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The solder was the traditional bronzey-goldy colour so I wanted to get rid of the glass all together and replace it with something different. They take creativity to a whole new level for me and the boys. Here is a You Tube video I made showing you how to use these watercolor pencils. Again by the look of the size of the machine in the photo I suggest it was another special purchase.

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Worth a watch to learn how to paint your jeans I've been on a cherry blossom painting kick lately.

I bet you have a pair of jeans that you love but never wear for various reasons, why don't you paint them and make them amazing again!!

Valerie says we had one but we cant lay our hands on it now.

I have a glass one 69-13 identical to the one given to staff to commemorate the bi centenary.

At one time I had a SO folder from 1947 which had been made by a bindery in Biggleswade, Beds.

I used it for years to hold letters sent to me by Estabs. No doubt at some stage it will all go into the clearance skip. Thank you for your interest, stimulated by Keith Batchelor's competition. Dear Reg, I have just seen Keith Batchelors photo of HMSO items in HMSOldies and I feel I must comment. They are 53-22 for the plastic ruler which is in front of me as I type this email and 64-12 for the scissors.

Dear Reg, I thought you should know that Andrew Dyer, pictured above right in case there is any doubt, of the National Archives called today to collect four HMSO relics for the national collection - the framed site plan of South Gyle showing HMSO Scotlands former headquarters in Edinburgh, the list of officers who had headed operations in Scotland from 1906 until privatisation, the 200 year history of HMSO published in 1986, and the HMSO Scotland flag that flew outside our offices - here elegantly draped over the garage door.

Sandra and I are off to Hingham, near Wymondham, next month in a down-sizing move and there was simply no room for the 4 x 3 site plan presented to me on my retirement in 1995.

I've been painting everything in my path with chalk paint these days, including this amazing dining room hutch I picked up at Goodwill for next to nothing.

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