Category Archive: DIY Projects

Dec 18

Use Your Truck As An AC Generator

Do you use a lot of power tools? Weather corded or not sometimes you need to use a corded tool and sometimes you may need to charge a non corded tool out in the field. If you have a truck you can add an ac inverter and use your truck as a generator and not …

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Dec 18

Sun Burst Repurposed Aluminum Can

This craft project of a Sun Burst repurposed from an aluminum can is a way to make art from a readily available material that is often discarded or recycled. I can see this project turned into a Christmas ornament, garden decoration or repeated around a wooden mirror frame but be creative and search your imagination.  …

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Dec 18

Build a Homemade Butterfly House

This quick guideline of how to build a Butterfly house is a great weekend project for the self sufficient homesteader who wants to give these beautiful creatures a safe place to rest. There is also a list of flowers that butterflies are attracted to supply the nectar they prefer. Here is a list of flowers …

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Dec 17

Build a Homemade Target Shooting Stand Project

This step by step tutorial of how to build a homemade target shooting stand project will help improve your shooting accuracy with heavy duty swinging shooting target.  This shooting stand is high enough that seeing the target over the grass, very stable in the wind or uneven ground is not a problem.  The detachable chain …

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Dec 16

GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) Approved Sink Project

If you have a small farm with lots of produce to wash you might want to build this gap (Good Agricultural Practices) approved barrel sink to wash the produce in. This helps to ensure that pathogens are not transported on the produce. It can be part of a whole system including a sink for hand …

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Dec 16

Tiny House Tour of Living in an Airstream Trailer

This tiny house tour of living in an Airstream trailer is for people who have wondered what it would be like to downsize from a brick and mortar house into a tiny home that is mobile.  Come take a peek inside, see if it is you could do too. Freedom of the open road as …

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