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Reused trampoline into swinging bed

Reused trampoline into swinging bed
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Making Paper Bricks in India At MAKE we have covered a type of paper brick before, but it was used simply as a fire starter. Professors Rahul Ralegaonkar and Sachin Mandavgane of the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology in India (VNIT) have come up with a process to make paper bricks designed for creation instead of destruction. It started when they visited a paper recycling plant in 2009. They learned that 15% of the material that went through the plant was piled up into an unsightly sludge and sent to a landfill. Raleganokar and Mandavgane decided to take some of that sludge back to their lab and play around with it along with students over the summer. The bricks have seen practical use so far in false ceilings and partition walls. Related

untitled Editors Note: Guest Post by Betsy & Warren Talbot Let’s face it: We all have too much stuff. Whether it is the things you no longer need, the items you never got around to using, or the “treasures” thrust on you by well-meaning people, you are probably shrinking your living space with all that clutter. It’s more than simply buying nothing new. It’s being critical of everything you already own. Does it fit your life or not? There are 3 steps you can take to finally let go of those items no longer working in your life. But before you start planning your next big holiday, let’s focus on 3 powerful strategies to let go of your possessions. Instead of Keeping Up with the Joneses, Keep Up with Your Dream: This is the classic mistake many people make. It’s like high school all over again as you struggle to keep up with what other people’s families have and how they spend their free time. Remove Mental Clutter Before Physical Clutter: Are you holding on to outdated ideas about your life?

DIY Roman Shades It always feels great when you have your mind set on how you want something to look and then it all comes together. This is exactly what has happened with my entry way/porch area. I knew I wanted to put stripes on the wall but it was a matter of finally getting around to it. Once that was done and the porch was all cleared out I knew I had to make it something that was worth having. Waverly Chippendale Fretw Quartz Premier Prints Gotcha White/Candy Pink Waverly Cross Section Raspberry I knew I wanted a geometric pattern so that almost immediately eliminated the second fabric (Waverly Chippendale) and I wasn’t too sure about that first print because of the whole papaya part. Fabric, Measuring Tape, Scissors, Fabric Glue, Mini Blinds. 1. 2. Should look like this when it’s all done. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. I know it seemed like a lot of steps but trust me it is so simple and quick! Like this: Like Loading... Related {Flashback Friday} DIY No Sew Roman Shades With 12 comments Painting Stripes

Telares en cajas Estos telares en cajas de cartón me han robado el corazón. Están en el Museum of Contemporary Craft en Portland pero estoy segura de que pronto tendrán una versión parecida en el colegio de mis hijos. Vidéoprojecteur DIY Un livre de Wikilivres. Avertissement électricité Ce document aborde la manipulation de matériel électrique. Avant toute manipulation : lisez attentivement l'avertissement électricité. Un vidéoprojecteur réalisé soi-même Un vidéoprojecteur DIY est un vidéoprojecteur réalisé soi-même (DIY, do it yourself pour fais-le toi-même en anglais). Présentation[modifier | modifier le wikicode] Pourquoi les VP DIY[modifier | modifier le wikicode] Pourquoi se fabriquer un vidéo projecteur DIY (’’Do It Yourself’’) alors qu’on peut en acheter un tout fait dans le commerce ? Prix : Tout d’abord un vidéo projecteur DIY revient bien moins cher, 300 € en moyenne. Les ampoules utilisées ne sont pas les mêmes, nous utilisons des ampoules qui coûtent entre 30 et 45 € et qui durent 10 000 heures. Celles des vidéo projecteurs du commerce coûtent environ 300 € pour 2000 heures. Qualité d’image : De plus nos dalles étant plus grandes, les pixels sont moins agrandis, il en résulte une meilleure qualité d’image. Entretien :

Money Money Money Ready to see my mystery office desktop? The one John and I have been working so hard on for the past few weeks? And learn how we did it? I mean, I know *I'm* excited. Here, I'll ease you in slowly. And it became... Ta-DA! Ok, that's not the best shot. Oooh. Now, on to the photo-intensive tutorial/progress shots! First, if you want your top to have any shine to it, you're going to need to polish up some of the pennies you're using. Fill your bowl about a quarter of the way with pennies, pour in a little Tarn-X, and then swish and shake the bowl around over the sink (in case of splashes) to evenly expose the coins to the liquid. From there, dump the batch onto an old towel to dry them: I polished roughly half of the pennies I planned to use, so there would still be plenty of color variation. Next you're going to need a surface to adhere the pennies to. This fits in a cubby between two bookshelves, so only the front edge is rounded prettily. To begin, start with the oh-so-important front edge:

Annuaire tutoriel, DIY, tutos, Cliquez sur la catégorie Bricolage pour voir tous les tutoriels.. Build a Food Storage Shelf Preparation Instructions: Fill all holes with wood filler and let dry. Apply additional coats of wood filler as needed. When wood filler is completely dry, sand the project in the direction of the wood grain with 120 grit sandpaper. Vacuum sanded project to remove sanding residue.

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