Love is love ❤️ Today is the two year anniversary of Ireland's vote to bring in marriage equality. It was such an incredible moment, a moment where we went love is what matters, I remember going into town and the feeling of joy & love was something truly special ✨
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❗️BORO BIDDING ❗️📲
This pocket tool is a nice vibrant yellow topped w/ a beautiful dark blue. looks almost black but sometimes dark purple! size is about that of a regular lighter, perfect for a travel pick/cap 🤙🏽
*Bidding starts @ $10 going up in $2 (or more) increments after
*Bidding ends tonight at 10 PM (PST)
*Add $5 for delivery outside Salinas but still 831 local
*Add $10 for delivery/shipping outside the 831
*Good Luck ! 👍🏽 -Winner MUST message within 24 hrs and payment must be made within 48 hrs. WINNER ALSO RECEIVES A BRACELET & STICKER FROM @vybinapparel! 🤙🏽-
tryna bring the glass culture to our area for the most compassionate prices with quality & consumers ALWAYS in mind! thank you so much to everybody for your time and support ! #BoroSickNLit#supportyourlocals#supportlocal#vybewithus#vybin#boro#glassofig#instaglass#instaboro#handmade#handblown#handcrafted#glass#auction#glassauction
Our new membership board is up! You may or may not know that we've been a membership-based shop since Dr. Yas opened the doors in 2014. You can try us out for a month or become a member for life and we'll keep sourcing the best ingredients, using safe and reusable packaging, and providing you with as many samples of our products as you like! :)
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This fabulous red upcycled fire hose and leather clutch is headed to my Etsy shop soon. I'm hoping to have my new bags in it by the end of the week. In the meantime, please check out my current products in my shop...link is in my bio
🌿 K I T S D E S I E M B R A 🌿
Aquí los tenemos, los nuevos de la familia Sheedo. Éste verano podrás plantar albahaca, sandía y melón con nuestros kits de siembra. Fáciles de plantar y con increïbles resultados. ¡Link en la bio!
A close-up photograph of the rim and faceted section of a tan creamer. I wrote recently about how I prefer its surface compared to the other ‘house’ slip rich in cobalt. This picture shows all the tiny details that are really only observable in person, and more. A little on the technicalities of soda firing first, as it’ll explain the white spots. Firing using sodium bicarbonate is different from using actual salt, the explosive effect that occurs when they’re sprayed into the kiln is vastly different. Soda vapourises in a far more gentle manner, it is coaxed around the pots and shelves very easily by the flames and therefore its effects tend to follow the fires path. Salt on the other hand volatilises with tremendous force, the fumes that expel from the kiln when we introduce it at the very end are staggering—the whole kiln bay fills with a fluid mist.
As it’s more combustible it has a greater affect on the pots and leaves very obvious white dots. Whereas the soda creates very even surfaces of flowing colour and crystalline fragments. We don’t put much salt in the kiln, only a touch towards the very end. The idea is that as the soda often wont touch all the areas inside the kiln, the more volatile salt will, filling those parts of the kiln that might otherwise by untouched.
This particular pot also shows the very beginning specks of carbon trapping. The black marks are essentially soot trapped beneath a layer of glassy soda. In small doses it works wonderfully against the other hues, especially near the metallic areas I’ve come to call ‘yohen’, which is a Japanese term meaning, ‘changed by the flame’. From my understanding, this metallic surface comes about when the kiln cools partly in reduction, it normally occurs just beneath the rim where the white glaze, which is pure soda, has pushed the tan slip down as it has fluxed, causing it to clump up, creating rather dramatic lines that are almost bronze like.
The last notable quality is the white line that spans this part, which is far more simple to explain. This is where the tan slip has broken, or split, against the sharp edge left by faceting.
"Give your all to me,I'll give my all to you. You're my end and my beginning. Even when I lose I'm winning" 👉🏻Who doesn't love John Legend?! 😍This song gives me the goosebumps EVERY. SINGLE. TIME! So glad I got to design and create this sign for a customer as a reminder of their wedding song! 😊