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Thanks for the comment, David. :) I hope it works out well! And, so far I haven't had any squirrels or other animals chew through this (luckily) and hope they do not! Good luck with your project and so happy you stopped by!!!
Thanks Lorant. Good luck with your upcoming project. So crazy to hear about trying to avoid kangaroos and wallabies! Makes me wonder if they are as common as deer are here in the states where I live. :))
Thanks 4DIYers! :))
I use arrowroot in all my gluten free cooking..it should work well :)
Thank you for this informative Instructable. I hope to use this in the future. :))) Looks delicious. I want to make one with Cherries.
I love this. Great job. The table is beautiful..at first I thought it was a chair. Either way, absolutely love it.
Love it. Looks amazing.
And you can include the video in your Instructable intead of linking out. :)
:) Yeah I don't blame you!
I think that might be an excellent idea to try. When using this in the past, I got the best reception when I flipped it around exposing the back (where I used to live anyway)..I think it would be great to add that onto the back.
One more comment here...I Just checked out your Youtube and WOW! You are incredible. I saw the desk build with the hidden compartment - stunning and love your style so much. I'm in awe. I know it's time consuming to post on here too - but I hope you keep posting on Instructables and sharing your projects.
You did an amazing job here. It looks a bit complicated, but I need one of these. I hope to come back to this and follow the instructions in the near future. I will favorite this and subscribe to your youtube channel. Amazing work!
That looks so nice - I love it! :) Wish I could make some myself!
That is awesome Barry. Did you have to make a larger one for the Rhubarb? We have some growing in our yard and it's pretty big. Great to hear other people have made a similar thing. I saw an image of something like this on Pinterest ages ago but never found a tutorial on it...so I did it myself.
Thanks for the comment Lorant! I see what you're saying with your idea. It's hard to figure out what to do - so you don't waste your time making a garden and having the animals eat it all. I also was thinking about using PVC..though I prefer to stay away from it - it might have been a cheap option. The fencing available at Menards is all pretty heavy and thick and not fun to deal with (ie: chicken wire). The bird netting I found on amazon (wish I found it before I bought this stuff from walmart) is much larger than the walmart stuff I bought...so it would save some time because I had to splice pieces together. :) Are you going to still build the garden beds for this summer? Hope it works out well!
Wow! You are so creative - I love this idea so much. :)))
No problem. Thanks for the comment. Hope it inspires some ideas. :)
Thanks deluges. :) That's no good about the cats. Yuck. :( We have issues here with bunnies and chipmunks..and sometimes raccoons. There are too many animals trying to eat all the growing plants.
Yeah that is a great idea - I love it. A mini greenhouse and it would be easier to attach to the frame! Thanks for sharing this idea. :)
This is so amazing Tarun. Those sticks look just like big pretzels we have here in the states. :) lol. I love love love bonsai trees and have one that my cat killed on accident - knocking it over. I loved it so much I hoped it would come back to life somehow...so it's still in a planter, dead. I must get a new one. And, when that happens, someday, I will make something like you did. LOVE IT!
So beautiful Tarun. :) What an incredible gift to give someone. Amazing.
I know! I miss you so much on here. :) It has been way way way too long and I am going to try to get back into posting regularly. I got a bit distracted with some other stuff. I love your Instructable and I voted for you and hope you win. These look insanely delicious!
Thank you so much!
:) Thanks! Hope it keeps the animals out of the garden!
Tarun, these look delicious!
Excellent Job! I also do leatherwork and love seeing some amazing quality creations like this. :) Love the style. Awesome first instructable!
Wow. That balancing nail puzzle looks fun! LOVE IT! So many ideas :)
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Psychadelicate - awesome name! I LOVE your kitty pictures and so happy you made these. I need to make some more now myself! Thank you for sharing your photos and your cats are gorgeous!
This is so cool...I love it!!!
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Awesome! I just bought a raspberry pi and installed retropi and love it!!! My setup wasn't really complicated..eventually I will build something for it so I can put in the garage.
Amazing! Great job! So detailed! How long did it take to build?
Yuck! Awesome job! Wish I saw this so long ago! great job!!!
4 years later - thank you so much - I love looking back at these photos. Kids (and cats) grow up too fast. :) You are so sweet!
Oh my gosh I feel so horrible and wish I had seen this earlier. If you see this and want it, please message me!
I'm so sorry for not seeing this sooner - yes I think I understand you correctly - then yes, to sewing the top part front and side together. I am sorry it wasn't clear. I hope you got it figured out since you posted this a long time ago and sorry I didnt' see this.
Thank you so much!
Aww thank you!!! :) It does sound like fun!
This is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing. :)
You are amazingly creative! Great job!!! Look forward to seeing more creations.
Cute I remember making these as a kid...1980s (or 90s?) is back! LOVE IT!
And the dynamite explosion was priceless....Katie's reaction was so funny.
Great instructable! Voted for ya! Love the flag - I want to make one too! Great job!
Thank you Jennifer!
Hi there! What do you usually use for egg substitutes? If I find an alternative that works, I will let you know.
I don't think it should matter - I think I used a mix of different types of thread and it was fine. :)
Ooops - I meant if it gets to too high of a temperature (through cooking too long) it will become a brittle. :)
Yeah if you cook it too long it will be come a brittle of sorts. I did that also - my fault! I should have known better as I make hard candy ...but it was still delicious! I will be making it again soon for my son!
I can have it sometimes...but I will pay for it in stomach pain and issues! These look so worth it! :) Anyway, I will make them for my son, hopefully this weekend. They look incredible. :)
You are AMAZING. I WISH I could have dairy. I think I will need to make these for my son though...he begged me to buy store caramels the other day and I didn't get them! Lol..I would rather make him some!
The dress is gorgeous and so are you! :) You look like that actress! :) ..just forgot her name! So beautiful! Amazing sewing skills!
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Great job! Awesome and useful instructable! :)
also, thank you for this sketch - I didn't see this earlier!!!
Wow!!! I cannot believe you made this. The carvings on it remind me of leather tooling. I really hope you keep making videos and Instructables. I just followed you on YT. If you keep creating like this, you will have a huge following on there and here. I hope you share your techniques - broken down - in depth...if possible. :) I am so fascinated that you made this. If someone made something like this for me - I would keep it for life and take such good care of it. How long did it take to make? Did you give it someone? :) Thanks for this amazing Instructable.
Thank you for such a nice reply! I'm even more amazed it took 12 hours to make it. I'm sure video editing takes a long time too! I know it does for me! I think it's great you made it for yourself! It's incredible!!! Can't wait to see what you make next. Do you do other stuff with wood, I mean, building things? I made a dresser months back...my first big woodworking project (it's posted on instructables)...now I am addicted! I want to keep learning..and learn some of your techniques! So, thank you!!!
I did not see this comments till now..I will still reply! LOL...The acrylic paint dries extremely, extremely fast. When I was working on small sections of the face, it would dry almost "too" fast - that is what makes it incredibly difficult.
Thanks so much!
Thank you so much...I did not see this comment until now!
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These earrings are ADORABLE! Great excuse for eating ice cream too! :)
Creative and all-natural! :) I LOVE IT. Lots of book stores throw away books - I know, what a waste. They rip off the covers so you can't bring it back and return it..if you find it in the dumpster...those books might be good for making planters out of.
Thanks so much Penolopy!!! They are easy to make!
You two are amazing! I LOVE YOUR TIP to avoid the food dyes...I needed it! Another tip to add to that - I once bought powdered beet root. It is a deep, beautiful color in powder form. The taste is mild. It can be used as a natural dye also.
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I LOVEEEE the colors...and for your guinea pig? Awesome!!!
Amazing job Deborah! I wish I saw this comment sooner. I LOVE the colors!!!! WOW - yours look so nice!
My comment is two years later...but you did an amazing job and your cat is Adorable!
Wow. This is SO beautiful! I need a planer! I love it so much. I hope to make one in the future. I have voted for you and favorited this! Thanks for a great, clear instructable.
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