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Oct 14

One Piece Step Stair or An Awesome Cat Perch

Here is an awesome tutorial to make a stair step. It is made from one single sheet of plywood and you can then use it for what ever purpose you may need it for. Pilgrim55 shares the tutorial on Instructables and says they use is as stairs for the kids to the trampoline. I think …

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Oct 14

Inexpensive Homemade Curtain Rod For Up To A 10 Foot Window

If you have very wide windows or even just regular windows, check out this tutorial on how to make curtains rods for them very inexpensively. House of the Hepworths will walk you through her tutorial on using electrical conduit that costs around 2 dollars for 10 feet into a long curtain rod that looks very …

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Oct 09

Save Money With These 50 DIY Tricks

Judging from the crowds every time we go to Menards I think there are plenty of folks out there that are into Diy and will find these 50 Diy tricks to save money very helpful. Did you know that shortening your dryer vent hose could save you money? I sure didn’t know that or a …

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Oct 08

Re-stuff Your Sofa And Keep Instead Of Replacing

Has your sofa lost its firm shape and look? If your looks aged with wrinkles and sags you may be pleased to see you can re-stuff it and give it a new life for around ten dollars. This would be much less expensive than replacing, especially if you bought an expensive sofa. I didn’t know …

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Oct 01

Keep The Water Flowing This Winter

This is a simple way to keep water flowing through the hose during the winter. The article is from The New Lighter Life and they did the hose this way for water to their RV for the winter but this could also work for livestock, backyard chickens and other outdoor pets. You could fill all …

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Sep 20

DIY Weekend Projects Round-Up

Great list of diy projects to do on weekends. There are projects for preparedness and survival, some for the garden. There are archery projects and shooting projects. There is sure to be some diy weekend project to inspire you in this round-up of 36 different ideas from DIY Ready.  

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