Jul 29

How to Make a Headboard from Old Wooden Door

This step by step tutorial of how to make a headboard from old wooden door is an inexpensive way to re purpose old building materials into new furniture. Beds and bed frames can be expensive purchase for a homesteading family. With showroom furniture being so expensive, building your own is a far better option than …

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Jul 29

Super Soft White Homestead Loaf Bread Recipe

More and more people today are looking toward home baking these days. One reason for this is being able to trust what is going into what they put on the table for their family meals. Fresh bread by the loaf seems to be one of most popular choice for those looking to get started with …

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Jul 29

Natural Home Remedies For Asthma

In the United States alone, the inflammatory chronic infection Asthma plagues more than 17 million individuals, which is over 5% of the country’s population. Most people who suffer from Asthma require an inhaler, as there’s no permanent cure for the disease. Asthma is a disease which, during an asthma attack, tightens muscles in the airway, …

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Jul 29

Build A Fainting Couch Toddler Bed

If you have a baby girl who will soon out grow her crib why not build her a toddler bed that looking like a mini fainting couch. I think these are super adorable and I like that they are made of wood instead of plastic. Since you are making it yourself you can choose the …

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Jul 29

Gardening In Drought Water Saving Tips

If you are trying to garden and your area is in a drought here are a few tips that may help your garden while conserving water. For tomatoes you can poke holes in the bottom of an empty milk jug and dig a hole next to the tomato plant, put the jug down in the …

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Jul 29

Make Your Own Furniture Polish

Make you own furniture polish or dusting spray and save some money. While this will save you money over time the thing I like most about making your own is that you can add what ever essential oil you want so that your furniture polish smells the way you want it to. I like the …

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