Instructables: exploring - living - decorating - home - featured Tue, 7 Jul 2015 06:44:29 PDT BLOX v1.01 Woven Tapestry For Beginners
Woven Tapestry For Beginners - More DIY How To Projects]]> Payge Bring new light to your home with the century old art of weaving! This is a super easy, beginners guide to making a beautiful woven tapestry. (Rainbow colors optional!) Supplies -Weaving Loom (I made mine with an old picture frame and 60 trim nails (30 on top and 30 on the bottom 1/2" apart)-Shed...
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Tue, 23 Jun 2015 17:26:44 PDT
Cedar Succulent Planter
Cedar Succulent Planter - More DIY How To Projects]]> andrea.arzensek Make this lovely succulent planter out of 3x3 cedar plank. Cut Your Stock to Length I had 1000mm (40'') long piece of 3x3 cedar so I cut in in half to make two of these.You can make it any length you need/like.Preferably use rot resistant wood for this project.If you can't find or buy it you can...
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Tue, 23 Jun 2015 20:58:52 PDT
Sawdust, it's glitter for Men!
Sawdust, it's glitter for Men! - More DIY How To Projects]]> al3may In this project we shall be ustilizing sawdust as man glitter!Let's transform some plain boring glass jars into some sawdust decor which would go great with that rustic farm house style theme. Gather your materials You will need something to Glitterfy in a manly way, for this I chose these glass ...
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Sun, 10 May 2015 22:33:46 PDT
Alice in Wonderland "Talking Doorknob" Mold
Alice in Wonderland "Talking Doorknob" Mold - More DIY How To Projects]]> physicsenthusiast "Sorry, you're much too big, simply impassable." "You mean impossible?" "No, impassable! Nothing's impossible"Here I'll walk through my process of making the Talking Doorknob from scratch. You need: Access to Solidworks (or some other 3D design software if you want to make your own) Access to a S...
By: physicsenthusiast

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Mon, 22 Dec 2014 16:19:04 PST
Easy silhouette/murals. no talent needed
Easy silhouette/murals. no talent needed - More DIY How To Projects]]> vatkin Hi,I'm going to show you a couple of ways to decorate your walls with a silhouette or an image of your choosing. These few easy steps require almost no artistic skills nor do they cost a lot to do.All you need is:-projector (you can also use an overhead projector for silhouettes).-Paint. I will expl...
By: vatkin

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Thu, 30 Oct 2014 06:23:40 PDT
Custom Switch covers
Custom Switch covers - More DIY How To Projects]]> ecsaul23 Spice up those boring old plain white light switch plate covers! Make your own! The beauty of making your own is that you can choose the image, the layout, and the colors as well as totally amaze your kids with your awesomeness.You will need: 1. Switch covers (I buy over-sized white plastic ones at...
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Sat, 11 Oct 2014 13:57:14 PDT
Nailed it!
Nailed it! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Bojarski Make a simple and easy, yet beautiful wall decoration. Material you will need NailsHammerYarn A wooden plank (make sure it is not very thick otherwise you may hammer the nails through it) Choose a text, image etc... 1. Choose a text or a picture you like and cut it out on paper. 2. Tape the ...
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Sat, 16 Aug 2014 14:39:37 PDT
Placemat Chandelier
Placemat Chandelier - More DIY How To Projects]]> eternalskyjump This is my very fist Instructable. It was a fun project that took about 6-8 hours to complete and was literally made from items in my apartment that I was initially going to throw away.Materials:1) 10 wooden coat hangers (the pant rods removed)2) Hot glue gun3) 3 all wooden place-mats4) Bed Bath & B...
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Wed, 7 May 2014 05:57:01 PDT
House Number
House Number - More DIY How To Projects]]> discovery3 This is a semi art deco style house number/address made from laser cut wood. It is an affordable, practical, safe, and fun project for people of any age. While the design I use is art deco style, my intention is to simply demonstrate a concept of how you can implement your own interests and ideas ...
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Mon, 15 Jul 2013 20:56:03 PDT
Giant Map Ampersand
Giant Map Ampersand - More DIY How To Projects]]> gmjhowe Recently I have been putting some time into making my studio a bit more presentable. Now that I can outsource all my messy work to Nottingham Hackspace I can focus on a more tidy space. When reading my new favourite blog Apartment Therapy I noticed a penchant for giant letters. As you can see from ...
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Fri, 4 May 2012 13:47:59 PDT
How to Make Candles
How to Make Candles - More DIY How To Projects]]> scottyxx I decided to make my own candles kind of on a whim after I was too cheap to spend $22.50 on a candle from a fancy bath store. I bought the most basic of basic supplied. This is the steps I followed on how to make the candles. If you want more instructions, or information on where I got the items che...
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Sun, 22 Jan 2012 17:21:22 PST
No-Sew Collage Pillow
No-Sew Collage Pillow - More DIY How To Projects]]> lockem This no-sew collage pillow is a cute and inexpensive way to spice up a boring couch. Because the pattern is affixed to the pillow via ironing instead of sewing, it's a fairly quick craft if you keep the design simple. The best pillows for this project come with a fitted removable cover, however any ...
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Wed, 28 Sep 2011 08:21:41 PDT
Make Your Own Genma vinil fridge decoration
Make Your Own Genma vinil fridge decoration - More DIY How To Projects]]> botanicals Easy steps to make a fancy vinil decoration for the fridge, the wall, or whatever you want to uplift. In this case we choose a character for the manga Ranma, the panda Genma. Materials and Tools Needed: - PC & Printer - Scissors/Scalpel - Pencil - Vinil or contact paper This its my first instruca...
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Tue, 24 May 2011 11:09:53 PDT
Convert a Broken Microwave into a Mailbox
Convert a Broken Microwave into a Mailbox - More DIY How To Projects]]> HenryBasenji Don't you wish you had a mailbox that was waterproof? One that would be large enough to hold small-to-medium sized packages? One with enough space to hold all your mail if you go out of town for a few days? Do you have a dead microwave oven? Yes? Then your wish is about to come true! Remove unne...
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Sat, 29 May 2010 20:12:41 PDT
Jar Clock
Jar Clock - More DIY How To Projects]]> scooter76 Here is a fun and easy way to make an unusual clock for your desk, office or just around the house. This project took me about 30 minutes to make and cost less then $5. I'll admit, it is hard to read the time, but it;s a great conversation starter, and looks neat and different at the same time. I...
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Sun, 11 Apr 2010 13:45:30 PDT
Easy Bamboo(chopsticks) place setting
Easy Bamboo(chopsticks) place setting - More DIY How To Projects]]> jianqiang Usually these are made from real bamboo branches/stalks but I thought, why not use chopsticks? Originally, I wanted to use disposible ones that you can just steal from restaurants, but I suppose I'm a little adverse to stealing? I just don't go to those restaurants very often. I was going to use the...
By: jianqiang

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Sun, 15 Feb 2009 19:05:44 PST