Garden Art Kit

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Grow some beautiful art! Combine thick high quality copper and thinner colored wire, glass, shell and wooden beads and marbles to make four fabulous art pieces. Brighten an outdoor landscape or add a little whimsy to a potted plant. This eco art kit provides hours of fun with friends & family, and it includes a bonus project--the box turns into a frame for your finished artwork!

Includes copper wire, colorful craft wire, glass beads, wooden beads, shell beads, glass marbles and ideas sheet. You provide pliers or nail clippers.

Assembled at Goodwill Industries of South-Central Wisconsin. Ages 8 & up.

 

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Bend high quality copper wire with marbles into two beautiful, sturdy wands. Blow huge bubbles, decorate a garden or use for magic! This eco art kit provides hours of fun with friends & family, and it includes a bonus project--the box turns into a frame for your finished artwork! Includes copper wire, wooden wand sticks, glass marbles, jig patterns, bubble recipe and ideas sheet. You provide pliers wire cutters. For optional jig, you provide nails, small piece of wood and hammer. Assembled at Goodwill Industries of South-Central Wisconsin. Ages 8 and up.

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Kosher means ‘proper’, referring to foods which are acceptable to be eaten by those of the Jewish faith who practice and observe certain dietary laws as prescribed in the Torah. Only the meat of certain animals are kosher. These animals can be identified as having split hooves and chewing their cud - animals such as cows and sheep. Only chicken, duck, turkey, quail, Cornish hens, doves/pigeons, geese, and pheasant are kosher. All fish with scales and fins are kosher. All insects, crustaceans, shellfish, and other invertebrates are NEVER considered to be kosher.
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