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itrydiythenusuallybuy
My March checklist: hoping the ice melts and switching out my candles from fall and winter scents to fresh cotton and blueberry.
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Alison Kandler Interior Design
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Fill a room with spring flowers!

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andyeh

That second picture seems to have pressure treated wood for a raised bed frame. The wood is treated with arsenic, copper, and chromium. These chemicals leach from the wood into the dirt and then your food. All of these are heavy metals and should not be consumed. This is very toxic.

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jpp221
Roasted and sliced, topped with ricotta, served on a bed of lettuce and sprinkled with sunflower seeds. Balsamic vinegar, black pepper, good olive oil, and it's a meal unto itself.

I know everyone says it's easiest to roast first and then peel, but I find it much easier to peel first with a vegetable peeler. Oh, and if you roast the reds and yellows together, some of the red dye bleeds into the yellow beets, making for spectacularly coloured cross sections when sliced. Like murano glass.
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gc7873

I like white but colors are so much more fun; take the risk. It's just paint! My living room is a rich light navy blue which is smashing. It isn't too dark because there is so much white on other surfaces of room and I have a very large window that lets in much light. The room has so much more character and personality and everyone who walks into it says " ahhhhhh", in a nice way. However, #6 photo above is definitely a bad idea. Room is much too dark for applying makeup and shaving? I can see the facial scars now.

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tooky58

Wonderful colors, I thought i knew what blue I wanted for the dining room, but, thanks to you I'm confused once more. That's thank you in a nice way btw.

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