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  • DIY Driftwood Horse Sculpture How-To Build (Reclaimed Wood)

    BEAUTIFUL!!!! Thank you for sharing.

    Most welcome :)

    DAP Dynaflex Ultra 10.1 oz. Brown Advanced Exterior Window, Door, and Siding Sealant-18217 - The Home Depot This is a good one will flex with your sculpture. Good Luck :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on JavierL90's instructable Building a Tandoor From Scratch24 days ago
    Building a Tandoor From Scratch

    Javier, Simply put, BEAUTIFUL!!! I have a feeling that whatever you put your mind to , you will succeed. Congratulations on an art form well done :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on koubis's instructable Safari Glamping Tent4 weeks ago
    Safari Glamping Tent

    A wonderful build and I bet could be used for a regular camping trip minus the platform, but I bet one could be made portable with a little thought and the use of large diameter bamboo poles. I also would think a regular tarp could be used as the flooring and can be hooked onto the sides, front and back of the tent fabric to make a tub shape to keep water out. I await your instructable on the tent fabric pattern itself. I also wish you had more pictures of the set up of the cross beam and how you attached the tent to the cross beam the frame and side horizontal poles. Thank you for sharing.

    Koubis, Thank you for the additional pictures. I thought the tent was all one piece but it is two. The main tent which includes an attached roof with grommets on the top and sides to attach to the top and side poles, and a separate "roof" that covers the whole thing. In Step 5 the first picture it looks like you attached the peak of the roof with a rope but I can see adding hooks and screw eyes to the roof pole. Might make it easier to hang. I will await your instructable on the tent construction :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on makeorbreakshop's instructable Carving a Baby Groot From Wood4 weeks ago
    Carving a Baby Groot From Wood

    I have fence posts that need replacing and would be perfect :)

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  • How to Make a Concrete Tiki Garden Statue

    Great instructable, thank you for sharing. Barb has excellent tutorials with cement, I was thinking a cement tube used to set fence posts would work too. For the planter pots a dollar store plastic bowl sei in the tube might work also. If you want drainage just drill holes in the bottom of the bowl. Make "feet" for the tiki by balling up tin foil or paper and covering with the cement.

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  • Thermally Insulated Pallet Kennel

    Nice build thank you for sharing. Did you research which pallets are good to use for human /animal safety?

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  • LeslieGeee commented on LazyGuyDIY's instructable Raised Sustainable Vegetable Garden7 weeks ago
    Raised Sustainable Vegetable Garden

    Hi again Curiosity, I can't see the link I posted for you. Will try again. If it doesn't show just Google " how to tell which pallets can be used for human use and gardens."

    HI Curiosity, You can Google " How to determine if a Pallet is toxic". There will be a lot of hits with info on that. There ARE pallets you can use for human use without worry. Just remember that the toxic ones are not safe for any kind of human or animal use because of the off gasing of chemicals. Below is a start for you. Good luck :)

    LOL!!!

    Most welcome :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on LazyGuyDIY's instructable Raised Sustainable Vegetable Garden7 weeks ago
    Raised Sustainable Vegetable Garden

    VERY nice and well thought out build. Thank you for sharing your idea. I like the fact that it is well off the ground. Wondering how your pesky pests are reacting to your idea.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on cchen4's instructable Window Catio (Cat Patio)7 weeks ago
     Window Catio (Cat Patio)

    VERY NICE and thank you for sharing your well thought out and executed idea.

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  • Simple Fastener: Practical Intro to 3D Modeling

    Hi Silkier, I don't think I would use filament. I would either use rubber cording that I use for pendants I make or even craft cord. You can tie craft cording and leather cording anything other than that that will not grab the way I think you want it to. I also think that the size hole you drill or make can determine tautness of the cord. I also think the filament he uses is more rubbery than you think so the grab will be there. Hope this helps.

    Hello Eammont, thank you for sharing your project how to. I do not have access to a 3D printer but I figured I could use your idea in wood or melted recycled plastic. Polymer clay or Apoxie Sculpt might even work. :)

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  • DIY Pethair Handbrush - Anti Clog, Easy to Clean

    Great idea and instructional, thank you for sharing :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on JosephR25's instructable Motorcycle Safety: Riding in the Rain7 weeks ago
    Motorcycle Safety: Riding in the Rain

    Great tips Joseph thank you for posting :) I too got my education in riding in the rain in those 3-4 pm sometimes TORRENTIAL rains in Florida.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on 66Fiend's instructable Forearm Curl Bar8 weeks ago
    Forearm Curl Bar

    Nice idea 66, thank you for sharing. I don't have all the specialized tools you do so I will just cut a piece of dowel that will hold a gal. jug of water and put pipe foam tubes over the ends of the dowel to help my hands grip better :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on -BALES-'s instructable Clampable Tool Bases8 weeks ago
    Clampable Tool Bases

    Thank you for sharing your idea Bales, its a good one :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on lutaburger's instructable Easy Catnip Dumpling Toy2 months ago
    Easy Catnip Dumpling Toy

    This is a simple to make and adorable cat toy. I was thinking a tail and a length of cord could be added to a dowel to make a rod toy. The other thing I would like to suggest to make it easier is to lay out a "flat" of stuffing, put a tablespoon or a bit more on the flat and spread it out. Then roll the flat up and stuff it into the partially sewn dumpling. It will be easier and when it comes time to change out the nip won't be a mess and you can possibly reuse the flat again. A chop stick or blunt edge of a wooden skewer will also help push the stuffing in if you don't want to put the rolled up stuffing inside as you sew. Thank you for sharing your project.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on jlaake's instructable Airplane Prop Car Accessory 3 months ago
    Airplane Prop Car Accessory

    Hi Peter that seems to be a rating procedure in Europe. We have them here in the states and they are for info purposes. I checked the site out and did not see any mention that these ratings are enforced by law. There are many models of cars, SUVs, trucks etc and not all have a rounded hood. It all boils down to how fast the car is going and how hard the pedestrian is hit. Otherwise all vehicles would look exactly the same and there would be no need for different car companies. I will agree that in some cases the nose shape does matter but car makers make the design for profit looks and how well it cuts through air. Bottom line is dollars, pounds, etc. Let's agree to semi disagree :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on MaraCreates's instructable Apple Pie Keto Bite3 months ago
    Apple Pie Keto Bite

    Thank you Mara :)

    Thank you Moonbeam Dragon :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on MaraCreates's instructable Apple Pie Keto Bite3 months ago
    Apple Pie Keto Bite

    Hi Mara, where is the breakdown in nutrition info on your recipe for one serving. Carbs, fiber sugars etc. Your recipe sounds wonderful but until I know it will fit into my allotment of carlbs for the day, I can't make it.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on makeorbreakshop's instructable Carving a Baby Groot From Wood3 months ago
    Carving a Baby Groot From Wood

    I LOVE Groot!! Thank you for sharing your instructable :) thinking an old round fence post might work to and just use chisels and a dremel :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on jlaake's instructable Airplane Prop Car Accessory 3 months ago
    Airplane Prop Car Accessory

    Hi Brian, I should have clarified, Niobium magnets are also known as rare earth magnets.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on jlaake's instructable Airplane Prop Car Accessory 3 months ago
    Airplane Prop Car Accessory

    Hi Biran, No, niobium magnets. :) I use them all the time.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on jlaake's instructable Airplane Prop Car Accessory 3 months ago
    Airplane Prop Car Accessory

    LOL FUNNY and a GREAT idea and if people are worried about it being in front I think the angle of the blades would make it work like a helicopter propeller so make the blades bigger get some niobium magnets and stick it on the roof lol.

    Actually the modern car is designed to be more efficient at passing thru air to help with gas consumption. That is why before they release a new model they go thru extensive research and development and the mock up cars are put thru tests in a wind tunnel. Same with airplanes.

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  • Natural Pest Control for Your Garden!

    Gotcha, :) It is not OCD with me it is ADD. I need to have things clarified to match what I am seeing in pictures in some cases so that I can understand what I am doing. That might seem OCD to some but it is how I see things sometimes. My favorite word is WHY lol. That is why I needed the angles clarified, the pictures did not match the directions or spec sheet and It was confusing to me. ADD can be an asset and a bane. Again thank you for your time and explanation.

    Hello Wildcat & Robin, Thank you so much for sharing your birdhouse plans. I have one question, are the 1/2" slots at the top of the side pieces the air circulation holes? I also would be grateful if you gave the degree of angle for the tops of the front and back pieces. I may be confused on that but I think you gave the angel cut dimensions for the sides only. Thank you for taking the time to answer :)

    Thank you so much for the explanation.I went over the photos several times before I wrote to you and saw that the back and front tops of the boards were angled. Step:3 Cut List picture has an angle on the front board with the access hole and what looks to be the back board pile in the stack in the middle between the access hole boards in the box and the 3 piles to the right of it ( the two sides & tops ).What I thought I saw were angled cuts on the top of the front and back boards to accommodate the angle of the roof and the two side pieces.In the assembly pictures with you air stapling the back board there appears to be an angle cut in that board. The pictures are what confused me.I will make one to your specs & diagram before I modify anything.“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it...

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    Thank you so much for the explanation.I went over the photos several times before I wrote to you and saw that the back and front tops of the boards were angled. Step:3 Cut List picture has an angle on the front board with the access hole and what looks to be the back board pile in the stack in the middle between the access hole boards in the box and the 3 piles to the right of it ( the two sides & tops ).What I thought I saw were angled cuts on the top of the front and back boards to accommodate the angle of the roof and the two side pieces.In the assembly pictures with you air stapling the back board there appears to be an angle cut in that board. The pictures are what confused me.I will make one to your specs & diagram before I modify anything.“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”:)Thank you again for your quick response and help.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on elewis03's instructable Cardboard Iron Throne Cat Bed3 months ago
    Cardboard Iron Throne Cat Bed

    LMAO!! Only a Maine Coon could carry this off LOL. I just adopted a MC mix and he deserves this. Did you use any catnip on the pillow to get him to use the throne? He needs a sigil necklace :) They are remarkable animals. GREAT job on the throne and thank you for sharing I am going to add this to my to do list lol.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on MadeByBarb's instructable Packing Tape Masterpiece Window Art3 months ago
    Packing Tape Masterpiece Window Art

    Barb, I have been following you and your wonderful tutorials for a few years now and find what you do to be not only amazing but magnificent and magical. I am wondering where you found the colored packing tape the ones I have seen and bought are transparent. Thank you for sharing not only a beautiful piece of artwork but your tutorial on how to do it :)

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  • Oil Drum Coffee Table (Galvanized Oil Drum)

    You are fortunate to have a pallet factory right near you. They may already have a sheet with their info on their pallets just ask. I have to scrounge for mine but have found 3 stores that will allow me to take theirs. For some reason I can't put a link in this reply so below is the site you can copy and paste. The second is what I plugged into Google for you.1001pallets.comhow to tell if pallet wood is safe to reuse. Good luck :)

    Am glad :) I have done some work with pallets and they are usually marked for chemical content which allows those of us who use pallets to be aware of which ones are ok for human and animal use :)

    Lovely table and thank you for sharing your process. My question is if you aware of the off gassing of phenol-formaldehyde from your OSB board?

    Most welcome and thank you. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Johnny Wikk's instructable A Leather Tool Box 4 months ago
  • LeslieGeee commented on Johnny Wikk's instructable A Leather Tool Box 4 months ago
    A Leather Tool Box

    This is a beautiful bag thank you for sharing your tutorial. I was thinking as I was reading your instructions that this would be a lovely travel / overnight bag made in a larger size :) Would you mind posting the link for the leather kit you got on Amazon. There are so many and for a novice yours sounds like it would be a good start. Also dimensions and a short instructional for your wooden mold would be appreciated. Thank you :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on hombremagnetico's instructable Pocket Size Spinthariscope4 months ago
    Pocket Size Spinthariscope

    Hi Tercero, Your wife and you probably realize this already, but considering how some people are these days, I would suggest that she run this experiment by the Principal, write up exactly what she will be doing and how the ingredients work and have the parents sign off on letting the children "participate". Accidents do happen and some kids just have an overwhelming need to touch and know why. There is always the one or two kids that have earplugs in when the word dangerous is said. Kids sometimes have no concept of danger (we were all there once :) ) and this can go terribly wrong. Good luck.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Hey Jude's instructable Creating a Unique Hairdressing Tool5 months ago
    Creating a Unique Hairdressing Tool

    I was so intrigued with what you were doing I never noticed Kyles left hand in the pictures until you mentioned what happened to him in your third paragraph. AMAZING and EXCEPTIONALLY WELL DONE project. Your build a tool has now given Kyle the door to open to make his dream come true. Thank you so much for sharing your process. QUICK patent your invention LOL. Have you thought of doing this for a living? I am sure there is a need for it. "MAD HATTER MODIFICATIONS" (or creations / mAdifications ) : ) Bless you! You should make appliances to help with cutting food next! You have the base harness all you need is the fork/knife/spoon.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on audreyobscura's instructable Make a Basic Loom With PVC Pipe5 months ago
    Make a Basic Loom With PVC Pipe

    Audreyobscura, GREAT intractable!!! I am going to try and modify your idea for use as an adjustable jewelry loom. This will go on my TODO list lol. Thank you so much for sharing your idea :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on scotto's instructable Thread Kebabs5 months ago
    Thread Kebabs

    Great idea, thank you for sharing. I was thinking of using rubber bands for the stoppers but then they go bad an break. Next idea was to cut circles from plastic milk containers and cut a cross in the center to push the dowel through...might work. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on nml235l's instructable Cardboard Bender5 months ago
    Cardboard Bender

    To those who have worked with cardboard, you know that a spline wheel ( which has a narrow groove in the wheel edge ) or a pizza cutter will work BUT the circular blades are too narrow and can cut and break through the cardboard which will weaken it. This wheel is wider which will compress the fold line and not break it. That is the difference in the design. Thank you nml2351 for your extremely detailed instructions and for sharing your idea. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Lorddrake's instructable Battery Organizer6 months ago
    Battery Organizer

    Nice idea, thank you for sharing. For those of us who do not have a printer your idea can be worked in wood with hole maker drill bits. If you want to save of the filament you could try attaching a thin piece of MDF or plywood to the bottom of your holders. :)

    Thank you :)

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  • Old Fireplace, New Record Storage Console!

    Great idea for those of us who choose not to use our fireplaces. Thank you for sharing. Is it possible for you to have a link to a PDF that shows your measurements for the pieces? It would be easier to go and adjust the cardboard mock ups for this build. Also, did you cover your flu opening just in case?

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  • How to Build a Pocket Hole Workstation | DIY Woodworking Shop Project

    Hi Robert, I had to look up what they did because I didn't know either. Below is a YouTube vid on the Rockler system hope this helps :):( For some reason I cannot add the link to the post so you will have to look up Rockler T-Track on You Tube.

    Very nice idea, thank you for sharing. I have a pocket hole jig from Harbor Freight that I may adapt to your design. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on bulletgirl's instructable Easy Step Stool6 months ago
    Easy Step Stool

    Lovely design, good job!! Thank you for sharing. I was also thinking that making the step able to fold into the outer base would be a good idea. Maybe the use of a metal rod attached with a two hole pipe strap might work. Not sure if a wooden dowel would be strong enough to hold. This would facilitate spaces with little area to store things. Keep up the good work :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on AlannaG7's instructable No Sew Fleece Blanket With Braided Edge6 months ago
    No Sew Fleece Blanket With Braided Edge

    Very nice instructive but wish your video on how to make the braid was longer :/ Thank you for sharing.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on v1nce_nt's instructable Custom Wooden Deer Antler Chandelier6 months ago
    Custom Wooden Deer Antler Chandelier

    Most welcome :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Yash Chaware's instructable How to Make a Pine Cone Chandelier6 months ago
    How to Make a Pine Cone Chandelier

    Yash, this is simply elegant and beautiful. The design aspect is exceptional in that you made it appear light and ethereal. I was thinking this would look lovely in an entranceway with a higher ceiling. I was also wondering if you tried balsa wood as your material. I would like to try your design but I have no access to a laser cutter nor do I have the ability for opening your CAD specifications. Is it possible that you have the pattern and dimensions of the pieces in a PDF file that you can share? Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful design.

    Thank you so much I truly appreciate it.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on v1nce_nt's instructable Custom Wooden Deer Antler Chandelier6 months ago
    Custom Wooden Deer Antler Chandelier

    Vince this came out wonderfully and your added great humor made the instructions better :) I have one suggestion if you don't mind. Since you did not get the color you wanted. If you have a cheap chip brush that has not been used, dry brush on a slightly contrasting color in a brown or similar color. The striations will give the "antlers" a closer to real look even though how it came out looks lovely. Thank you for sharing your unique perspective and execution with us!

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Creative Mother's instructable Witch House Using Cardboard6 months ago
    Witch House Using Cardboard

    Gorgeous outcome and beautifully executed. Thank you for sharing your project. By any chance did you make templates for your house?

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  • How to Make Fake Barbed Wire With Leather

    Thank you.

    i agree that there are many ways to do a thing :) I just thought you may have tried what I was thinking and found a problem with doing it that way. Best to ask when not sure :) May I ask If you used 2mm leather lacing in the original silver version?

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  • How to Make Fake Barbed Wire With Leather

    Well done thank you for sharing. My question is, why did you not add the small piece of leather in the beginning and adjust it after the wraps were made? Seems to me it would be simpler?

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  • LeslieGeee commented on -BALES-'s instructable The QUIK-TUBE Snare Drum7 months ago
    The QUIK-TUBE Snare Drum

    Leave the sono tube as is great conversation starter, plus those that can't afford a kit can maybe find the heads to make one. Would be interesting to see if you could make a whole set and if you can't find a tube large enough for the bass drum try an old wash machine tub or, PVC might be a little pricey that size. This is absolutely one of the best ideas I have seen, made me laugh too. Necessity is not always the mother of invention. Sometimes "just cause" is a great excuse :) Thank you for sharing.

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  • Ancient Chinese Pavilion From Cardboard

    Thank YOU for understanding that not everyone has or has access to a laser cutter or a CNC (? on abbreviation ) machine. I see things on this site that I would love to make but because of the machines involved I don't or I at least try to convert to conventional methods. You are correct about the emotion and heart in a project, it makes all the difference. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on bluebird house's instructable Cardboard Hydra7 months ago
    Cardboard Hydra

    GREAT JOB GUYS!!!! Thank you so much for sharing your story and creation process. This came out wonderfully. Ever think of getting into the prop business?

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  • LeslieGeee commented on ShckByte's instructable Creating a Broadway-themed ZAZU Puppet7 months ago
    Creating a Broadway-themed ZAZU Puppet

    Thank you for sharing a great Instructable! I was thinking that pink craft panels from HD or Lowes could work too on some of the body parts. It is light and takes coverings and paint well. I do wish you had more pictures of the construction. I am a sight hound so the pictures of that aspect of the build would have enhanced the text. I am also thinking instead of hardware, plastic disks from milk cartons and maybe plastic nuts and bolts might work :)

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  • Ancient Chinese Pavilion From Cardboard

    Thank you for sharing your project. Very nice. When I first saw the picture I thought "BIRD FEEDER" :) Bet this can be constructed with thin wood such as balsa, and wooden dowels, painted and protected with spar urethane so that it will withstand the outdoors :) You are also teaching your adorable son how to make things which to me is very important.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on m_shannon's instructable Magic Cardboard Wallet (Super Easy) 7 months ago
    Magic Cardboard Wallet (Super Easy)

    TY

    Nice little wallet to stick in back pocket while on motorcycle OR add some rare earth magnets, a little flap closure and stick to bike tank. Would be good for those rides you need cash fast for the toll booths. The idea to use leather was also a good one. Thank you for sharing :)

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  • How to Make a Polished Aluminum Foil Ball

    Hi Liana, I am in the constant process of making one of these balls. The foil should be hammered hard enough so that the inside basically becomes solid. You will hear the change in sound. Mine is about 70mm across (about 2.75 inches) and SOLID and weighs about a lb. I am using the foil that I wrap and freeze my meats in, and yes I wash the sheets. You WILL get edges that will not lay flat it is the nature of the beast. you can push the edges back a bit so they stand up and snip off and then hammer again. Some of them are not tall enough to cut so I fold them back on them selves and hammer. You can't rush this the process can get meticulous in execution.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on Bean_MD's instructable The Back Pocket Soldering Kit7 months ago
    The Back Pocket Soldering Kit

    Great tutorial thank you for sharing. For your consideration, you can buy hinged Altoid type tins online.

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  • LeslieGeee commented on JT Woodworks's instructable Modern Slatted Shoe Bench8 months ago
    Modern Slatted Shoe Bench

    Well done thank you for sharing :)

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  • DIY Beach Terrarium | Aquascaping | Diorama

    Well done thank you for sharing :)

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  • Resin & Wood - the Gentleman's End Table

    Beautifully executed and thank you for sharing. If I may make a suggestion please. If you are using this for an end table etc. It invites things to be set on it. My suggestion is to put a slide out supported shelf from the box underneath the bottle and glasses. It looks like you would have room for one coming out of the back and sides. This way you have a place to keep the things like a lamp etc on while the box is open and/or a place to set the glasses while pouring out the libation :)

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  • OccuPod - an Old Storm Drain Pipe Turned Into a Warm and Comfortable Living Space!

    Great idea even for campgrounds and emergency housing. Can be stacked 2 or 3 high with possible retractable ladders. Easy to transport on a flatbed. One question though, how do you keep it clean and sanitary. The spaces between the boards seem to invite dirt etc, and with the use of pressure washers the wood would fir ( the fibers would separate). Have you though of using instead of wood a composite lumber that would be easier to clean and still give the feeling of cozy? Thumbs up :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on KevinByrne's instructable Christmas Gone Wrong8 months 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 Knife8 months ago
    The Butter Knife

    Thank you very much. :)

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  • LeslieGeee commented on toolstogether_annaliisa's instructable The Butter Knife8 months 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 9 months 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 Lamp9 months 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 Costume10 months 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 Stripper10 months 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 Stripper10 months 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 Stripper10 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 Doll10 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 Flamingos10 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 Throne10 months ago
  • LeslieGeee commented on attosa's instructable Golden Zipper-Face Costume11 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 Candles11 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 Spiders11 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 Prop11 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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    P.S. You have made my day lol!!!!

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