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Do-It-Yourself Information for Home Improvement Projects - DIY Ideas

Do-It-Yourself Information for Home Improvement Projects - DIY Ideas
Cool Copper Projects Warm metallic hues are easy to love but often pricey. When you create the look... Easy Doily Bowl Craft a decorative bowl from a doily picked up from a flea market, antique... Camper Birdhouse Encourage birds to stay awhile with an adorable vintage birdhouse.

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angry chicken I am very excited to be selling 2 new products in my etsy shop! A Cleansing Oil and Facial Toner. Both 100% organic. They smell amazing and are luxurious to use. I have always washed my face with a custom blended oil cleanser followed with a facial toner before I use the facial oil. I have sold the facial oil for years but not the cleanser or the toner. inaluxe Yipe! more rain, wind and sunshine, good ol' nature just doesn't stop. After some 20 plus years of neglect (aside from the most pragmatically brutal trimming) the garden we inherited with our newish property has flourished after the first decent winter-spring and summer rains in close to 15 years.

Folding Paper Chair Assembled from Slit & Slotted Sheets Trusses, arches and other traditional building forms gain strength in part from materials, but largely from shape – a fact that drives the design of this otherwise-fragile-looking set of seats. Designed by Koji Sekita (via DesignBoom), these objects are “composed of paper sheets, the cardstock is scored and folded in a zigzag pattern. Each identical piece is then joined, creating the form of a chair.

Modular Wooden Tree of Life Chapel Features Slatted Walls for Inspiring Light and Storage This beautiful wood chapel within a chapel has been built by Cerejeira Fontes in Braga, Portugal. The timber Tree of Life chapel is a modular space for worship and reflection created for friars to utilize within the Conciliar Seminary of St. James in Braga. The open slats allow natural light to filter into the cozy space, while also providing unique storage shelving for the friars’ Bibles. Free Downloadable Templates, Forms and Samples » Templates see it clearly Learn more Free Downloadable Templates Templates, Forms and Samples

Susie Harris: Inspiration...pass it on! *** Because someone asked..yes! I have one in my Etsy if you would like...smiles~*** Oh have I got a good one for you today {I hope}. What I want most out of this blog is to connect with you girls. My prayer is that you leave every post with a giggle,touched heart,new found friendship or INSPIRATION! DIY Gadgets - Page 4 by Julie One of the scariest health epidemics of my generation was HIV. I remember quite clearly its emergence on the scene, the graphic news footage of those first infected, people slowly dying from something so misunderstood and scary. It doesn’t seem to be big news anymore, but it’s still killing people all over the world. Well, OraSure, the company that brought us the first healthcare administered oral specimen HIV test available all the way back in 1994, have now developed OraQuick, a simple at-home test that allows people to test themselves in the privacy of their own homes for the virus that causes AIDS.

Top 10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Gear (Without Spending Extra Money) That answer comes down to opinion, needs, individual skills, budget and time constraints: * I still love a 2007 tablet. * I love a 2005 router (with DD-WRT) on it. * I love a 3+ yr old Core i5 desktop - it is still faster than a relatively new Core i5 laptop.

My Favorite Things - DIY Design with Wooden Pallets and Crates Have you jumped on the wooden pallet trend train? I haven't made any projects myself yet...but I did rescue one pallet from certain landfill death - and it's pink! It sits and waits patiently in our garage. As inspiration for all of us wooden pallet procrastinators, I've put together a fun collection of projects I found out there in cyber land, near and far. All I can say is...Wow!

dip-dye lamp & pillow when summer rolls around, i try as hard as possible to freshen up the cave that is my apartment. while the darkness does help to keep rooms cool, the mood can get a little depressing if i don’t inject a jolt of summer here and there. if you have a plain fabric lampshade, pillow, or any scrap fabric lying around, then you can easily create a completely new set of home textiles that have a lovely airiness and fresh color. dip dye is a very easy process; you can adjust the color saturation in a snap by adding water or dye, and you just keep dipping until you like the results! it’s good to have a few scrap pieces of fabric around for color tests, and a nice outdoor spot or some tarp to work on (as you can probably guess, it can get a bit drippy). you can also mix dyes to make an amazing range of hues, so feel free to experiment. have fun! -kate CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump!

A l'ombre du marronnier I don't care for what Facebook does to my sanity, my time or my image. Before I dive into explaining all that, please don't take this personally if you're someone that enjoys Facebook. These are simply my ideas and experiences with the site. I don't aim to be a know it all on the subject. FabLabs Welcome to! Here are few suggestions about how we can help you and how you can participate and talk with us if you have any question or problem regarding the platform. Discuss with the community You can ask for support to the administrators and the whole community in the Discuss section within the Site feedback category. Site feedback category we would also love to hear your ideas and suggestions regarding, its features, development, how it works and how we can improve it.

Massage Table Plans Download a copy of free massage table plans (opens new window.) These plans can be printed on your printer at home. To open the Portable Document File (PDF), you may need to download a PDF reader. It's free and easy to use. sneak peek: asher israelow and jamie goldenberg Asher Israelow and Jamie Goldenberg are a creative couple based in New York City’s West Village. Asher is an architectural and furniture designer working out of Red Hook, Brooklyn, and Jamie is a photo editor for Bloomberg’s Businessweek. Their home is a collection of objects, both handmade and admired. They have many designer and artist friends, so most of their furniture, ceramics, lighting and artwork have a personal history. Thanks, Asher and Jamie, and thanks to Chris Sanders for the great images!

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