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CL contributing editor Ryan McPhail reveals his method for creating a stealthy bar from a cast-off chest of drawers. Step 1: Measure the inside of a dresser drawer to determine its width (from side to side), depth (front to back), and height (base to top). Step 2: To create a middle divider, use a jigsaw to cut a piece of wood that measures the depth of the drawer and slightly less than its height.
Plastic Cups Outdoor Light Fixture : This modular structured system is created using plastic cups and paper clips . "In day time it functions as natural light source lighting and at night time it functions as light fixture with 220 volt light bulb situated inside the system." Plastic Cups Dress : We have quite a few dresses in the past, but this one is really cool.
Recycled Market | Reduce, Reuse, Reinspire, Recycled. The first online marketplace to buy, sell and find all things recycledRecycled Crockery Bird Feeder Ideas Unwanted crockery pieces, donated to thrift stores and found in flea markets across the country, are always in abundant. Not many of us reach for a cup and saucer, when we make our morning hot beverage, which leaves many pretty crockery pieces, such as the matching floral cup and saucer, redundant. Both cup and saucer, can be re-purposed into beautiful little bird feeders, here are some examples:
it’s not every day that you find a clever way to reuse something from the bathroom, but tali from growing up creative had a simple but beautiful idea that lets you reuse toilet paper rolls. whether you’re looking for a fun afternoon craft to do with little ones or just want to find a way upcycle old toilet paper rolls, this is a perfect afternoon project. i’m tempted to spray paint them in metallic colors to make a holiday-style arrangement… CLICK HERE for the full instructions from tali below! Materials: Toilet Paper rolls Scissors White glue Stapler Paint + brushes Glitter Laundry pins Steps:
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When I was a kid we had a bird feed that fit right in the window (just like this one !). It had one-way glass with a mirror on the bird side. We would sit and eat our breakfast while the birds sat only a foot away eating theirs.
Spring is edging closer and closer. Before you know it, rain will be abundant along with wellies and umbrellas! Yes... a see of boring umbrellas. Or not? How about you follow along and see how to make your own prettied up ruffled umbrella! PS, it cost me only $2.25 to make this.
There is something special about the tricks and tips people come up with to turn old or useless objects into something fresh and useful. Turning an old gadget or piece of furniture into something completely new is a great way to extend its life, and here are some of our favorite conversions from the last year. Top 10 Ways to Turn Your Retired Gadgetry into the Technology of the Future With the rapid progression of technology each year, it's easy to accumulate a pile of obsolete gadgets that you just can't bear to get rid of. Here's a few of the best ways you can still get use out of those gadgets and repurpose a pile of what might otherwise end up in the landfill. More »
Wine crates have earned their place as a DIY mainstay and here at Apartment Therapy we have virtually written the book on creative reuses. Check below the jump for the details on 10 wine crate projects from our archives. 1. Wine Case Recycling Use #37: Litter Box 2. Wine Crate Shelving for Bathroom Storage
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-125283" style="margin:0 0 10px 10px;" title="SkillBuilder158px" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/skillbuilder158px.jpg?w=158&h=158" alt="" width="158" height="158" align="right" /> Those of you, um, enthusiastic enough to remember Star Trek IV may recall the scene embedded above. If not, let me set up the clip: The crew of the Enterprise has gone into the past to retrieve some whales, OK? And take them “back to the future,” to coin a phrase. But Scotty has a problem: He needs stuff to build a giant whale tank on the ship, but he has no goods to trade with, because, you know, in the future they only work to better themselves and nobody but a Ferengi would stoop to carrying money around.
During my idea drain, many of you were kind enough to suggest some projects that you have enjoyed. One of them was from: I immediately went over and checked out her post. Miraculously my brain turned back on and I remembered this post from 5 Orange Potatoes . 5OP used glitter glue in her project. We didn't have any so we used my favorite Mod Podge.
What you need: Toilet Paper Rolls- the number depends on how large your creation will be Tacky Glue Scissors Spray Paint 3M Wall Mount Squares Patience :) Gather toilet paper rolls. I used about 28 rolls for this project. Paper towel rolls count for approx. three regular sized rolls. Squish your rolls Cut slices of the roll to desired thickness.