Oct 30

Halloween Flour Eggs Prank

This step by step tutorial of how to make Halloween Flour Eggs Prank is a fun way for younger children to have interactive fun. You can fill hollowed out eggs with flour, baby powder or corn starch, cover fill hole with tissue paper and decorate. Holidays are about making great memories  with your family and …

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Oct 30

How to Remove Carpeting and Refinish Hardwood Floors

This amazing step by step 2 part series tutorial of how remove carpeting and refinish hardwood floors takes you from worn out dirty carpet all the way to deep beautiful wood floors. Hardwood floors are easy to clean and create a nice flow within a home.  Yes, it does take a lot of effort to …

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Oct 30

Guide To Elderberry Identification

This is amazing guide to the Elderberry identification for beginning wild food foraging enthusiasts will share how to safely gather Elderberries, one of nature’s gifts that also is full of health benefits. This in depth article covers so many different aspects of elderberries from the history, appearance (leaves, flowers, berries), where to find where they …

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Oct 29

Interpreting The Chases To Track The Rut In Whitetail

Learn how to tell the difference between testosterone-driven chases and estrus-driven chases. If you are a hunter and looking to get some tips on the best time to be in the tree stand for the rut, check out this article from Outdoor Life. They explain what to look for in an  estrus-driven chase so you …

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Oct 29

Homemade Herbed Farmer’s Cheese

This is one of the easiest ways to make cheese. Without the herbs in India it is called paneer and is sometimes pressed with a heavy weight for up to three hours, then cut into cubes and used in curries. This recipe calls for less pressing, usually about twenty minutes for a lighter fluffier cheese. …

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Oct 29

Cedar Vertical Tiered Ladder Garden Planter

This step by step tutorial of how to build a Cedar Vertical Tiered Ladder Garden Planter can be built for under thirty dollars. I have seen these planters for sale in plant nurseries for insane amounts of money… like two hundred dollars. Why spend that kind of hard earned cash on something you can build …

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