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Once I actually stopped to look at the details, I was shocked. My own DIY brand! It's awesome! The one thing that they all had in common was that they make gigantic batches – 10 to 12 gallons, at a time. I don’t want to be storing all that and so I decided to quarter the recipe I finally settled on. It turns out that it is adapted from the recipe that the Duggar family uses to make their detergent.
What makes a great kitchen is how you organize it . Learn 8 smart organizing tips to help you get your kitchen organized in no time! If you’re anything like me, once the holiday decorations come down you’re ready to start getting your house a little more organized . The kitchen is the first place I need to start!
Build this Hula Hoop Rug and other fun t-shirt crafts. Take your weaving to the next level by making miniature baskets. Click the photo to view the craft.
Attention Scrap Collectors: Another scrappy project. Yup, just cleaning out that scrap bin today. Want to join me? You’ll Need: 2 pieces of cotton fabric, 4.5 x 4.5 inches 1 piece of fleece, 4 x 4 inches 1 piece of double sided fusible web, 4 x 4 inches Sewing machine, thread, scissors, etc.
Okay, the fabric storage box tutorial is here. (Sorry for the little tease last friday and no actual tutorial. We were trying to get on the road for our trip to ID…..so things got crazy last week. But we’re here. And safe. And enjoying Idaho.
My husband and I both have cell phones. And both of us have phone chargers. And that means lots of obnoxious cords. You never know when one of us may be moving phone cords around, to give our phones an extra charge while we’re chatting away……… or trying to charge our phones up before running errands or something. Needless to say, those phone cords seem to be everywhere…..and are generally in the way and hanging all over the floor.
Clear off bathroom countertops by storing toiletries in a hanging organizer. To make one, just stitch a few seams in a hand towel. Tools and Materials Hand towel (about 19 inches by 40 inches) Straight pins Sewing machine 1/2-inch-diameter dowel (2 inches longer than width of towel) One yard grosgrain ribbon Fold down top of towel 1 1/2 inches; pin, then sew to create a channel for the dowel.
Use one hankie and a piece of cotton fabric to sew a decorative cover for a baby's room. Materials Two 7-inch-square pieces of white cotton broadcloth 7-inch square of polyester fill One 10-inch-square plain hankie or cotton broadcloth One 8-inch-square hankie Pillow How-To 1. Stitch the two 7-inch cotton squares together on three sides, and turn inside out. Slip polyester fill into pouch, then tuck raw edges of opening under, and stitch to close. 2.
Lisa Worth shows off the ultimate bachelor pad furnishings. 1. Toto Bar Cart, Avenue Road
An oversized ottoman for an undersized budget—less than $200 all in! Above, from top : In the Loop (P5209-24) paint, Para Paints ; "Waves at Our Feet" by Gabriella Collier , Art Interiors; Steven and Chris Oxford sofa , Zilli Home ; pillows, HomeSense ; Aurora rectangular tray , Williams-Sonoma. Materials For a 4-ft. x 4-ft. ottoman
Vodka has been enjoyed since at least the early Middle Ages, and is well known as one of the world's most popular spirits. Its versatility in mixing and high alcohol content have made it extremely popular in cocktails, and it is still widely enjoyed 'neat' (straight up) in much of Eastern and Northern Europe. Vodka also has a long history of use as medicine, having been sold by druggists to cure everything from infertility to colic and the plague. While some of those historic promoters were half-cocked, it's true that vodka has a wide range of potential uses beyond serving as a relaxer and social lubricant. Why would you want to do anything else with vodka but drink it? It is widely available, effective and less toxic than many of the chemical alternatives you might use for these tasks.
With new crib regulations, the resale of cribs is going to be pretty non-existent for a while. But don't you worry!! You don't have to use that crib for summer campfires! We've scoured the web for some cool tutorials and ideas for reusing old or recalled cribs! These repurposed crib projects are an awesome way to prevent your crib from going into a landfill, getting reused "inappropriately" or simply sitting in your basement collecting dust.
I found this really fun and easy way to make wall art with old magazines, newspapers, junk mail etc, etc. Tutorial and more images after the jump! Source What You Will Need:
Start with a dinner plate at the base and work your way upwards, layering teacups and plates, using smaller pieces as you go. Trace the lip and base of each teacup with a line of superglue and then attach a plate. You can make as many or as few tiers as you like. Selection of cups, saucers and plates, Zara Home and Whittard of Chelsea. Words and styling: Alaina Binks. Photos: Mark Scott
First off, thank you so much for being so kind about my new curtains in the dining room ! I am taken aback daily by how many genuinely nice people there are in this blogging community. Thank you for loving the curtains along with me, and also thank you for just being plain ol’ nice. Now, shall we get down to bid-ness?