Decorate This Space: Pick the Right Kitchen Island

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Can you guess which island belongs in this kitchen?

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  1. For school we’re doing a Rat Island project, and my group needs more green clay for the grass on the project. So I went to a billion and one stores to try to find it. The closest thing was green moon sand.

    The thing about moon sand is that it refuses to stay put once you shape it. Pick it up and put it on the mantel, and it crumbles to pieces. I’ve been thinking, “So how the heck will I be able to use this stuff on the project?

    Would using water help? Mixing it with the small amount of white clay I have? HELP please, tomorrow’s the last day we get to work on Rat Island!

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    For school we’re doing a Rat Island project, and my group needs more green clay for the grass on the project. So I went to a billion and one stores to try to find it. The closest thing was green moon sand.

    The thing about moon sand is that it refuses to stay put once you shape it. Pick it up and put it on the mantel, and it crumbles to pieces. I’ve been thinking, “So how the heck will I be able to use this stuff on the project?

    Would using water help? Mixing it with the small amount of white clay I have? HELP please, tomorrow’s the last day we get to work on Rat Island!

  3. as far as decorating goes i really dont have any idea what im doing.i have been in my apartment for over a year now and it is still quit empty lol.There is one wall in my dining room that is empty and i cant decide what i should put there.I was thinking about making that wall like a small home bar.ive seem some pictures online with these 2 door cabinets that have these cool colored lights in them.and the cabinet is filled alcohol and all your glasses and stuff.i just dont really know where to start or how i would go about it.and i also have a small patio area that i have never really done anything with simply becase i have NEVER done any gardening and dont know the first step in what to do but i was thinking it was about time i learned that kind of stuff and its been sounding pretty interesting to me to make my own cute garden.I really am not interested in growing herbs or veggies just flowers.I have a small patch of dirt but really dont know to much of digging into that patch and just putting flowers in there.so i was thinking more about potted plants.anyway i included a link of my house pictures so u can kind of get an idea of what it looks like.so if you have any suggestions at all i would love them and especially if you have links to websites where i can purchase stuff to decorate my place.thanks! http://www.flickr.com/photos/95182121@N08/

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