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The Night Kite - A Glowing Box Kite
Hi, its high density fibre board :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HardboardYou can buy it from places like Wickes in the UK, or most hardware /DIY places.http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-General-Purpose-Hardboard-3-x-1220-x-2440mm/p/110107I made an instructable about how to form the bends, hope it helps you!.
Lavender Duck Prosciutto
thank you very much! One back at you for your night kite, I was waiting to see something that caught my eye in the paper contest.
That looks so cool
I know where your coming from, how can something that emits light be so hard to see......witchcraft....
That looks great, love to see something wasting away put to good use!
Thank you very much! Its not the first time I've been associated with uniqueness but thats usually for the wrong reason.
FiSHELF - the Fish Bowl Boo...View Instructable »
Good work, I'm sure you'll get great marks for your coursework!
Hardboard samurai armourView Instructable »
Great work, voted for!
Thanks, well done to you too!
How to Properly Care for a Betta
Does any body know if the transfer reacts to the wood being oiled or stained?
perfect! thanks for the quick reply!
Good instructable, thanks! I fancied it up a little with my dremmel.
thank you very much! My next project is incorporating your transferring photos to wood instructable.
How to Use a Router Planer & Surfacing Jig to Thickness & Flatten Rough Sawn Timber or Thick Lumber
Thanks, the camera on my phone really doesn't pick up how nice it looks. I would appreciate a vote in the tables and make it glow contests if you enjoyed it.
Thank you very much! Your acid blackened knife is cool too! A vote from you in the tables contest would be appreciated if you enjoyed the instructable...
Ive heard the name a fw times now, I'll look into them. Is it too early to add things to my christmas list?
Great idea and instructions thanks!
Viking Inspired Bearded Axe (no Forge)
Tree root table with custom...View Instructable »
Great instructions, I made mine using hardboard for the anti stab factor! Thank you.
Such a shame you you didn't make it for PS4 or it would have been perfect! :)
Retro/Rustic Shoe Cabinet DIY Tutorial
Easy illuminated spider gir...View Instructable »
How to Make a Pen With Coloured Pencils
Stranger pumpkthings - Demo...View Instructable »
Transfer Photograph onto Wood
so glad you won the lamp contest, well deserved!
Soldering 101: For the beginner
Secret Wood Rings DIY
Concrete & Upcycled Glass Lamps
thank you, it will be a sad world if I ever get fed up of meat and fire!
Cinnamon Honey Butter
Segmented Log Lamp
that's stunning. looks like I'll be raiding my dad's log store tomorrow!
scrap ends table
Pasta Making Class
The only cost was the sand and cement, I'm not sure how much the cost for the amount used on the BBQ was as I bought loads and used it for the patio too. As I said in the instructable I gave the best type of payment for the bricks, alcohol!
Keep your sink compartment organized.
Thank you, mine was prompted by some moss formally know as grass taking over a patch of my lawn. Post a photo of it on here when your done and Good luck!
Awwwww Gazza your too kind! Credit where its due, my Dad has always taught me to plan it out and measure twice and many other pearls of wisdom, it seems he finally managed to get through to me, it only took him three decades........Seriously though thank you for the kind comment!
Now that is what I call forward thinking!
Looks great and very good instructions, voted!
Tooling an Ammonite in Leather
thank you, it always goes down well with her friends.
when she gets older it will be converted to a sauna! ha ha! thank you.
I'll do any, happy to help!
Thank you very much! I have thought about fitting a couple of gate hinges to the bricks (the upright stud type) and having a steel door with a thermometer built in that I can lift on/off when I want it to be an oven. But I think with how well the fire bricks retain the heat I might get away without a door and just use a pizza stone.
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