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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

When selecting pet bowls for our four-legged friends, the choices are usually limited to flimsy plastic or shiny steel (which can give off a painful glare, from the light). Also, well...the options aren't exactly attractive, either. So, when we saw today's Craft Of The Day, we thought these etched wooden dishes from A Beautiful Mess could be a modern and stylish alternative to the boring looking bowls we normally keep out for our furry friends. Click here to learn how they're made!
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