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Bob - The Alien Robolampredpah.com
I have to hold my hands up and admit that I am a massive fan of Ikea, as I've already stated. I've used the Ramsta lighting unit before (the Pushlight, also featured in my store) but this time I thought I'd get a little more artistic about it. And thus Bob was born! You can print the sections in different colours (as shown in the photos) or print them all the same but as soon as you put them together you won't have to take them apart again. The head has holes for 3x5mm neodymium magnets if you'd prefer to stick them in to hold the Ramsta in place, but I found that they don't hold as well as just sticking the unit in place with its sticky pad (but the downside of that approach is that it's a little more difficult to change the batteries). However you use it he's still cute!
I live in Paris and I love this city. Yes, it's beautiful, filled with impressive architecture, history and culture, but what I enjoy the most in Paris is the enthusiasm most citizen share for good food, music and "happy hours" in their favorite cafe. What happened last Friday, only a few meters from the bar I chose to celebrate the weekend with my friends, can't be described. My way to fight these barbarian is to keep celebrating what they hate. History, liberty, art and love of beauty on earth.
Pendant Drip Lampmyminifactory.com
This elegant pendant light was designed with an integral light shader and reflector system combined with a decorative elipsis screen to provide a beautiful lighting pattern. It was also designed to work with a standard cord and light base but it does reguire a cord stop at the top. This can be achieved by knotting the cord or adding a secure clip. Please use a low temp bulb, such as a CFL when using this lamp.
This is a double shell, solar-vented cool birdhouse, printable in one piece. Your chicks will thank you!There is a drain at the bottom and a ring of ventilation holes at the bottom and top of the inner shell, and another ring of slots and holes at the bottom and top of the outer shell. Any sunlight on the outer shell sets up a convection cycle with cooler air being drawn in through the lower ring of slots and rising to exit the large holes, so the inner shell and nest remain cooler. A post and ring joins the two shells at the top for a sturdy hanger. The roof, lack of a perch, and gap between shells makes it difficult for a predator to reach the eggs or chicks. There's no bird bath because chicks won't appreciate the resulting disturbance or encouragement of predators, and the opening is high enough that the chicks won't fall out before they are ready.Please let me know how you do!I used http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=2194 as a guide to design. Sizing - check. Heating and cooling - check, but there's no insulation for winter except to cover exterior holes to trap dead air. Proper drainage - check. Safety - check, while there's no metal plate, there are two openings that would have to be enlarged, and a squirrel would have trouble hanging on anyway. Mounting and access - check/fail. There is no cleanout plug - you'll have to use a hooked wire and fish out all the nesting materials to clean it out. Look at v2 for one with a removable CD bottom.