Remove Hot Glue Gun Strings


Remove hot glue strings by blow drying them with your hair dryer. Don’t leave it on for too long because it might loosen the glue in crucial places.

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Recycled Glow In The Dark Shelf


Recycle an old piece of wood to turn it into a glowing shelf by filling the cracks, knots and holes with pigmented resin.

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Adorable Knitted Hats for Winter Fall

These fashionable knit hats will keep you warm this winter – or make great gifts.

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Mininch Tool Pen


Inspired by “Pop-A-Point” rainbow pen & mechanical pencil, the Mininch Tool Pen uses a smart way to collect and swap bits easily & flexibly. With similar methods of replacing refills, you simply insert and interchange demanding bits into the pen.

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Use Mason Jar On Your Blender


Use mason jar to blend your beverage instead of using pitcher. This way you have less dishes to wash and you can eat straight from it.

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Wine Bottle Light


Whether or not an empty wine bottle is transparent, it can make a great bottle light! Mark where you want the holes to be with some masking tape, drill, rinse the bottle, then stuff Christmas lights through the holes you drilled.

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Minimize Water Beads With Paper Wax


Temporarily minimize water beads that causes hard water deposits by buffing your faucet’s surface with wax paper.

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500,000 LEGO Pieces Made a Car That Can be Driven


Super Awesome Micro Project is a car made by Legos! Even the engine is made by Legos and its run by air. The project was initiated by and was financed by individual investors. This car was built in Romania and shiped to Melbourne, Australia. The car can go up to 30 Km/h. Absolutely great.

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Taming Bobby Pins


Using a bobbin case is not enough to keep your sewing kit neat. Tame those bobbins by using a tube. Cut a section of tube and a lit then wrap around the bobbin.

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Melted Crayon Art


Show off your artistic talents, use melted crayons. Simply use crayons in glue guns and tilt your canvass upward.

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DIY Bullet Casing Earphones

Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web.

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Old Seed Testing


Test old seeds if they are still worth planting by growing them on wet tissue paper.

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Clean Your Wood Cutting Board


Clean bamboo or wooden cutting boards with salt and lemon. Sprinkle the chopping board with coarse salt and run with a cut of lemon to remove dark lines. Rinse without soap and dry.

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Mexican Kim Kardashian

A piñata depicting TV celebrity Kim Kardashian is displayed outside a workshop in Reynosa December 6, 2014. Mexican artisan Dalton Ramirez, known in his neighborhood for creating pinatas which depict local politicians and people in the entertainment industry, jumped on the Kardashian bandwagon after the reality star was featured in a magazine showing her famous curves. The photographs in the magazine were shot by Jean-Paul Goude and recreated his iconic “Carolina Beaumont, New York, 1976”. (Photo by Daniel Becerril/Reuters)

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Apprentice Bike Tool Kit


Apprentice Tool Kit is designed for the aspiring mechanic looking to get started with the right tools, getting you ready to tackle your own bicycle repairs, and giving you everything to pretty much build a bike from the frame up.

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