Category: DIY & Tutorials

How To Make a Backyard Slingshot

This backyard slingshot can be used for a variety of things. From water balloon fights to balls knocking over Homer bucket pyramids, this slingshot will be a hit kids of any age. Here is the tutorial: FULL ARTICLE HERE —->How To Make a Backyard Slingshot

How to Build a Fold-Down Greenhouse

This simple, inexpensive greenhouse folds down to protect your plants during early frosts and cold snaps, then can be raised up on warmer days to allow them full access to sunlight and rain. This tutorial will show you how to build a folding greenhouse that can be attached to the side of a house, shed …

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How To Turn Old Drawers Into Porch Planters

Be ready to repurpose your old drawers! You won’t regret it! I love planters and these have such fantastic whimsy! I actually have an old dresser I was going to put on the curb for free takers, but think I just might need to keep the drawers for myself :). How To Turn Old Drawers …

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How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets the Right Way

Wonderful makeover! I’m sure there are a lot of us who appreciate the detailed step by steps for those of us who have contemplated doing a project like this! This thorough tutorial will show you step by step how to properly paint your kitchen cabinets. FULL ARTICLE HERE —->How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets the Right …

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How To Make Durable Handmade Dog Toys

What a super cute idea!!! These dog toys also come with the squeak. However, if squeaky dog toys drive you mad you can leave that bit out. The denim fabric would make it very sturdy and the pocket idea for a treat is genius! Now you just have to sort some old jeans! How To …

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How To Make a Scrabble Board Porch Table

Like playing Scrabble with your family/ guests? This article gives step by step instructions, including materials needed for this worthy DIY. Enjoy not only the crafting, but enjoy the many hours of laughter and conversation that making this piece will bring. As a improvement, I think a mat or area rug under the area would …

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