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Live Off the Land : Survive With Edible Weeds
EMERGENCY PHONE CHARGING HACK
How to Make Tender Beef Jerky
Mitre Saw Station
Klepon (sweet, stuffed rice balls)
How To Make Your Own Sugru Substitute
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No Budget Strawberries
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How To Clean Out Long Dryer Vents
I've been doing this to my smaller shirts too! To make working with knits easier, spray your cut lines with starch first, then iron them dry- they won't curl under & will be easier to sew. Store bought, or homemade starch- it doesn't matter except for price, it washes right out. Now I'm off to vote for you*Homemade starch is 1 cup water, 4 teaspoons cornstarch. Stir/shake well
Halloween Crack Recipe
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Safe Tiki torch / water bottle light!
Make a Cocooned Body for Halloween display
Dead Easy Cream Cheese
Make a Map Book Using Google Maps
Unleash the Power of Your Router!
Skeletoque, aka the Skeleclava
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Plastic bottle lamp stand
Cheap and Easy Coffee Liqueur
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down and dirty screenprinting for under 10$
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