Sometimes, all it takes to completely recreate an object, to repurpose and in that way recycle an item, is to change the way we see it. I recently found a solid pine cabinet at a local antique mall. What drew me to it was the weathered pine ...
The next generation of makers is getting a boost from an online DIY community and its accompanying app, which aims to help kids not only learn new skills, but to also share them with others and build a DIY portfolio.
That is a very good news for artists around the world. It would be very easier for them to show and publish their works of art to the world. It also means, prospect clients and buyer will be plenty for them.
Organic gardening: Fun things to grow and sow with kids New Zealand Herald Organic gardening: If you remember when you first started gardening it was probably with a parent or grandparent and it might have involved one of a range of seeds that -...
So, has anyone else pulled out their warm weather clothing bins and switched out their sweaters with their tank tops? No? Oh good. I feel better about myself now... I'm always a bit lazy about switching out seasonal clothes because...
Tip of the WeekWhether you’re personalizing a new home or revitalizing an old room, the start of spring is when newly imagined spaces become do-it-yourself realities.Spring cleaning doesn’t have to mean getting rid of everything in the garage. Familiar pieces showcased in a special way can be a conversation starter. Love cycling, but have an old bicycle that you don’t ride anymore? Consider using its components to construct a unique piece of furniture to showcase your passion for the sport.
We can totally see the unfair treatment of the government. This is definitely serious and this happen almost all part of the globe. Just the same, all we can do it hold on to faith and that true justice will prevail.
Sad but true. Veggies, fruits and grains are our natural source of survival, but because of the fast growing of our technology soild are depleted. I hope, scientist would also find way how to revive our soil also.
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