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Black Bean Brownies
How to Make Homemade Kinetic Sand
I used a blue colored pencil since you said the blue just had to be wax based and it worked great :)
The Edible Bread Bowl
Vertical Daily Chess Board
Turn 2 Sweaters Into a Sweater Dress
DIY Cardboard Cat Scratch Pad Upcycled Produce Box
Easy Cardboard Cat Tower
The interior of the bags for the tortilla chips we eat happens to be white, so I washed one out, taped it to cardboard and boom. It's a bit fragile if you try to clean it too vigorously, though.
Upcycled T-shirt Apron
Dental Floss Sewing Kit Hack
Wow. This floor looks really cool. I've seen smaller projects coated with pennies, but not an entire floor. Seeing as not many people really use pennies, tiling the floor with them makes sense.
Make You Own Soroban Abacus
Easier than how I made mine. I was broke in college, so I used chopsticks I cut and glued together (there was a sushi place on campus). I'm out of practice, but I figured out how to multiply and divide on it (might've required my 17 row one).
Make Tracing Paper at Home
Fresh Gluten-Free Pasta
Cinnabon Copy Cat Cinnamon Rolls
Altoids Tin Palette
DIY Row Counter
Homemade Pumpkin Spice
Red Wine Brownies (gf)
Origami: Turning your Chopstick Wrapper Into a Tray at Asian Restaurants
Huh. I like to knit my dishrags personally, but I love the idea of using these for face scrubbies. I'm thinking this'll take up less room, too.
CROCHET SCISSOR COVER
I've done something similar for years. Old sheets, old clothes, whatever. I usually cut the sheets so it don't frey much.
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Hello. I have a similar problem. I know that I've favorited plenty of instructables but, when I go to click on the Favorites option on the drop down menu under You, all I get are comments I've made. Did a recent update happen requiring me to do something or all my favorites gone?
Probably should've clarified that I meant point proctectors for knitting needles. Bought a few that don't quite fit but they work on these chopsticks for some reason. I was going to glue on the bead but, after a quick sanding, it fits quite snuggly on the end. Might still glue it, anyway.
Handy little trick. I knitted haramaki (belly warmers) a few months ago, but then lost a few pounds. They're too big to fit snugly but not big enough to bother pulling it apart and re-kintting. This is the perfect solution since shawl pins tend to be pricey.
I'm thinking about gluing a large wooden bead or the like on one end to keep it from slipping off. A point protector seems to work for the pointy bit.
Nice color. I used tea. It left a nice brown/orange on it. I kinda like the lighter patches left by how I submerged my shirts.
Yeah, you can't really brush with dreadlocks, but that's okay. The aloe/alcohol mix was mainly a gel, so it was the convenience of a liquid without the fear of getting it in your eyes.
Hmm. Intresting. I remember using aloe gel and wintergreen scented rubbing alcohol back when I had dreadlocks. It was nice for days I didn't feel like wet hair half the day. Didn't realize they sold dry shampoo.
You might be able to find it on-line if no local shops carry it. Amazon has several brands of it. My guess is a natural/organic shop might have it. If a local supermarket has a decent selection of natural products, check there. I found some clays in one near me.
Quik Shawl (Chop Stick) Pin
How To Make Cold Porcelain
Mine and work your own clay
11 unusual uses for coffee
Natural Dying With Tea & Coffee
Altoids/mint tin mini watercolor paint box-NEW PROCESS!
Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls
Tote Bag Made Out Of Toilet Paper Rolls
Make a Coffee Bag Wallet & Friends for free
Peppermint and Lavender Foot Soak
Poor Man's Moccasins
Automated / Voice Activated Cat Feeder
Pencil/pen Roll Made From a Shower Curtain and Duct Tape
Oh, I do that on a smaller scale. I saved the containers from rubbing alcohol and peroxide and made little shelves for bathroom stuff and storing crayons. I also use salsa jars and corn starch containers to store spice I use a lot of, like thyme and tumuric.Nice to see other people do this as well.
Crazy Giant EYEBALL Bike Lights
Quilled Chess Box with Light
Frozen Coconut Oil Treats
Cat Litterbox Trunk
So You Drilled In The Wrong Spot
Easy Fast Way To Store Blankets
Make Yogurt by the Gallon without a Yogurt Maker
Sketcher’s Time Saver
Knit like a Viking! How to join rounds in nalbinding
crochet kimono: a formula
make your own cheap watercolor block
How to burrito fold a shirt
Milk Carton Pouf
Homemade Before-You-Go Toilet Spray
Led Pocket Watch, A Geeky One
DIY Upcycled Skirt from 2 Men's Shirts - No Waste Tutorial by upmade
Fast, Easy, Yeast-Free Vegan Pizza!
101+ Life Hacks Using Chopsticks
Discreet Electronics Organizer
Heat-shrink is not for Insulation Only
Pot Lid Organizer
How To Fold Bedsheet Sets into a "Bedsheet Bundle / Package " (works for Flat & Fitted Sheets, all sizes)
How to Dye Self Striping Yarn (without Special Tools!)
How to Make a Papier Mache Side Table
Dresser Platform Bed From Scratch
Viking Bread( AKA Hard-Tac, Cram & Survival Flatbread).
Make a Frame Loom for Weaving
how to weave on a cardboard loom
How to Make a Hardware Menorah
DIY Shelf Stable Energy Bars
Sand "Clay" - Preserve Your Sand Creations Forever!
Awesome snack! Chia pudding!
How To Draw a Face (Proportions Made Easy)
DIY String Art Tutorial
how to make charcoal pencils
A Real Book Rack
Pencil Holder Made of Fabric
Dark Beer Bread
Nutrition Complete Dorm Meal Balls and Bars
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