The ULTIMATE Plumbing Tricks Guide (15+ Tricks)
Soft Buttery No-Knead Dinner Rolls
Amazing Cinnamon Roll Twist Bread
Canning Bread and Butter Pickles
DIY Plant Hanger - Lifehack
This truly makes me smile and chuckle. Very creative project! Love it!
Cut Glass Bottles Using a Soldering Iron
DIY: How to Make 6-Pointed Paper Snowflakes
I truly appreciate the information and video on this fire method. I will definitely practice this a few times to know I can do this if/when needed. Thanks!!
I buy old tools because I love the design and the made-by-hand history behind them, so to speak. Thank you for sharing the tutorial on restoration. Very helpful and inspiring. Time for me now to gather what I need to work on putting these tools - the planers are my favorite - back to work. :) Thanks, again.
Restoring a Rare Hand Plane | Stanley #4 1/2
3D Printed Kitten Wheelchair
Peggy is so lucky to have you and your friends to love. .... And visa-versa. :) Great job! Best to you all.
The Smallest Workshop in the World
Definitely inspiring. I appreciate that you share your the errors - I will know what not to do as well as what to do! Great job.
Build a Bed From a Sheet of Plywood
Great instructions, simple, straight forward project! Thank you! Perfect!
How to Make Skeleton Leaves
Tree Made Out of Recycled Plastic Bottles
Making Your Own Book
Painting Faux Shutters and a Picket Fence
Make PVC Look Like Wood
Water Table, for the Kids
DIY Book Page Rose
Excellent! Thank you for tending honey bees. :)
Mold Making & Casting Class
What a great project!! I have favorite Ts that I have put away to "someday" frame - just couldn't think of the best way to do that. I have never worked with epoxy in this manner, so will take a practice go at it first. You used a torch after the epoxy pour to remove the air bubbles ....? Can you suggest another way to remove bubbles without flame? Reading your previous comment/suggestions, I am going to glue down the shirt print, the frame, then pour. I don't trust myself using a torch for anything but creme brulee and am concerned about air bubbles. Thank you for any suggestion on my question and thank you very much for the very clear instructions and video! :)
Very creative! I love this project! :) Love the humane aspect. Very good video with instructions. Easy to follow. Thank you for sharing! ~ Chey
Thank you for the tutorial. My question for you: how do I know how much cord to measure for, say, a 18" finished necklace or 6" finished bracelet? I appreciate any info you give on that. Thanks, again.