The only damper on this parade of Awesomeness is that the instructions can be tough to read. So let's fix that.
Step 1: Open It Up
On the web there is infinite space to work with. In a magazine the writers get one or two pictures and a few hundred words to describe their project. To get the most out of their column inches, the folks at ReadyMade cram all the instructions back-to-back, forming one solid column of text.
This technique is annoying when reading because it's easy to get lost on the page. When actually doing a project and going back and forth from work to reading it's even worse. This affects me more than most since I've always had a hard time reading text on a page to begin with.
To make this easier, I like to add a visual aid so that my eyes don't get lost.
Step 2: Highlight
All you're going to do is highlight every even step in the process. So get started by highlighting the second step.
Step 3: Keep Highlighting
Less than a minute later you'll be done!
Step 4: Get Ready to Rock
It's a simple trick, but it's helped me out a ton in wading though all the copy.