40 Origami Flowers You Can Do


Having been invented in China at the very beginning of the second century AD, paper entered Japan four centuries later, brought to the country by monks. Handmade and rare, paper was a luxurious commodity, available only to the richest. Therefore, origami was intended to be used during religious ceremonies only at first.

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Remove The Cork With A Shoe


Got wine but no corkscrew to open it? Put the bottle in a shoe and gently tap the heel of the shoe on a wall until the cork can be pulled.

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35 DIY Wine Bottles


Spring always reminds of gentle, pastel tones! Paint your bottle entirely in a pastel color of choice, and add a white coat freehand on its top and its bottom. You will get fantastic vases, perfect for the blossoming flowers, or even branches picked along the way.

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Murksli Custom Hanfcrafted Boards

Murksli is a boutique/workshop of handcrafted longboards and skateboards. Based in Slovenia.

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Toothbrush Storage


Use utensils divider to properly store toothbrushes and avoid them touching each other.

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Power8 Workshop


The Power8 Workshop is a portable power tool set that is designed to be an all-in-one solution for all of the jobs around the house. It includes 8 Power Tools – Separate drill, circular saw, jigsaw, flashlight , drill press, table saw, scroll saw, & table light.

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Chelsea Miller Knives


Chelsea is a Brooklyn based knife maker originally from Northern Vermont, she uses found materials such as horse shoe rasps and wood from her family’s farm in Vermont to craft her one of a kind knives. Chelsea has gained a broad knowledge of blacksmithing and woodworking from her father and often spends time in Vermont working alongside him.

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Remove Crayon Marks On Your Wall

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WD-40 isn’t only for silencing squeaky doors and lubricating stuck windows. You can also use it to remove crayon marks on wall with it.

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Macrame pendant lights

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The Australian designer Sarah Parkes has realized three collections of pendant lights under the name of Mini Knotted Egg Light, Knotted Industrial Pendant and Knotted Tube pendant.

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Humming Quietly To Myself

“Hummingbirds are possibly the most beautiful thing on the planet. They way they thrum their way around flowers, little blurs of jewelled light. I made this hummingbird a few weeks ago and wasn’t sure about the best way to display him until the husband suggested making him appear to drink from a flower. Thank heavens for wire :) He now lives with his new owner (the hummingbird NOT the husband) and she has him displayed in her conservatory – exactly as he was meant to be.” – Amanda Barnes, textile artist.

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Remove Permanent Ink Using A Dry Marker


Accidentally used a permanent whiteboard marker? Use a dry marker over the permanent ink.

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Mimic The Cooling Effects Of An Aircon


Beat the heat this summer by mimicking the cooling effects of an air conditioning unit. Place a bowl of ice in front of your fan.

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Phone Projector


Make your own projector with your phone, magnifying glass, duct tape, and a box. Point your phone’s screen towards the magnifying glass while your magnifying glass is pointed at the wall. Place them in a box and use tape to hold the magnifying glass.

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19 Creative Upcycling Ideas Anyone Can Do


Upcycling is the process of re-purposing unused items or trash for something else. The difference between upcycling and recycling is that the item is not broken down into base materials, but modified to be of equal or better value than the original item. Below we have 19 of the most creative upcycling ideas.

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Hang Balloons In Line


Use needle and thread to hang balloons in a line. It is much easier to hang on walls or ceiling in parties.

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