretty, that's all that matters! )
For example, you can use tiny beads for the lines parts, and bigger beads for the bubbles. or strait beads for the lines and round beads for the bubbles.

Here is a picture of Theobromine; the stimulant in chocolate. 
Now wouldn't this make a pretty piece?
And for some other occasions:
Ethyl Alcohol (looks like a balloon-dog Tongue )
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