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|Location||Maryland, United States|
|Introduction||I spent most of my life in a rural area until I got married and moved to suburbia with my husband. In 2005 we decided that we wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle, so here we are. This little blog is about my own thoughts and our adventures out here in Moo Country -- feel free to follow along. :)|
|Interests||photography, bird watching, cooking, reading, cross-stitch|
|Favorite Movies||Moulin Rouge, anything by Pixar|
|Favorite Music||Beck, Jessie Cook, Rich Mullins, Stephan Curtis Chapman, Casting Crowns, Third Day, Mercy Me, the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, the Gone in Sixty Seconds soundtrack|
|Favorite Books||Getting Things Done|
What kind of tape is best for creating a sculpture?
I'm sure most people would say "duct tape" -- you know the old joke: It has a light side and a dark side, and it holds the universe together. Forget about duct tape, painters tape is where it's at. It's got a good amount of stickiness, but isn't so sticky that you can't reposition it. And beyond that, it comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes.