Via Dvice, here's a man that I am glad is not my neighbor. He built a slingshot, out of wood and brawn and manliness, that can fire live chainsaws: ...
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Winter time can be wonderful. But when the sun has been hiding for weeks on end and you're cooped up in the house, it's easy to go stir crazy - I know I do. Rather than slipping into a winter funk, use these dark days as an opportunity to get organized, get motivated and try your hand at something new.
Whatever you do, don't spend big bucks on gift wrapping over the holidays. I promise that you don't need to. In fact, you can have more fun and make a more lasting impression on friends and family by creating packaging from trash.
Anything that comes from nature is inherently elegant, and fruit is no exception. Lucky for us, it's also an inexpensive tool to use when decorating for the holidays. It's also child-friendly (as you'll see with my dried citrus ornaments) and kind on the earth.
Artist Omar Sherzad learned about woodworking from his father. When he opened a workshop/gallery in Barcelona, he wanted his own children to learn from his work as well. So he installed beds in the walls.
From spirited infusions and custom tea blends to a soothing hand salve, here are the drinks-inspired gifts we'll be whipping up over the next couple of weeks.
Who needs the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping? Making gifts for your family is a whole lot more fun and personal. Not to mention all the green you'll save, monetarily and environmentally speaking.
While I am known for many things, do-it-yourself projects are not my expertise. That is exactly why it is important to have good friends like Carter Oosterhouse, as he is that go-to guy that everyone needs in the name of all things design.
Thanks to a good friend, I've gained a new appreciation for practical style.
Brian is that guy you've seen on Martha Stewart, Fox & Friends, HGTV, etc. Hot guy, repurposing furniture, DIY projects -- you can't miss him!
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"The 4-Hour Facebook" video provides insider tips on Instagramming your food, mastering FarmVille, ignoring Zynga Bingo, and much more so that you can set these measly four hours aside and make time for the truly important things in life.