MAKER MAYHEM: Low Moments in How-To History

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Maker Mayhem #13

Nut Shell Critters: Fun with food waste There are some very good reasons why store-bought items are superior to the hand made. Quality, for one. Appearance, another. Because of this, sometimes creating an item by hand requires the Maker to compromise their standards of excellence in order to save themselves from crushing disillusionment and demoralizing exasperation. Often it requires the wholesale abandonment of standards altogether. This is especially true when you’re working only with nutshells, glue, and post-consumer household detritus. Here are three excellent examples of finished products created from an assortment of materials that actually looked better when they were kitchen garbag

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