Science themed handmade headbands by Bradford Creations make lab techs look twice as good as usual
We are loving ourselves sick in these reversible headbands in some amazingly fun science prints from Toowoomba creative Nikki at Bradford Creations. Nikki has also made matching lab aprons for science technicians that have been featured on the QEST Facebook page. Because they’re reversible it’s like getting two for the price of one! Woot!
Handmade 100% cotton headbands for teens & adults. $15AU each. Wear them wide and over the ears, or fold them in half to wear behind your ears.
Custom orders welcome.
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This entry was posted on September 28. 2019 by Miss Vivi
Street Anatomy: vintage dental teaching tool
Isn’t the internet marvellous? Once I would have had to travel to Paris, wander into a curio shop at just the right time and discover this charming dentistry teaching device all by myself. Now it just lands in my lap while I’m scrolling my phone. Although, there’s a lot to be said for going old school. Wandering Paris doesn’t sound half bad.
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This entry was posted on September 14. 2018 by Miss Vivi
That tastes funny – anaesthetic and receptors on the tongue
This morning I have had an unexpected trip to the denti$t. The anaesthetic is still wearing off so the receptors in my tongue are playing up a bit. I’m drinking chocolate milk through a straw and it tastes sweet on the unaffected side of my tongue and salty on the side that had the anaesthetic. Looks totally normal, though, don’t you think?
This entry was posted on June 18. 2015 by Miss Vivi
DIY Papercraft Skull from Skull-A-Day
Despite being a bit like Penny from The Big Bang Theory when it comes to craft I do like to have a go from time to time. As long as it is easy, doesn’t involve waiting around too much for glue or paint to dry or a special trip to the shops I’m usually up for it.
Enter the DIY Papercraft Skull with Articulated Jaw from Skull-A-Day. TaDa!
papercraft skull made with free printable from skull-a-day
It’a as easy as:
- Download here –> skull-a-day
- Cut out
- A little sticky tape here, a little there
- Assemble and run around the house snapping the jaws and making Unh Unh Unh noises
I reckon this has got end of year classroom activity written all over it. Add a bit of glitter, felt and cotton wool and you’d have yourself a Snapping Santa Skull.
Nov 5, 2014
This entry was posted on November 06. 2014 by Miss Vivi