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It’s been awhile since our last bracelet DIY .
I'm a bit of a hoarder when it comes to materials and supplies, so it's no surprise that my wood shop is filled with a lot of cut-offs that perhaps other people might just throw away. It turns out that all these odds and ends actually have some real value for making small projects like jewelry boxes, thin strips for inlays, or joined together to form larger boards. This Instructable shows you how to join multiple different sized boards together to make a scrap wood cutting board.
Using some pipe, a few Kee Klamp fittings, and a basket from IKEA, you can build this simple, stylish clothing rack. Great for areas where space is limited, or when you just need that bit of extra space to hang clothing, coats, or jackets.
There are a number of different types of Arduinos to choose from.
Please check out my Shapeways shop where you can buy iPhone cases such as this one and others such as the TriStand - iPhone case with 3 in 1 built in flip out Kickstand s for 3d printing by Shapeways (3d printing service).
What You Will Need: Scanner/Printer Iron-on Transfers (Found at any Office Supply Store) Sheet of Printer Paper Computer T-Shirt Iron Hard Surface to iron on Mod Podge or Elmers Glue Magazines, Photographs, etc.
I have made around 20 of these in various forms, I have used branches with smaller branch stubs on and trimmed to about 20mm and smoothed them to leave a more rustic look, or cut the top at a slight angle, I have Also used a larger thickness branch and set 3 or 4 T-lites in. Once, at the point where I was going to start sanding I thought No!
There are a few ways to do this, but I'm going to show you the way I did it, which is fancy in every way.
First cover your work surface in newspaper.
Tennis balls are ubiquitous and inexpensive. They're great for tennis... for a little while. Then they lose that carefree, Tigger-like bounciness and become dog toys.* But what if you don't have a dog?
My mom's dog, Molly, loves to play - an activity that for her usually involves rounding up all her toys and ripping them to shreds.
Editor's note: A big welcome to Lauren! A stylish, smart mom from Virginia. You can visit her at Petroni , and follow her on Twitter , too!
My love for the natural world and understated decor is rivaled only by my passion for the colorful, whimsical world of party decorations and glitter.
Once in awhile I'll come up with a project that I get a little obsessed with and can't stop making.