|7/2/2014 2:28:28 PM - 1 Comments - Read Full Post|
These are, of course, just a few of my favorite or recent "Found" things, and I always keep an eye out for new old things to re-purpose... so I am sure I will post again about more "Found" items down the road.
|6/15/2014 8:33:42 PM - 2 Comments - Read Full Post|
Making Use of Dead Wall Space
From the Archives: 5/26/2011
One of the things that drives me nuts about a house is any "Dead" space. As a pack-rat with very little self-control, any space in a house that could be put to storage, but isn't... is just wrong.
|6/6/2014 3:33:45 PM - 2 Comments - Read Full Post|
How to Build A New Wii Sensor Bar Upgrade / Replacement
From the Archives: 8/8/2011
The Wii Sensor Bar that comes with the Wii has a relatively short range that can be a problem in a large room, and also has some trouble with correct cursor positioning on a large tv. With a little research I found that the "Sensor Bar" is actually just a couple infrared LEDs that the Wii remotes pick up to detect the position of the remote relative to the sensor bar. With just a little research and minor soldering skill, you can build your own ...
|5/11/2014 12:32:06 PM - Read Full Post|
From the Archives: 9/11/2013
Some visitors to our yard today...
Just a little proof that color means nothing in the
eyes of love.
|5/2/2014 2:36:42 PM - Read Full Post|
From the Archives: 1/9/2014
In the name of organization I have started collecting good tools and tool bags for my "Mobile Shop".
|4/28/2014 8:07:00 PM - Read Full Post|
From the Archives: 1/9/2014Well, I am definitely one of the proud, few girls who asks for power tools for Christmas… and for this Christmas I finally asked to upgrade from randomly failing cheapie cordless drills to nice Ryobi One+ tools. It is really more than just drills, because the batteries interchange with dozens and dozens of cordless tools. So it is more of a “System” though I usually scoff at the term being applied to tools. I did a lot of research into what the best drills and tool ...
|4/18/2014 3:10:43 PM - Read Full Post|
180 Gallon Table
From the Archives: 6/29/2013
Our Goldfish "Pond" was only about 10 inches from the floor, and could not be seen very well from the dinner table that was in front of it, so we decided to move it to a taller stand.
|4/12/2014 4:46:29 PM - Read Full Post|
Getting Pretty with Wick Plants
From the Archives: 8/16/2010
I had been looking for some nicer way to wick my herbs and small plants on the island counter. Finally I found some pretty shaped glass vases at the dollar store and used sage colored paint and sponged it onto the vase. The house paint won't stay on the glass vase if it is scrubbed or scraped, but looks like it will stick otherwise.
|4/10/2014 3:57:43 PM - Read Full Post|
Wick Plant Growing - Step by Step "How To"
From the Archives: 4/21/2010
I read on PineCam.com forums that some people use wicks to water their plants the perfect amount. I am a notorious over / under water-er, so I though I would give it a try. After looking up several (and quite expensive) methods online, I decided to try my own. PLEASE NOTE: I am not sure how well all ...
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