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Cool Ideas May be You Have Never Think Of….

Cool Ideas May be You Have Never Think Of….
I know in our daily life their are lots of big things to solve, but have you ever thought about tiny little things, which can be solved by some weird ideas? ok…. i am sure you are not getting me? Right!!! then have a look at these…. and make your life easier…… [ad1] [ad2] Ads by Google Related:  bricolage

50 Things Everyone Should Know by Mark and Angel Self-reliance is a vital key to living a healthy, productive life. To be self-reliant one must master a basic set of skills, more or less making them a jack of all trades. Contrary to what you may have learned in school, a jack of all trades is far more equipped to deal with life than a specialized master of only one. While not totally comprehensive , here is a list of 50 things everyone should know how to do. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Read the rest of the article

Un Truc Par Jour | Il y a plus de solutions que de problèmes 60 idées pour recycler des palettes Mais les palettes recyclées peuvent servir à bien d'autres choses encore. Voici donc 60 idées pour recycler des palettes dans chacune des pièces de la maison et même à l'extérieur. - Au salon - Canapé Table de salon Table de télé - Dans la cuisine - Buffet Table Étagère Meuble de cuisine - Dans la chambre - Sommier Tête de lit - Dans la chambre d'enfant - Lit pour enfant Coin lecture - Dans l'entrée - Banc Porte-manteaux Support à chaussures - Dans le bureau - - Dans la salle de bains - - Sur les murs - Lambris Cloison de séparation - Au sol - - Étagère ou rangement - Range revues Porte bijoux Pèle mêle Rangement à bouteilles Rangements divers - Lustre - - Pour le chat - - Escaliers - - A l'extérieur - Balançoire ou balancelle Table de jardin Pot de fleurs Mur de plantes Terrasse de jardin Abri de jardin Clôture pour masquer les poubelles Carrés de jardinage Sources : Cliquez sur DIY ou *

The Twice Remembered Cottage - A Cottage Transformation Journey "Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air"~ Ralph Waldo Emerson I appreciate everyone's well wishes in my last post...I'm happy to say that I can finally *breathe* again! Thanks to my good old doctor and the meds he prescribed, my sinus infection is clearing up and my cough has just about fizzled out. I'm looking forward to finally getting back into some kind of routine this week! I knew having that many magnets on my fridge would create about 400 pieces of additional artwork, memos, receipts, and photos - yikes! Basically, what you'll need for this project is a piece of sheet metal {I got mine from Lowes at around $7 for a 24"X36" piece}, a piece of thin plywood, trim, and Liquid Nail. Here is that pretty trim I mentioned in my last post. Now, your hardward store may cut your plywood to size for you. Here you see that I used a T-square to draw lines on the plywood showing exactly where the sheet metal would go in the center. And, now, imaginations on, everybody!

Best Art Ever (This Week) - 04.29.11 - ComicsAlliance Apr 29th 2011 By: Andy Khouri The proliferation of social media is an incredible boon for lovers of comic book art, design and illustration. Sites like Flickr, Tumblr, DeviantArt and other countless blogs and feeds bombard us with a ceaseless supply of artwork by professionals and fans that is variously excellent, clever, funny, innovative, and numerous degrees of awesome. We make a regular practice at ComicsAlliance of spotlighting particular artists and/or specific bodies of work, but there's just so much great work to see that we've initiated Best Art Ever (This Week) , a weekly depository for just some of the virtually countless pieces of especially compelling artwork that we come across in our regular travels across the digital media landscape. Want more? The Hulk by Bill Sienkiewicz Batman by Mike Zeck Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy by Bruce Timm Wonder Woman by Mike Kretz Doctor Strange, Doctor Doom and Mephisto by Mike Mignola

CommentReparer.com - Apprenez à tout réparer Peinture pomme de terre et lait Ecologique, économique, mate, cette peinture veloutée est solide, couvrante et durable. Elle est garantie sans aucun COV*, solvants, toxiques, etc. On peut sans danger la fabriquer et l’appliquer en étant enceinte ou avec des enfants. Elle ne dégage aucune odeur et sèche très vite. – Pommes de terre, – Lait (1/2 écrémé), – Blanc de Meudon, – Eau, – Pigments naturels, Pour 2 litres de peinture : Mixer 400 g de pommes de terre cuites avec 1 litre de lait. Mixer à nouveau le mélange et filtrer. Chaque couche sèche en approximativement une heure. 2 litres couvriront 24 m2 environ. Supports : briques, pierres, placo plâtre, bois, béton cellulaire, peintures anciennes lessivées et poncées. * COV : Composés Organiques Volatils. Pour aller plus loin : Peindre et décorer au naturel, tome 2De nouvelles recettes décoratives pour animer vos murs, meubles, boiseries de façon 100% naturelle.

Peinture sans COV: fabrication, composition, toxicité et bonnes pratiques | Guide Publié par : Écohabitation | Céline Lecomte, avec Sonia Martin (Écohabitation) Si vous êtes désorienté devant le vaste choix de peintures offert sur le marché, vous allez découvrir dans cette fiche technique la meilleure façon de choisir ! Afin de vous aider à y voir plus clair, voici notre guide qui donne un aperçu des différents types de peintures disponibles sur le marché, leurs propriétés et les possibilités d’application. Vous allez découvrir la composition des peintures synthétiques, l'impact des différentes peintures sur la santé et l'environnement, les vertus et limites des "peintures sans COV", le meilleur choix de peintures selon le support, comment évaluer si une peinture est chère ou pas, comment fabriquer sa propre peinture, l'évolution de la peinture dans l'histoire, les différents types de peintures écologiques et notre top-choix... Le sommaire de cette fiche est situé à droite de votre écran.

DIY Lunchable Jars {Guest Post} Hello everyone, my name is Kayla and I run SayNotSweetAnne.com. I’m a Graphic Designer from Grand Rapids, MI and I love to craft, cook, and a variety of other things. ;D I’m very grateful for this opportunity to guest post on a Skip To My Lou, and to “meet” all of you! So, here goes!! There are some things you never outgrow. What did surprise him, and me, is that I found nothing. Now, I started this for yogurt and granola- but with this gadget the possibilities are endless! I just can’t get over how cute, useful and portable these are! Anyway, enough ranting about the jars, here’s how its done! You Will Need: 2 same mouthed mason jars. How To Make It: Take off the rings to your jars. That’s it!! One of my favorite things about this project is the lack of garbage in my lunch box. The 8oz wide mouthed jars are very bowl-like. And, as promised a PDF for you to download and print to use with your schmancy new jars. I’m so happy to have shared my project with you.

List Superheroes and supervillains, civilians and crooks, sooner or later, we've all gotta go. But seeing as Comic Con is upon us and seeing as we are FEARnet, we decided to take a look at ten sad, dark, grisly deaths in comics over the years. Sure, these characters may come back two issues later, but in our opinion a good death scene is worth ten resurrections! Tarantula from The Amazing Spider-Man, died 1983 Poor Tarantula. The curse of Solomon Grundy is that he should live and die again and again. Baxter Stockman from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, died 2001 The Baxter Stockman you remember from the old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons was, like a lot of elements of the franchise, remarkably different from their comic book origins. Gwen Stacy from The Amazing Spider-Man, died 1973 We know, we know. The New Warriors from the Marvel Universe, died 2006 This gang of misfit, unlucky superheroes died in one of the most spectacular and gruesome ways in recent comic history. Oh Carnage.

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