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Stacked Paper Jewelry
In Conclusion & Going Further
Single Braid Half Updo
Crossing Over vs. Crossing Under
Chopstick book binding
Fabric Origami Cube Earrings
"Invent" a color chart
Easy cardboard sketchbook
Kitty Play Room
Southern biscuits better than any can!
Would it be crazy to use a steel cable instead of this plastic trimmer line? Just thinking it might last longer, and also where does the line go when it runs out? Into tiny pieces in your lawn?
Sun Print Wall Hanging
I love your ideas!! Have you considered changing your instructable to say natural flea repellant for dogs? I only ask this because of my journey with fleas in a multiple pet household in a really flea/tick dominant part of the country (Houston) where we don't have much winter usually. I've not had a problem with fleas before this year for about 5 years. I like to use natural elements as much as possible. However this year there was no winter cold and suddenly even though doggies and kitties are mostly indoors, I had fleas BIG TIME. When I noticed, I did the natural route for several weeks (your solution and a few others) and learned quickly that cats are VERY different as far as dogs and are more sensitive to essential oils. However when most of my furry friends started pulling out their hair (dogs and cats) and the cats were sitting on the highest perch possible even though it meant they would fall off of their perch over and over again, I did the responsible thing and went to my vet and got the best topical/oral flea medication I could get- in my case both as I have a Great Dane who the topical doesn't fit so well and a semi-feral cat whose only option is topical on the sneak. I think your flea collar idea is a flea repellant? for my area. It will work for most populations but the mostly tropical areas like Houston. I wish there were a natural flea collar for these areas. (And by the way growing mint is one of the easiest gardening things ever, it will usually take over!! You could grow your mint !)
A strangely addictive braiding wheel
A vintage apron inspiration
This was an awesome article. I appreciate the context being art and yet the content could apply to any life lesson. Thank you
Oh bother, I've got a hole in my jeans
Yo-Yo Mama Mania
making it today
so cute i love them
Faux metal planters
No-Bake Gingerbread House on a Budget
Teacher Tasks Organizer Notebook
A Re-Purpose Driven Life
Ribbon and tape holder from dry cleaning hanger
Composition/spiral bound Notebook Up-do
(Not underwater) Cardboard Basket
Take-away-bag Duct Tape Flag
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