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  • LeslieGeee commented on edyson-'s instructable Old Chair Transformation3 weeks ago
    Old Chair Transformation

    Beautifully done Edyson!!!! I have an antique wing back chair that needs recovering and seeing your tutorial has helped me with some of my concerns. Thank you for sharing.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on bekathwia's instructable Vinyl Helmet Stickers1 month ago
    Vinyl Helmet Stickers

    Luke, With all due respect I think that most bikers know about your statement, and would agree with you. Unless you ride you cannot understand the love of it. Most riders are responsible, some are not. I am a 64 yr old woman that rides. I was T-boned by a person in an SUV that was on his cell phone making a left hand turn into me. He wasn't paying attention. I was in the hospital for 4 months had 13 operations on my left lower leg and foot, had an exoskeleton attached to my right elbow so that it would stay in its' socket, I was unconscious for a month and I do not remember the hit. HE WAS ON A CELL PHONE. Many things are dangerous, you can walk out your door and fall and get hurt badly, you can misstep and fall down your stairs. A truck or another car can hit you and you will be la...

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    Luke, With all due respect I think that most bikers know about your statement, and would agree with you. Unless you ride you cannot understand the love of it. Most riders are responsible, some are not. I am a 64 yr old woman that rides. I was T-boned by a person in an SUV that was on his cell phone making a left hand turn into me. He wasn't paying attention. I was in the hospital for 4 months had 13 operations on my left lower leg and foot, had an exoskeleton attached to my right elbow so that it would stay in its' socket, I was unconscious for a month and I do not remember the hit. HE WAS ON A CELL PHONE. Many things are dangerous, you can walk out your door and fall and get hurt badly, you can misstep and fall down your stairs. A truck or another car can hit you and you will be laid up for a long time..do you stop driving?? No you get back into your car and take one drive at a time and then make up your mind how you want to live your life. I think people should start taking responsibility for their actions instead of having to deal with those that talk about the dangers of living. I would rather die knowing I lived well than to die afraid of living, be well :)

    I ride and I LOVE this. You have no idea how many times I have mouthed the words "Put the phone down" knowing car drivers are not paying attention. I don't have a vinyl cutter but I bet I could improvise. Thank you for sharing. :)

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  • How to Make Stylish Kiridashi/Utility Knife

    Very elegant!!! Reminds me of a stylized horses hoof and foreleg. You made it look so easy to accomplish.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Left-field Designs's instructable 3D Printed Kitten Wheelchair1 month ago
    3D Printed Kitten Wheelchair

    What a good person you are. I was thinking maybe to extend the seat a bit under her belly so that you have another place to use a velcro strap around her body. That way not all the pressure of the strap is on the spot that connects to her tail. Also make sure the back end doesn't touch or cover how she relieves herself that way she can adjust how she goes without interference. Just a thought. You might also want to rethink the size of the wheels as she grows. Watch her move in your prosthetic for her she will tell you what needs to be done. This will sound crazy but think like a cat not a human. Her Vet may also have some ideas because he knows her anatomy better than I do. Thank your friends for taking her in, and thank you for being so kind.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on wold630's instructable Simple PVC Birdhouse2 months ago
    Simple PVC Birdhouse

    Very nice birdhouse, attractive and easy to make. Will be nice for gifts. Thank you for sharing/

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  • LeslieGeee commented on CHARLESCRANFORD's instructable Stairway Bookshelves2 months ago
    Stairway Bookshelves

    Beautifully done Mr. Cranford, but you forgot to show one step, how you attached to the wall securely. Did you locate the studs first and then attach through the "lip" that you attached to the back of some of the shelves?? Did you also stagger the "lip" attachment on every other section or did you attach each section to the wall, or did you just use toggle bolts to attach and did not worry about the studs. Thank you for your taking the time to answer.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on stvnishere's instructable Shou Sugi Ban Pine Cutting Board5 months ago
    Shou Sugi Ban Pine Cutting Board

    You have a GREAT sense of humor and the tutorial was interesting also lol. Thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on mikeasaurus's instructable Concrete Balloon Candle Holder5 months ago
    Concrete Balloon Candle Holder

    Beautiful!!! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Davethebrave298's instructable Ring Out of Old Piano String6 months ago
    Ring Out of Old Piano String

    Hello Dave, Great instructional. FYI, if you can find an old flat iron used to press clothes with a wooden handle you can take the handle off turn it over and use the flat part as your anvil. Make sure you can remove the whole handle also if you can't find a removable handle you can find someone that can remove it for you. This is what I have been using and it has been working well!!

    Hi David, I don't know where you are but I am in the States and at the time I only paid $5.00 for it. You have to look for the removable handle kind. I am pretty sure you will be able to find a removable handled one in an antiques shop so that you won't have to pay S&H. I found mine in a little hole in the wall shop. For a muffler I made a "pillow" for it out of leather and dry sand which helps very well with muting the sound. Wood will only amplify the sound unless you place the pillow on a small stump. Good luck and again thanks for the tutorial :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on jim_chung's instructable Jim's Rising Chair 9 months ago
    Jim's Rising Chair

    GORGEOUS chair!!!! Do you happen to have a diagram of the layout of the pieces according to size? That would be helpful :)

    Thank you Jim :) The additional info is most appreciated.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on BrittLiv's instructable Deadpool Knife Block9 months ago
    Deadpool Knife Block

    Britliv, EXCELLENT!!! I love Deadpool. I hope you can register your design and possibly have it made for sale. You did a wonderful job on it. There is nothing out there like this. I would get in touch with a lawyer who deals in licensing brands. " I wanna shoop baby shoop"p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica}

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  • LeslieGeee commented on tomanek007's instructable Clumsy House Decorator Costume.12 months ago
    Clumsy House Decorator Costume.

    This is one of the most creative things I have seen, you have also given me my laugh of the day. Good job and thank you for sharing !!! :)

    This is one of the most creative things I have seen, you have also given my my laugh of the day. Good job and thank you for sharing !!! :)p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica}

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  • LeslieGeee commented on amisiak's instructable DIY Tracing Light Box for Under $20.1 year ago
    DIY Tracing Light Box for Under $20.

    Great idea. Your box lid looks to have an indentation which would accommodate a piece of glass cut to size. You can add velcro strips to the glass corners and to the cover so that it wont fall out or off. Glass is inexpensive enough to get a sturdy thickness :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on That Redhead's instructable Harry Potter Floating Candles!1 year ago
    Harry Potter Floating Candles!

    Hi GREAT idea!!!! Thank you for sharing :) I have one suggestion. Instead of using screw in eye hooks in your ceiling that will leave marks why not use Command Hooks? They come in various styles and sizes. I have two hanging wooden dragon and bird sculptures from Indonesia and I hung them from my ceiling with the tiny clear Command hooks. Haven't dropped and if I want to move them I can take the hooks down by pulling on the sticky tape and no marks no holes :)command hooks - Google Search

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  • LeslieGeee commented on frazeeg's instructable How to Rubberize Moccasin Soles1 year ago
    How to Rubberize Moccasin Soles

    Hi Frazeeg, Great tutorial. I am wondering if you can paint the PlastiDip on instead of using the tray?

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