stimmy-fae: Lava/Magma Stim!! || Requested by…

stimmy-fae:

Lava/Magma Stim!! || Requested by @queenneso!!

x // x // x

x // x // x

x // x // x

judestims: HOLOGRAPHIC

judestims:

HOLOGRAPHIC

x/x/x x/x/x x/x/x @pidgestim

magical-stims: x x x / x – x / x x x

magical-stims:

x x x / xx / x x x

pastel pink stimboard for @t-rexmom

snotstim: ✧✧ ⁞ mint stimboard for @the-walkin…

snotstim:

✧✧ ⁞ mint stimboard for @the-walking-grimmnatural

credit in captions!

wowobjectstims: outer space stimboard for jam…

wowobjectstims:

outer space stimboard for james ! yes i know i’m posting a lot of unrelated stims but leave me alone i love making stims for people >:0

( cred in the captions <3 )

booeychewy: 👽 @mysticarks: Sea life or Alien…

booeychewy:

👽 @mysticarks: Sea life or Aliens? 👽

Credits: X  X  X | X  X  X | X  X  X

The first Pyrex measuring cup in this post n…

The first Pyrex measuring cup in this post never made it to production. Designer Dennis Younge led the revolutionary redesign of the measuring cup and opened the bottom of the cup’s handle, which allowed it to be stacked and maximize storage in the kitchen. The new measuring cup was tested by consumers in the Pyrex Test Kitchen before being released to the general public. Learn more about the innovations in glass from Corning, New York in our Crystal City Gallery

Pyrex Measuring Cup Prototype, Corning Glass Works, Main Plant, “A” Factory, Corning, New York, United States, 1980-1986. Gift of Lee and Dennis Younge. 2017.4.8; Pyrex Mix ‘N’ Measure Batter Bowl, Corning Glass Works, Main Plant, “A” Factory, Corning, New York, United States, 1983. 2010.4.1059.

glassy-stims:

glassy-stims:

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For those wondering what this is…it is a 90 pound glass sculpture, heres the finished result!

This week, we hosted the Road Scholars, a gr…

This week, we hosted the Road Scholars, a group of individuals interested in lifelong learning, at The Studio. They learned how to fuse and slump glass by kiln-working, create beautiful beads at the torch, and blow their own drinking glasses at the furnace. We have openings for our next Road Scholars session November 5-8. For more information or to register, contact Jenny Monroe at Watson Homestead, +1 (607) 962-0541 or watsonjenny@stny.rr.com.

secretaryoftrash: cat valentine &amp; happy st…

secretaryoftrash:

cat valentine & happy stimming

anxious / toys & idle