DIY - Paperikuusi / Paper tree. 27 Practical And Ingenious Gadgets For Kitchen. We’re all familiar with the basic utensils and accessories we usually need in the kitchen, things like knifes, cutting boards and can openers.
But there are many others you don’t know about or you’ve ignored until now. They have each been designed for a specific purpose: to make our lives easier. Advertisement 1. Egg Fry Rings If you’re the type that likes everything to be just perfect, you’ll appreciate these egg fry rings. 2. There are many different types of egg yolk separators. 3. 3-in-1 Egg Slicer Another very useful item is the egg slicer. 4. Kids can be very picky when it comes to food and if it doesn’t look good they won’t eat it. 5. Making poached eggs is not extremely difficult but it requires all your attention and skill. Simply organized: DIY office organization - with Martha Stewart. I've been having so much fun this week setting up my new home office with my Martha Stewart Home Office supplies that i can't believe it's thursday. already!?
I'm going to do something i normally don't = share a quick before and after shot of the office shelving. yes. before i've even shared how i diy'd my way through wednesday afternoon and stressed over every little accent placed on the shelving. guess i'm too excited. tomorrow you'll get the detailed shots, but have a glance at this... can you spy the differences? Seventeen Sneaky Secret Hides. 01/17: Door-Top Stash, Sean Michael Ragan (link) 02/17: Plywood Secret Compartment, Yi Ting Ching (link) 03/17: Easy Hidden Pocket, Instructables (link) 04/17: Dead Drop Device, Brian Dereu (link) 05/17: Single Book Safe, John Edgar Park (link) 06/17: Stack-of-Books Safe, Matt Maranian (link) 07/17: Junction Box Stash, Derek Diedricksen (link) 08/17: Secret Breakroom Beer Stash.
Japanese Packaging Templates - Best Used With Card Stock or Color Paper. I’m not sure how I discovered this awesome collection of packaging templates but I’m glad I did!
Some professor or student at a japanese univeresity was nice enough to share all their packaging templates with the world! Make A Frabjous. George W.
Hart is a professor at Stony Brook and is one of our favorite artists, making a wide variety of stunning geometric sculptures. On his of his many works that has particularly captivated us for some time is a sculpture called Frabjous. When we realized that George had posted a template for this sculpture we dropped everything, grabbed the cardboard and hot glue, and raced to build our own.
You’ll need papercraft type building materials: Paper, cardstock, or cardboard, and tape or glue. Also good scissors and/or a hobby knife with sharp blades. You can download the PDF template for Frabjous on its web page. The sculpture is made out of 30 identical pieces, with this S-curve shape. Cut out your template at your scale of choice.
Priemonės.2. Vienas apskritimas ir keturi taškai.3. Visualize Your Home. Crazy paper thing. Radical possibility: Easy Anthropologie Confetti Tumblers. Thank you all so much for such amazing feedback and for helping this project circulate all over the internet!
My cups have held up pretty well due to not being used too often (they are currently just holding bobby pins in my bathroom) but several readers said after a little wear and tear, the paint comes off. Other readers have found that using paint specifically for glass leads to a much longer life! In the comments, readers have specifically stated that Martha Stewart Paints and DecoArt paints have lasted the best. I have used both, and love them both! The process of making them will remain the same, but these products should help prolong the life of your glassware. xo, z Here's the thing about Anthropologie; everything is gorgeous. Let the knockoff begin! The internet taught me that I can use acrylic paint on glass as long as I seal it afterwards, so thats what we are going to do here. In true knockoff fashion, I did one rainbow confetti, and one each of red and blue.
Xo, Home Organization Ideas: Up and Away. Piedmont craftsman features custom features, central location. After calling it home for more than four decades, Jim Hoelter and his wife, Denny Hoelter, are putting their renovated Craftsman residence on the market.
The couple originally bought the property in 1971 when it featured a cottage built in the 1940s. In the 1990s, the pair began rebuilding the entire home after their children moved away. Now the two-story home has a master suite with private balcony, spacious kitchen with breakfast nook and thoughtful build-ins throughout. "They always ask us why we waited until they left to do that," Hoelter said, adding that he and his wife are putting the home on the market because they bought a home in Sonoma to be closer to their children and grandkids. Located one block from the center of town, this two-story Craftsman home provides seclusion on a large lot and a convenient location.
"It's close enough to schools where kids can walk," said Anian Pettit Tunney of the Grubb Co.