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Lego-nyckelhållare – Lego key holder. Med två legotokiga tjejer hemma blir man lätt lite legofantast själv. När jag såg den här roliga nyckelhållaren hos minieco.co.uk och insåg att jag hade alla bitar som krävdes hemma så var det bara att sätta igång. Nu återstår bara att övertala maken att jag ska få sätta upp den på väggen i hallen. Behöver jag lägga till att döttrarna gillar idéen? —-With two lego-loving girls in the house it’s easy to get a bit Lego enthusiastic yourself. When I saw this creative key-holder over at minieco.co.uk and realized that we had all the necessary pieces at home, I got started right away. Det här är bitarna du behöver. The Hipster Home » Blog Archive » How to Make a Tiny Terrarium in a Light Bulb.

Ahoy there Hipster Homers! I’m Julie and I’m the very first guest blogger on this fine site. Today’s project involves breaking stuff, plants, found objects, and miniatures. Fun, right? Let’s get started! Dos and Don’ts: Do use sand or small pebbles; these are good because water drains through them easily. How To: You’ll need a few tools to make a tiny terrarium but nothing complicated to get started. Needle-nose pliersScissorsLong tweezers or chopsticksFlathead screwdriverGlasses or goggles Let’s start with the light bulb. We will be removing the inside parts of the lightbulb. First, remove the metal tip from the bottom of the bulb. Then, when enough of the sides are raised to get a good grip on them, hold one of the sides with your pliers and yank out the metal tip.

Next remove the black glass. Now you will be able to see the interior parts of the light bulb. Using the flathead screwdriver as a sort of lever, snap the interior tube from the side. And now you have an empty light bulb! DIY: Chalkboard Mug. December 14th, 2011 Naturally when I discovered porcelain chalkboard paint I had to grab some. The inventor must be some kind of genius. Now I have the most amusing coffee mug ever, and you can have one too. This is a much easier version of the hand painted mug project—no drawing or painting skills required! You’ll need: a porcelain mug (mine is from CB2)painter’s tape Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Chalkboard Paint (available at Dick Blick or Amazon)(Don’t use regular chalkboard paint.

This only works with porcelain paint.)a soft bristle paint brush (a watercolor brush works well) how to: 1. 4. *If baking instructions are not printed on your paint bottle, you are probably not using the right paint. (Check out that extra large marshmallow floating in my hot chocolate. Check out my cool home design on Autodesk Homestyler! - StumbleUpon. © 2013 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved. Use of the service is subject to the Homestyler Terms of Use. Trademarks Autodesk is a registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates. All other brand names, product names or trademarks belong to their respective holders.

Third-Party Software Credits and Attributions Apache Ant, Apache HTTP Server Project, Apache Struts, Apache Tomcat, Enunciate and Jets3t are licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. AS2 revision copyright 2004, Richard Wright [wisolutions2002@shaw.ca] JS original copyright 2003, John Haggerty [ How To Make A Stylish Photo Frame For Several Photos. Here is a simple yet stylish photo frame that can accomodate quite many photos at once. The idea is very simple. Fasten twines on the empty frame and hang photos using clothes pins on them.

You can use a frame you bought or a frame you made by yourself. To make it you just need to find some wood strips, sand them, paint or stain them and fasten together with the staples and nails.