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Old 10-16-2008, 03:55 PM
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A lateral thought here.
Use some of that left over high temp adhesive and make a sculpture with all those odds and ends into an 'art form'. Use the fireclay as a base or help to fill some of the voids in the wedges. spray it with a clear urethane, give a title and put in a craft market.
Who knows, some of theses 'arty people' will buy anything.
It could also be used as a sculpture on top of your arch!

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A bit off topic here, but your comment reminded me, Nikki: my kids currently build pizza ovens out of whatever they have to hand.

Building blocks, play dough, stones, lego, an upturned bowl in the dolls house... no game is ever complete without a pizza oven.
That warms the cockles of my heart. Take that, burningissues.org--we're breeding a new generation to carry on the battle.
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