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You're welcome...thanks for your nice comment, Mickey.
Thanks Karen! I plan to make more as well :) AND I was surprised by how much even visitors like to look at all the pictures...especially our kids' friends.
Hi, Carlos... Yes, that's true...especially if you are using thinner frames or don't intend to stack them. I have SO many pictures (and they keep coming) so stacking is a must for me...BUT the less projection, the less they are able to lean and so I would risk them tipping forward.Really, ALL of the wood size is flexible based on preference :)
Thanks MRW. It definitely give us the ability to mix and match our collection... although I've seen it with all coordinated frames and that looks really nice, too.
Gallery Wall Photo LedgesView Instructable »
Wow...gives entirely new meaning to "playing with your food"!Really fun, incredible vision. You're very talented to have executed it so well!
THAT is a neat product! Thank you! (I'm actually looking to run these lights in the bottom of the closet, but I have a few places where this product would be perfect for us...thx!)
I could really use something like this in my closet but have no outlet, just a wall switch for a ceiling light... At the risk of sounding like someone who contemplates recreational electrocution, could this be (somewhat easily) hardwired into the switch or is that a job for an electrician?
Thank you Bill, Dubya, why, and James. Food for thought for when I'm feeling brave (and fed up with not being able to find my shoes). The buildmyown link helped clarify. Thanks, again!
Really nice job...a briefcase anyone would be proud to carry!
You had me at the cake, but Godzilla sealed the deal...voted!
Wow...what an incredible job! My DH had one of similar styling that he's carried for at least two decades...yours is even nicer! Beautiful color. What an extra source of pride (in addition to the job, family and sacrifice) to carry on your way to work. SUPERB!!
Whoa! This is sweet! Thanks for sharing :)
This is just plain cool! Voting!(Buffalo needs a TECHSHOP!!)
Thank you, Bizzy. And I never thought to use one INdoors ? I'd like to incorporate trailing plants to the center... But seems I ran out of summer!
Love the stone spray idea! That will look great.Also appreciate your feedback on my user (and blog) name. I often think it's likely to make people go "eeeew" rather than understand that its what takes up most of my cleaning (and complaining) time :) Tiki bar...how fun!
Love the stone spray idea! That will look great.Also appreciate your feedback on my user (and blog) name. I often think it's likely to make people go "eeeew" rather than understand that it's what takes up most of my cleaning (and complaining) time :) Tiki bar...how fun!
Hi, Cleanse! Thank you for the vote and the nice comment...glad you liked it!
Solar ChandeliersView Instructable »
You have my vote! Genius!
I went back and read the poem...lovely. Something I could spend more time rereading... Loaves and balls and balanced by a spell.... Thanks for directing me there!
Great tip, jtp! We keep learning... I'm sure there are more walls in our future; I'll keep that in mind :)
Two-tier Dry Stack Garden WallView Instructable »
I thought that might be the catch :) thanks...love this instructable...I have a thirsty lab who will love it, too!
Hey! This is great! Just curious: If you cut out the bottom of the bottle, would it be easily reloadable...or would that change the properties of the bottle too much for it to work (she wondered, clearly demonstrating both her laziness and her cavalier disregard for principals of science)?
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