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That is utterly amazing! I never thought of having anything under the tree except a train set. I will definitely try this when we get a full sized Christmas tree again. Thank you for sharing this wonderful instructable with us.
I LOVE this! When I was a kid, I made a Barbie house for my younger sister. I got a big kick making the furniture, and my sister and her friends loved the great big house. I found that the caps to aerosol cans, like for hairspray, were really useful for lampshades, occasonal tables, etc. Scraps of velvet (Mom sewed, giving me a wealth of fabric scraps for such things) made awesome carpeting. I used an old scrap of lace for curtains,and glued a picture of a landscape covered with clear plastic from a package as a window. If you don't have a source of fabric, a thrift store can provide all you need. Anyway, have a great time making the vacation home!
That's amazing! I cannot imagine how many years it took for you to become so talented. Thank you for sharing this wonderful instructable with us.
What a beautiful knife! I know I would be thrilled to have such a knife, and if we had woodworking equipment at all, I'd follow your instructable. Thank you for sharing this with us, and you have my vote.
Beautiful. I am sure that your grandbaby's parents will treasure your thoughtful creation. However, I hope that they are more selfish than I was with my daughter's baby furniture. Her grandparents gave her beautiful things, including a gorgeous carved oak cradle. After she was born, we knew she was going to be an only child. So did everyone who knew us, and they asked to borrow the furniture. Things were passed from our friends to their friends to a whole group of people we never met. After all, our daughter was an only child, so "she didn't need it."Needless to say, the items never came back. I regret the loss of the things my in laws and parents gave to my daughter, especially now that she is grown and might want kids of her own someday. Perhaps you could share my story with...see more »Beautiful. I am sure that your grandbaby's parents will treasure your thoughtful creation. However, I hope that they are more selfish than I was with my daughter's baby furniture. Her grandparents gave her beautiful things, including a gorgeous carved oak cradle. After she was born, we knew she was going to be an only child. So did everyone who knew us, and they asked to borrow the furniture. Things were passed from our friends to their friends to a whole group of people we never met. After all, our daughter was an only child, so "she didn't need it."Needless to say, the items never came back. I regret the loss of the things my in laws and parents gave to my daughter, especially now that she is grown and might want kids of her own someday. Perhaps you could share my story with your child so that your great grandchildren might use the changing table someday. And thank you for sharing your instructable, I really appreciate it.
Slanted Ceiling Closet
I assembled a bed for my daughter from Ikea, and had to add loads of additional hardware and glue before I thought it was sturdy and safe for her. I wish I had seen your instructable first. I could have made her bed with less aggrivation and for (probably) less money. Thank you for sharing this instructable, it was very educational.
Your work is amazing. I've always wanted to have a library with shelves like the ones in your instructable. Once the kiddo moves to her own place, I will try to make her room into that library, presuming I am not in a nursing home by then. Thanks for sharing with us.
I am having a good bit of trouble understanding your instructable. A drawing showing the measurements of your table would help a great deal. Thank you.
Gorgeous! What a way of making lemonade when life hands you a lemon.
That looks wonderful, but will it be sturdy enough to stand up to adults leaning on it, or kids being silly? You said the material is weak -- is it really strong enough to be a railing? If so, it's a heck of an idea. Thanks for sharing and writing this instructable.
Cactus Pin Cushion
I Love this! It's far nicer than any tomato pincushion I've ever seen. Thank you for posting this instructable.
Lost Glove Owl
I love this. If you see a parliament of owls in your neighborhood, and most of them are in shades of purple, you'll know that I am taking advantage of your beautiful directions. This is one of the coolest instructables I've ever read. Thank you.
Beautiful! Thank you.
cotton candy machine
Beautiful! I cannot paint to save my life, but I can probably manage a stencil. I'll have to get some cheap glasses to practice on.Thanks for the lovely idea!
Leo is adorable, but you are confused. He is your Supervisor, you are his Assistant. As time goes on, he will be sure and make it clear to you. Mine sure did. (Oh wait, Assistants are paid, aren't they? That may change my job title substantially) Great project, thank you for sharing. I am more like a Grandma than a Mama but I will definitely keep this in mind if/when I need it. Thanks again!
I love the idea, but would probably want a more aged look. I think I'll look for Christmas carol sheet music and if necessary, I can always tea-dye the paper to make it look old. Thanks for the idea!
Thank you! I was tearing up a locla drugstor this morning for a lip scrub, but was unsuccessful. I kno what I'll be doing tomorrow. I have rose oil, which I think will be very nice, as long as I don't use too much.
Congrats on making such a lovely table. Can you put up a picture of Mom's table when it's finished? Thanks for sharing this cool Instructable.
What a cool, uniqie design! I was trying to count all the triangles instead of following the instructions, but had to say that your instructions are clear and complete. Thank you for sharing your instructable.
Those are lovely, but where do you get the free bags? I don't see anything like that in the market where I shop. When I buy a 25 lb bag of flour, it comes in a paper container, just like the smaller sizes of flour. Same for the rice, which comes in a clear plastic bag.
Sounds delicious. I think I'm going to make a "virgin" toddy, without the bourbon. (Love how it tastes, but meds and alcohol don't mix) I think the maple syrup will add a lovely taste to the chai. Thanks for the great recipe!
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p.s.: you can simply ask for a few rose leaves at the floral counter of your supermarket. I do stuff like that all the time and they've never refused me. That's either because I ask very nicely or because they're used to the requests from the crazy lady who asks for leaves. ?
Wow. I've been cooking forever, but this is something completely new and different, as well as gorgeous! I know what I'm making for my family and friends on Valentines day. This is an over the top present that won't leave me broke. Thank you for sharing this cool instructable.
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So cool, and I hope your wife was/is delighted with her Kitty Farkle dice. These are wonderful and the blinking lights are cool in an oh-so-geeky way which makes me jealous not to have thought of it first. Great project and thank you for giving me the confidence to try something similar once the holidays are over.
very lovely. Thank you so much for sharing your way cool project. It's making me think of some really cool post-Christmas ideas along this line. A snowflake for winter or a heart for Valentines day would be very cool in my front window. Thanks again!
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Thank you. I bought the equipment for this quite some time ago, but never saw a lesson that was as clear and understandable as this is. I'll have to dig the items out of storage and give this a try.
Thank you. What a useful instructable. I've been embroidering forever, but this is the most clearly written article I have ever seen on the subject.
Wow.I would make sure that this lovely Tardis is very well secured to something that isn't goinrg anywhere, like a large tree. It would be terrible if someone nasty decided to liberate your lovely creation.
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Thank you for the amazing idea! I'm sure I could add another row of tables to accommodate our King bed, even if there is a slight border of tables, it should look nice. I am curious about your sleeping bag/mattress. I can buy an inexpensive Queen mattress online for well under $100, which is less expensive than two decent adult sized sleeping bags. However, it also seems to be a priority that you be able to move in your small car without assistance. If so, the sleeping bag probably works well. Thank you again.
What gorgeous ideas! I only wish my tiny apartment had room for a whole bunch of these little tables. If I tried, I supposed I could make the inserts removeable, so I could swap them out at will, or when the plants died, whichever came first. Thanks agin for some terrific ideas.
What an amazing hack! I dare anyone to pick out your sofa from a bought one at IKEA. The fabric printing was especially ingenious. Did you get your canvas as dropcloths or in a bolt as painting canvas? Both have been good sources of cheap canvas in the past, back when I needed such material. At any rate, thank you for sharing such a wonderful instructable.
I know that this is not a prompt reply, but I just saw your question. Be sure that the glue you are using does not generate too much heat while curing before using it in your mouth. You could do great damage to the roots of your teeth because of too much heat. I would check while gluing a couple of pennies together while I held them. If the pennies get too hot to hold, then I'd avoid using the glue in my mouth. Good Luck!
Love this Instructable, and can confirm that they work as written. Thank you for compiling this list and publishing it. I'm sure that most people will find it very helpful.
Concrete to Wood - Kitchen
gorgeous project, a huge improvement over the concrete. I thought that the concrete was nice, but this is even better!
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Great Job! I would have never looked at kitchen chairs and made little tables out of them. Very creative.
What a beautiful box, which will surely be treasured for a lifetime (or even longer). Your in instructable is wonderful, giving directions and pictures that can walk even a newbie woodworker through the project. With care, if they follow your very detailed directions, they too can have something beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
It cost $112 and you still have a reciprocating saw, that you can use on your next misadventure. Your tale sounds a lot like the one where I kick plumbing butt, except you don't swear. My SO woke me one morning after months of my asking him to fix a leaky toilet to tell me that I needed to call a plumber, pronto. The entire bathroom was flooded. I had to go to the orange box store, buy everything necessary to put a toilet on a new wax ring and add a shutoff, and spent a productive morning fixing things. I was stoked that I could do it, so I then put in the washing machine hookups I'd been waiting for since the last ice age.SO came home and asked what I had done with myself that day, since I didn't go to work. I was far more gracious than I thought I could be, and the SO had to take me ...see more »It cost $112 and you still have a reciprocating saw, that you can use on your next misadventure. Your tale sounds a lot like the one where I kick plumbing butt, except you don't swear. My SO woke me one morning after months of my asking him to fix a leaky toilet to tell me that I needed to call a plumber, pronto. The entire bathroom was flooded. I had to go to the orange box store, buy everything necessary to put a toilet on a new wax ring and add a shutoff, and spent a productive morning fixing things. I was stoked that I could do it, so I then put in the washing machine hookups I'd been waiting for since the last ice age.SO came home and asked what I had done with myself that day, since I didn't go to work. I was far more gracious than I thought I could be, and the SO had to take me to dinner. Congratulations on your plumbing success. It fees great to accomplish something that seems scary at first, doesn't it?
I love the desk. It has a nice design that you don't often see in "one sheet" projects.
I love these! Thank you oodles for putting up the instructions, I truly appreciate it.
Your material sounds interesting, but your Instructable would get a lot better response if you showed how to make the beads, rather than simply showing pre-made beads being strung. Most of the people who inhabit the jewelry instructables know how to string beads, from what I can see. But I haven't heard of anyone using your material, and I for one, would love to actually see it being used.
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