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Plumbing Furniture: 12 DIY Fixtures Made of Pipes & Fittings No, the other kind of plumbing fixtures – you know: lights, coat racks and the like.?Faucets, sinks, toilets and showers are usually all we see of our household plumbing – end caps to an incredible network of hidden tubes and joints that supply us with water every day (and then drain it away again). Made to bend, twist and yet stand the test of time, plumbing pipes and fittings are just begging to be made into other kinds of furnishings and fixtures (less utilitarian than those in your bathroom and kitchen walls). Steel, copper or brass, these can be crafted to have various engaging results as long as you are comfortable with a slight touch of Steampunk-style industrial design around the home.?

Big Spring EnvironmentalBig Spring Environmental Big Spring Environmental is a waste management and recycling company in Huntsville, AL. We gathered the below ideas to help others create something from trash instead of just throwing it out. These ideas are not our own and the ideas and images came from the links below. 1. Tin Can Telephone des bols Last weekend I made this DIY project with the boys, it's really easy to make and I can assure that you're gonna have fun! You'll need: confetti, one balloon, Mod Podge, a sponge and a small vase. Inflate your balloon, then insert it on to the vase so it's sturdier to work with.

Painted Mason Jars in Chic and Crafty, Crafts, DIY, Hair and Makeup, Thrifty Gifts Following is a fun Craft Project and guest postby Jenny and Jess at Plum Adorable… enjoy!! Normally I wouldn’t do two tutorials in one post, but because it’s Teacher Appreciation time and Mother’s Day is coming, I wanted to share a simple gift idea that I think either one would love. Plus, I’m going to bet you will end up making some for yourself as well. Painted Mason Jar & Bottle Tutorial I realize there are a lot of blogs that have posted about how to paint glass jars, but because I think I finally found my favorite ‘mixture’ I thought I’d share it with you.

Cut-in-half D.I.Y - Double the trouble, twice the fun! Posted by on tisdag, september 18, 2012 · 3 Comments I gotta tell y’all, the D.I.Y blogosphere is indeed where the magic happens! The round-up of ideas in this post aims to prove my case by gathering of bunch of projects that I refer to as 2-in-1 magic makeovers. The featured projects shows how to make the most out of less (with a little help from a circular saw!). Making Crafty Fridge Magnets Food comes in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and packages. Your kitchen cabinets, pantry drawers, and refrigerator shelves are already filled with marvelous little boxes and baggies of goodies. Some of these are cultural icons , others are silly modern wonders of neo-retro design. You may even have your own little collection of interesting little containers in the form of left-over little boxes of candy from Halloween. What can you do with all these things? Make them into an awesome array of fridge magnets!

Fox Hollow Cottage: Glass Bottle and Tin Can Repurpose Tin Cans & Tequila Bottles Repurposing and Reusing {shabby style!} Page Corner Bookmarks This project comes to you at the request of Twitterer @GCcapitalM. I used to believe that a person could never have too many books, or too many bookmarks. Then I moved into an apartment slightly larger than some people’s closets (and much smaller than many people’s garages) and all these beliefs got turned on their naïeve little heads. DIY: Memories In A Jar Give an antique look to a photograph inside a glass jar. You just need to be a black and white photo, fill the jar with oil (preferably olive oil), add some dried flowers or branches and place the photo inside. It will look amazing! Memories in a bottle … Just put a picture inside a glass jar and add objects related to that time. A beautiful way to display a memory ….

Ikea (scraps) headboard Bedroom Published on September 27th, 2012 | by Jules Yap Materials: extra wood in the ” As Is ” pile Description: Went to Ikea one day and right before I went to the check out line I went to the ” As Is ” section to look for anything and saw on a cart, piled up all together, and completely random things, was scrap materials for $10. Now this is about $500 worth of materials so I thought it is a great deal. When home and over the course of about two weeks started to cut up the ends of the MALM pieces and soon came up with the idea to create a headboard that would show the different colors and sizes. The Ultimate DIY Library: 100 Blogs to Help You Build or Make Anything - Top Online Engineering Degree Do-It-Yourself projects appeal to a plethora of demographics, making them an aspect of society that brings together a diverse section of society. Some enjoy the sense of pride that comes with hard work and creativity, others enjoy the challenge and self-improvement aspect of cobbling together their own necessities. Some do it to save money, others appreciate the anti-establishment underpinnings of independence. And, of course, many adherents to the DIY movement stick to any combination of these potential motivations. The following blogs cover many different subsets of the lifestyle – from technology to fashion and almost anything in between. Seek them out for some amazing advice, patterns, hacks, and other instructions, but do not discount the contributions of unlisted sites as well!

Another Modge Podge Upcycle Here I am again, Modge Podging another purse! Since my initial wallet upcycle tutorial, I have been scouring the thrift stores and garage sales for another wallet to decoupage. I found this little envelope-style purse at a garage sale last Sunday.