Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
These sales data recorded by the Maryland Department of Assessments & Taxation were provided by Lender Processing Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit www.washingtonpost.com/homesales.
Anne Arundel County
Admiral Dr., 619, No. 103-Christine E. Ennis to Adam Howard, $200,000.
August Dr., 1120-Susan G. Larson to John F. Balaban, $396,000.
Boucher Ave., 915-John Ryan to Paul and Susanne Kneeland, $375,000
Monday, November 26, 2012
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How To Make a Tiered Serving Tray
Turn a few clay pots and saucers into something special. This tiered stand is inexpensive and easy-to-make. Use it to serve cupcakes, drinks, or quick finger foods.
Step 1: Wrap twine around pot just under the lip of the pot. Tie on a knot. Continue wrapping twine around pot until desired thickness is achieved. Tie end in a knot and cut off excess. Repeat on second pot.
Step 2: Spread glue across the bottom of one pot. Glue pot to center of 10” saucer. Make sure the pot is centered.
Step 3: Spread glue around the rim of the first pot and attach 8” saucer. Make sure saucer is centered.
Step 4: Spread glue across the bottom of second pot. Glue pot to center of 8” saucer. Make sure pot is centered.
Step 5: Spread glue around the rim of the second pot and attach 6” saucer. Make sure saucer is centered.
Step 6: Glue the bottom of finial to the center of the 6” saucer. Make sure finial is centered.
Step 7: Allow entire piece to dry until set, two hours or more.