I have been wanting to turn my kitchen table into a periodic table for about a year. I finally did it!
Those are beakers, flasks, a ring stand and a mortar and pestle on my periodic table table.
Addendum: I wanted to turn the large Erlenmeyer flask in the back into a lamp. So I asked my handy husband to build me a lamp. We went to a local hardware store called Best Hardware. I nice man named Leroy who has owned the store for 40 years helped us get the pieces we needed. Then we came home and Mike wired it all together. He even put in a switch that dims it.
Yea, that is an extra long Edison bulb down in the flask. I am going to sit there tonight and look my new lamp on my periodic table.
I am a crafty, science mom. I love to sew, print, bake, knit, iron on,
hot glue and bake. I majored in Chemistry but no longer use it in my
job. Now I just use it in my crafts and bring it up in conversation as
often as possible. I am an anagram, palindrome, word fanatic. I have a
wonderful husband and two little girls who keep me busy. I am a
recovering perfectionist who is trying to accept that life is messy.