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  • LeslieGeee commented on KevinByrne's instructable Christmas Gone Wrong16 hours ago
    Christmas Gone Wrong

    This is TOTALLY off the wall GREAT!!! I couldn't stop smiling while reading your instructions. The whole display shows a GREAT imagination and execution. The reindeer is incredible. Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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  • Instructables Holiday Ornament - Icosahedron

    Thank you for sharing your well written tutorial and idea. This would be cute made from heavier stock and using non toxic glue to attach seeds for the birds to eat from. Thin wooden skewers for perches could be passed through the form for the birds to land on. They are not that heavy so I think the form would stay intact :)

    Another good idea Elaina. Maybe cut from gallon or quart milk jugs. To help with the bends use a heat gun if the fold doesn't stay.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on toolstogether_annaliisa's instructable The Butter Knife9 days ago
    The Butter Knife

    Thank you very much. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on toolstogether_annaliisa's instructable The Butter Knife10 days ago
    The Butter Knife

    Sorry for the confusion. I was thinking a PDF for the paper design.

    Very lovely first time project in wood. It is a great idea and an excellent tutorial. Thank you for taking the time to share it. I was looking for a PDF for your knife. I am thinking you have used it and have decided if the design is a good one and wouldn't mind sharing that also.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Cowgirlsnevercry2001's instructable CAT LLAMA COSTUME 6 weeks ago
    CAT LLAMA COSTUME

    Jack must trust you big time lol.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Works by Solo's instructable Mid Century Modern Concrete Lamp7 weeks ago
    Mid Century Modern Concrete Lamp

    ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!! I gasped when I saw the picture on the email. Well done!!!

    I just looked to see if you entered this in any of the contests and didn't find it. Please enter this so that we can vote for you :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on mikeasaurus's instructable Ghost Rider Costume7 weeks ago
    Ghost Rider Costume

    Kudos, well thought out and well executed!!!! Thank you for sharing your idea :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on macgeek's instructable Skeleton Stripper8 weeks ago
    Skeleton Stripper

    ^5 :) I hope you get many compliments on your Ghoul :X lol

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  • LeslieGeee commented on macgeek's instructable Skeleton Stripper8 weeks ago
    Skeleton Stripper

    Because, and I am not trying to be political here, BEING Politically Correct has been a mainstay for years. In a few instances it is correct but, PC has for the most part taken the fun and laughter and happiness out of a lot of things.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on macgeek's instructable Skeleton Stripper2 months ago
    Skeleton Stripper

    OMG TOO FUNNY. The kids won't get it but the adults will and that's ok. You have a great mind LOL!!!

    She needs those see thru plastic mile high stripper high heels if you can find them or just plain old red high high heels will do :) This made me laugh, good job lol

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  • LeslieGeee commented on alleshochladen's instructable Pumpkin Voodoo Doll2 months ago
    Pumpkin Voodoo Doll

    Love it, thank you for sharing. Would make a great door "hanging" :X :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Sahrye's instructable Vulture Lawn Flamingos2 months ago
    Vulture Lawn Flamingos

    LMAO. Always loved those awful lawn flamingos ( I have some ). NOW I love them even more thank you for sharing your idea :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ModMischief's instructable Baby-sized Iron Throne2 months ago
  • LeslieGeee commented on attosa's instructable Golden Zipper-Face Costume2 months ago
    Golden Zipper-Face Costume

    Great instructable, simple, inexpensive, and easy to do. Thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on PCaron4's instructable Halloween Flameless Candles2 months ago
    Halloween Flameless Candles

    Very nice tutorial and idea, thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on seamster's instructable How to Make Giant Halloween Spiders2 months ago
    How to Make Giant Halloween Spiders

    LOL creepy factor 10 out of 10 shivver. Thanks for sharing your wonderfully executed spider project.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on PCaron4's instructable Halloween Standing Mummy Prop3 months ago
    Halloween Standing Mummy Prop

    Very nice tutorial thank you for sharing :)

    Munizmoonkat hi, you can easily make a similar tree with rolled up paper and wire etc. Below I Googled some links for you.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ElkeMa's instructable How to Swear Like Shakespeare3 months ago
    How to Swear Like Shakespeare

    P.S. You have made my day lol!!!!

    If anyone takes offense to this post, They art as slime on a toad's back, as scurvy as the detritus between their toes, the dying breath of a festering fish. ( sweet smile )

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  • Organic Cauliflower, Onion & Bacon Squares

    Rhonda , I made this with the psyllium & broccoli. I also used my home made Adobo seasoning and a bit more of italian seasoning instead of the separate powders. I also added gobs of bacon pieces. You hit this out of the park with this recipe it is so GOOD I have to keep from eating the whole thing all at once. What I really like is that it doesn't have an overtly eggy taste. Thank you so much for sharing your creation with us, it is truly appreciated :)p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica}

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Stish's instructable DIY Mag Stool3 months ago
    DIY Mag Stool

    Nish, Great idea and a neat way how to stash magazines you want to keep neatly and not taking up bookcase space :) Thank you for sharing your idea.

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  • Organic Cauliflower, Onion & Bacon Squares

    Rhonda thank you for this recipe. I too am on a low carb plan and with a few tweeks mentioned above I think it might work for me :)

    TeresaM7 If you are doing extremely low carb you have to leave out the carrot. You might want to replace with broccoli. You also might want to replace the coconut flour with psyllium. I am going to try this recipe with the changes and maybe add some cheese with a cheese crust.

    lynn.c.berry you probably have never had organically grown and fed pork/bacon. The taste IS better than regular farm grown pork products. No nitrates, nitrites, no Monsanto GMO corn & soy products as feed. The containers you see in markets that are specifically made for microwaves are made because of the leaching of regular plastics. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on kenyer's instructable Home Made Sock Shoes4 months ago
    Home Made Sock Shoes

    AHHHHH ok you are in the Netherlands??? I think I found some in a store here in the States. Thank you for your prompt answer. I do not know when I will be making these. I have a billion other things I want to make and this just got in line lol.

    Agreed John. :)

    LOL John, I was thinking the same thing lol.

    Kenyer this is a great tutorial and I will make my prints and molds by hand :) I am the same as you for wanting to walk barefoot but I only do it in my house because you never know what is on the sidewalk. May I ask where you got the socks? Thank you for answering, and thank you for the instructable.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on JacobP117's instructable Popcorn Ceiling Removal Tool4 months ago
    Popcorn Ceiling Removal Tool

    Hi pgs 070947 see for yourself :)Search Results for asbestos test kit at The Home Depot

    ckoehler1904 and Jacob just an FYI, there is a home test for asbestos that is sold at Home Depot and Lowes for under 10$.

    Jacob, absolutely GENIUS. I am going to save your Tutorial for a later project. Thank yo so much for sharing :)

    Most welcome, I shudder when I see on another site people working with old painted doors, windows, shutters etc and try to inform them. I got one underhanded snide remark and the author of the post stuck up for me which was nice. People have forgotten about asbestos and what it can do. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Madebymitch's instructable Dresser Restoration4 months ago
    Dresser Restoration

    Mitch this beautiful piece of furniture came out wonderfully. I was a bit surprised that you didn't reuse the original hairpin legs by cleaning them with steel wool and then painting. I hope you didn't discard them. Thank you for sharing your process :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on seamster's instructable Make a Benchtop Anvil4 months ago
    Make a Benchtop Anvil

    Your anvil is simply BEAUTIFUL! Thank you for sharing your process.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on tony00m's instructable Hard Drive Clock5 months ago
    Hard Drive Clock

    Loooooooong time ago I used to make these with just the disk, the motherboard, and transistors from old CPUs, plus the clockworks.

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  • Turn Your Old Plates to Decorative Plates

    Beautiful work, thank you for sharing. My question, can the plate be baked after being finished to set the paint permanently?

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Bandarra2's instructable Toolbox From Reclaimed Materials5 months ago
    Toolbox From Reclaimed Materials

    Hello, Would it be possible to get a PDF of the named parts and dimensions? I am thinking of modifying it a bit by putting together with screws or maybe even dowel pegs. I am even thinking to use wood as slides for the dowels. I just need to see a relatively step by step instruction on construction. Thank you for your time and this was a great build.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on petachock's instructable Neutra Boomerang Chair5 months ago
    Neutra Boomerang Chair

    Beautifully done, thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on tody's instructable Rainbow Blue Chicken Pillow5 months ago
    Rainbow Blue Chicken Pillow

    Great tutorial thank you for sharing your idea! They are adorable! I agree with LVB on the 3 million other projects. Another to add to the monster list. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on drickman156's instructable Mario Planter Box5 months ago
    Mario Planter Box

    This is a neat idea I couldn't stop smiling, lol. Thank you for sharing. I was thinking that if someone wanted to make this but didn't have the tools to make the bricks ( HD or Lowes can cut the box base), you can use fake bricks you can apply with Liquid Nails or the like and paint if you want or get a sheet of vinyl brick paneling.

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  • Cherry & Resin French Rolling Pin

    You are most welcome :)

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  • Cherry & Resin French Rolling Pin

    This came out absolutely beautifully!!!!! If I may make a suggestion, you may be able to sand the pin down now that it has had time to fully cure and reapply another layer of the clear resin. Use FRESH resin in your next mix. Below is a troubleshooting site for resin which has a step for what seems happened to your piece. Good luck.

    The site didn't post for some reason. I will try again and if it didn't post again, try going to artresin.com and look for the troubleshooting page or just plug in resin troubleshooting in your search engine. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Random_Hooligan's instructable The Minimalist's Barstool7 months ago
    The Minimalist's Barstool

    Well done thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on edwardh12's instructable Biodegradable Pots7 months ago
    Biodegradable Pots

    Not to worry. Print is not a good medium for communicating emotion :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on edwardh12's instructable Biodegradable Pots7 months ago
    Biodegradable Pots

    If you do not have a 3D printer or access to one you can take two plastic Meow Mix cat food containers, papier mache', or what other biodegradable mush you want to use. Poke holes in one container to make a sieve with small hot nails. Fill with the mache' press the other cup in to form. Or you could use deep muffin pans and do the same thing to form the cups. Voila seedling cups :)

    Edward with the poking of the nail it might take a minute or two depending on how hot it is. A person can also get a small drill bit and drill the holes. Not many would be needed for the water to be pressed out :) The Mache' will be formed and it would dry. This suggestion is not to undermine your tutorial and idea but give an alternative for those that don't have 3D printers or access to them :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on JakeW118's instructable $40 DIY Cold Drip Coffee Maker7 months ago
    $40 DIY Cold Drip Coffee Maker

    Elegant design with well thought out and explained instructions. I especially liked the parts list and where to get and how much. Renaissance Wax Polish will help to keep the copper shiny and bright. It is used in museums to protect metal pieces. It is a bit pricey but worth it :)

    Most welcome :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on 14bwenger's instructable Cubbyhole Cabinet7 months ago
    Cubbyhole Cabinet

    Most welcome :)

    Great idea thank you for sharing. You can make labels for the oil/antifreeze jugs with a labeler that you can stick to the fronts above the handles. Would make it easier to identify what is inside :)

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  • How to Make a Polished Aluminum Foil Ball

    Hi Felix, Think of water that turns to ice. Just a different element and way to make a semi malleable material a solid shape :) Also think of it as working a very thin gauge metal, which it is, and shaping it into a different form. If you try to make a bowl please share your experience and outcome. If it isn't perfect that is ok, the trying is the essential part, and we might learn something which is always a good thing. Good Luck!!

    If working with foil makes your hands black ( experience) what does it do to your clothes?

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  • Building a Giant Baseball Chair (from 2x4s)

    You are a riot and a crazy genius to boot !!! I was looking at the chair and said OMG can you imagine if he made it into a rocker? Add 2 more bats in the front maybe, cross supports and wooden or steel rockers. I was also thinking if you want to keep it as a chair could you just add the two bats to the front and brace them? Maybe you thought of that and it wouldn't have worked out? The circular stand on the bottom to me at least throws (pun ha ha) the design off, to me should be larger in circumference and painted red or black or both. Liquid hand wash had a great idea to make it into a cooler too. the flat area on the top half could be the hatch and inside bottom area you could install a small cooler or make one to fit. Attach a small hose to the drain and drill a hole in an...

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    You are a riot and a crazy genius to boot !!! I was looking at the chair and said OMG can you imagine if he made it into a rocker? Add 2 more bats in the front maybe, cross supports and wooden or steel rockers. I was also thinking if you want to keep it as a chair could you just add the two bats to the front and brace them? Maybe you thought of that and it wouldn't have worked out? The circular stand on the bottom to me at least throws (pun ha ha) the design off, to me should be larger in circumference and painted red or black or both. Liquid hand wash had a great idea to make it into a cooler too. the flat area on the top half could be the hatch and inside bottom area you could install a small cooler or make one to fit. Attach a small hose to the drain and drill a hole in an inconspicuous area in the bottom half to drain the cooler. You could also add hinges to the hatch to keep open as you are taking your refreshments out and to help dry out the cooler area when not in use :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on DoiV's instructable Stool8 months ago
    Stool

    Thank you so much for the PDF file. Are the measurements in mm? if so they will be easy to convert :)

    Thank you so much! Are the measurements in mm? If so they will be easy to convert.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on DoiV's instructable Stool8 months ago
    Stool

    The design of your stool is lovely and thank you for sharing it. Could you please post the instructions in a PDF file for those of us that do not have your design tool? It would be greatly appreciated :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Lucasd136's instructable Keytool - 5 Tools in Your Pocket!8 months ago
    Keytool - 5 Tools in Your Pocket!

    Very nice and thank you for sharing, but if you have no access to a 3-D printer a plastic or wodden ruler might just be an alternative way to make this project :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on randofo's instructable Indestructible Photo Album8 months ago
    Indestructible Photo Album

    Lovely gift, and a great idea. My confusion is how the pages stay in the folder. Are the bolts threaded through the U channel and are the M2.5 taps a rivet to connect the U bolt to the piano hinges to the covers? Thank you for sharing your idea :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on diyperspective's instructable DIY Floating Night Lamp8 months ago
    DIY Floating Night Lamp

    Thank you for sharing your project. Well done and easily accomplished. Plus I love the "no exotic tools needed" approach :)

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  • Upcycle a Hard Drive Into a Clock

    I used to make clocks similar to these from the disk, and use circuit boards as a backing or stand and the transistors and other parts for the numerals for gifts. I stopped making them because I couldn't figure out (duh) how to open the hard drive cases. Never made one for myself so, thank you for posting this. I have a few old hard drives stored away I will now take them out and open them.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on aespie-whitburn's instructable Celtic Knot Walking Stick10 months ago
    Celtic Knot Walking Stick

    Well done Aespie-whitburn, thank you for sharing it came out beautifully :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on tomatoskins's instructable 20 Unusual Uses for Shop Tools10 months ago
    20 Unusual Uses for Shop Tools

    Wondering if this will work with a hair dryer set on cool.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on mikeasaurus's instructable Magnetic Apron Tie10 months ago
  • LeslieGeee commented on mikeasaurus's instructable Magnetic Apron Tie10 months ago
    Magnetic Apron Tie

    LOL you would never lose the magnets because they would stick to the side of the drum in the washer and the dryer :)

    Ratsdomino, my suggestion is to get some Apoxie Sculpt, form it into holders for the magnets and voila you have your closure. I would make my ties long enough so that the magnets are in front and not in back ....Good luck :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ShakeTheFuture's instructable Carrot & Cucumber Cutter (Julienne)11 months ago
    Carrot & Cucumber Cutter (Julienne)

    Glock27 that is why I suggest and I think one other person suggested PVC pipe :)

    Great idea!!!

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ShakeTheFuture's instructable Tin Can Hole Saw11 months ago
    Tin Can Hole Saw

    Great idea thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on spiderham's instructable Wire Clamping Tool ( DIY )11 months ago
    Wire Clamping Tool ( DIY )

    Hi Drake just read a recent post on this great tool that I never heard of. Then I found this Instructable and saw your post. Would it be possible for you to make a tutorial on your version as I do not have the experience of some or the tools to make. Thank you for considering this idea :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on mraaronhung's instructable Custom Cut Coin Necklaces11 months ago
    Custom Cut Coin Necklaces

    You can make anything from animals, birds, insects skulls, Asian and European Zodiac signs, It is all in your imagination and the internet is a great source. I was also thinking crests and emblems, such as the Tudor Rose. You don"t need to use coins all the time you can expand and get jewelers sheet metal in silver, gold...even anodized titanium would be great. Good luck:)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on mraaronhung's instructable Custom Cut Coin Necklaces11 months ago
    Custom Cut Coin Necklaces

    Lovely work, but, what drew me into reading the instructable was the picture you posted of what I thought was the finished product. I wanted to see how you attached the discarded pieces. I was disheartened to see that you did not incorporate the outside pieces into your final pendant which would have made it more interesting and would have become a conversation piece. You could have soldered wire pieces to the head and the discarded pieces to make it look like a blowout schematic which is what intrigued me in the first place. Might be a good idea for future reference.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Daniel Stabile's instructable The Beetle Bag11 months ago
    The Beetle Bag

    Daniel, lovely bag and great tutorial than you for sharing. I have an idea that may help you and others out if making something for the first time. Do not use leather. Make a mock up with either pleather or vinyl both are thick enough and malleable enough to imitate how the leather will fall in these types of applications plus the expense will be lessened. Hope this helps and is a good idea for what you are doing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on wold630's instructable Black Lemonade11 months ago
    Black Lemonade

    If you are concerned about using activated charcoal and still want to make this drink because it is cool looking. Go to Joann's Fabrics or Michael's Craft store and pick up some black food coloring. It comes in paste form and you can mix a bit in a little warm water to dissolve it to get the color you want :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on diycreators's instructable How to Make a $7 Floating Shelf 11 months ago
    How to Make a $7 Floating Shelf

    You can also make a towel bar that attaches underneath the shelves either copper or plumbing pipes for an industrial look :)

    Beautiful shelves and great tutorial thank you for sharing :)

    LOL better to be safe than sorry. Even If I use Command Hooks for something, no matter how light the object I am hanging I usually get the hooks that hold more. On an aside I have a 17 lb cat that when he lays on me he feels like he is 27 Lbs. Cats when they jump on something look like they land lightly but, if I am right the pressure of the landing makes the cat heavier. Ever press down on a floor scale and see the gauge go upward if you keep pressing down?

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  • LeslieGeee commented on gomer394's instructable Home-made Anvil11 months ago
    Home-made Anvil

    Beautiful thank you for sharing :)

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  • The Ring of Fire: a Cheap Steel Wool Pyrotechnic Display

    Tanner_tech no matter what the science (even though interesting ) this is really cool. Thank you for sharing:)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on imagellanic's instructable Circular Wood Resin End Table12 months ago
    Circular Wood Resin End Table

    Beautiful, thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on watchmeflyy's instructable Layered Wooden Sculptures12 months ago
    Layered Wooden Sculptures

    Susan, If you like making things try finding a picture of a simple mandala online and with your regular printers sizing tool, change the size to suit what you would like to make, then print out on your printer. You can then take them and trace the outlines to make your patterns and then transfer to whatever medium you want to make it from. That being said I am sure Watchmeflyy would appreciate your business since she is in school :)

    This came out BEAUTIFULLY. First I want to thank you for sharing and secondly being thoughtful in providing PDF's for those of us who have no access to laser or any other type of alternate ways of printing :)

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  • How to Reverse Sear a Perfect Ribeye Steak in the Oven

    Yummmmmm. Thank you for sharing. Unlike some of the other readers I never knew about this method. I would put the grill on high sear for a minute or two and flip and plate. LOL just call me Draculeena. Your method looks perfect!!!

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  • Bicycle Baggage Net From Old Inner Tube

    Well done!!!! This would make a great cargo net also for a motorcycle or even for the back of a truck. The technique reminds me of the gum wrapper chains I used to do as a child, but I never connected them. I am going to study your pictures to see if I can make the net. Wish you made a video on how to connect each piece to make a sheet of this weave, but I think I can figure it out :) Thank you so much for sharing your idea.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ThomasVDD's instructable NFC Ring1 year ago
    NFC Ring

    Very clever, thank you for sharing :)

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  • Scandinavian Christmas Gnomes From Socks

    These are adorable!!! If I may make a suggestion, the rice will attract critters when you store your gnome, and all your hard work may be ruined. You might want to try sand which you can get in your hardware store. Its dry and clean. If you are concerned about the sand sifting through the fibers of the socks just fill a plastic grocery bag with the sand and then put it inside the sock you make for the body. Thank you so much for sharing, I giggled when I looked at your pictures :)

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  • Sofa Reupholstery With Biscuit or Square Tufting

    Beautifully done. If I may make a few suggestions for your consideration. You mentioned you like minimalist/modern furniture. The sofa, even though tufted meets the expectations. I would consider taking the legs off and moving them closer to the ends, You made this adjustment in your sketch up plan and the sofa looks better and more balanced. You might add a leg to the center front and back. In well made furniture the legs in the middle of large sofas give more structural support. I wonder what the legs would look like in silver...might be a thought also. Thank you for sharing...and again BEAUTIFULLY done.

    If I may answer, yes you can tuft leather but it should be upholstery leather which is more pliable. Chesterfield couches which is what Martins couch resembles are usually upholstered in leather. You may not want as many tufts and the kind of tuft that Martin used. Look up how to tuft leather upholstery. There should be lots of hits for that, Good luck :)

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  • A Fun and Simple Wine Woodworking Christmas Gift

    Beautiful product and a great idea. I am wondering if tiny brass latches or similar would be appropriate for keeping the glasses from slipping out as you walk with it. Your build is gorgeous with the different woods but for a fast build and Christmas gift I bet any wood would look nice. Thank you for sharing.

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