Knapsack Menu Plan Monday! Though I really hate Monday I really like menu planning and on the menu this week is: Tuesday: *Chicken Tacos & Salsa rice Chicken and Dumplings (Thank you rain) Super Summer Project: Two Young Designers, One Idea A Day All images credit 01Mathery Project After seeing this lovely bike basket made from pine cones on Recyclart, , I learned of O1Mathery, a project subtitled "Two young designers-One idea a day," where from the end of one school year to the start of the second, they really did come up with a clever design every day. Some are clever and some are silly, like this oven. Tutorial: Messenger Bag from Cargo Pants Want to make one of these? From a pair of these? Here's the tutorial! Materials: 1 pair cargo pants (from the going to Goodwill pile of course)
You Have Just Been Poisoned Step #1: Clean bottom of glass PrevNext Moisten a paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe the bottom of the glass squeaky clean. Christmas I love decorating for the holidays. My favorite part is pulling out things I bought on sale after Christmas last year. I love how I forget about everything and then pull it out and go, "Oh ma gawh! LOVE IT!! I TOTALLY forgot about this!!!" Like these cute little treasures I scored from my mother-in-law's PRECIOUS shop... Shrunken Sweater Backpack Oh Noes! Your favorite knit sweater, shrunken by the forces of heat and water combined! Never you mind, as you can still wrap its loving arms around you with the cunning aid of RECYCLING! Ok, so this tutorial describes how to turn a regular unshrunk wool sweater into a nifty backpack with some purposeful alterations, but the same principle can be used to reappropriate your tiny knits. You're going to need: An industrial zipper.