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The Girls Issue

Craft Time

"Tina" (aka crystal meth, aka "ice," aka "crushing paranoia and pain powder") has been making a huge comeback in New York lately-and not just with its usual audience of glitter-faced club-kid homosexual people.
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Κείμενο Judi Rosen
1.1.07

“Tina” (aka crystal meth, aka “ice,” aka “crushing paranoia and pain powder”) has been making a huge comeback in New York lately—and not just with its usual audience of glitter-faced club-kid homosexual people. Why, just last month a vice president at one of the largest banks in Manhattan was busted in his uptown apartment with a very uptown meth lab. Whoops!

Too bad he didn’t call me before the cops came to bust him. Being as crafty as I am, I would only have needed an hour or two to turn his meth lab into a life-enhancing crafts project. Then he could have a new addiction… Terrariums! Fun for all, much more relaxing than meth, and a bit less pricey. And terrariums, once created, are self-sufficient ecosystems. Generally, with just a little TLC at the start, they’ll last a love-time!

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Here’s how to go from meth lab to terrarium in seven easy steps.

ART DIRECTOR AND MODEL JUDI ROSEN, WEARING JUDI ROSEN NEW YORK

PHOTOGRAPHY STEVEN KREBS

PROP STYLIST AMY HENRY

TERRARIUM CONSULTANT ROYCE MEIER

MAKE UP SARAH EGAN

SPECIAL THANKS TO DIANA KINSCHERF, MISS NOVELLO-VITALE, AND MARTHA AT HICKS NURSERY