In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Then I took my pipe out of my pocket and put this feather down the stem and everything and worked it in a way I've never worked a pipe cleaner before.
- ‘I don't feel hidebound by fashion,’ he says, taking a seat next to an ad hoc arrangement of pipe cleaners and a vase of ostrich feathers.
- ‘I came out of hospital looking like a collection of pipe cleaners,’ she recalls.
- Wear a pipe cleaner or something that will fit on the places that you injure.
- Add yellow doll hair to top of head as well as a gold pipe cleaner for a halo.
- Pick out a black pipe cleaner and glue it to the top of the head for the antenna (a hot glue gun works the best here).
- Arms, legs and tails that were knitted on the small spool loom may be made to hold a bent or curled position with a pipe cleaner.
- At about 15 I was a proper pipe cleaner and I have never done anything about it since.
- Made of 165,000 two-inch pieces of chenille pipe cleaners, the piece has another, clandestine identity.
- Attach a pipe cleaner to the tissue paper flower.
- Ms. Flores also demonstrates glue-gun techniques, adding feathers, raffia, faux jewels and pipe cleaners to enhance the masks.
- We used corrugated paper to form columns, assembled small wood scraps and pipe cleaners for sculptures, rails, fences and ramps.
- The animal has been described as looking like a pipe cleaner by his keepers and joins animals including deer and reindeer.
- My early years spent in Sunday school at the United Church involved creating Jesus effigies out of construction paper, pipe cleaners and white glue.
- My curriculum suggested I lead my 4-year - old charges in a craft that required four pipe cleaners per student.
- I sat in Mr. Minister's tanned Buick station wagon, a miserable hostage, about to come face to face with bargain bins of felt and pipe cleaner.
- She also brought in a group of girls, so that the toy makers could watch them play with pipe cleaners, cardboard, and other basic supplies.
- Poke the pipe cleaners pieces in for stick arms.
- But all the Martha Stewart wannabe's can't wait to come out of their gingerbread houses to sell us their fancy little wares of felt and pipe cleaners.
- We recommend sewing a pipe cleaner inside a long tube and then shaping it into an animal.
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