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January 1 - February 28, 2018
Trimming and Upkeep of Acrylic Nails
My local nail salon charges $6 plus tip just to cut acrylic nails down. Seems a bit much for something you can do yourself, but there is a right way and a wrong way about it. If you haphazardly cut them, they can shatter vertically or diagonally, ruining them.
DIY Ombre Hair Colouring
I love the gradual colour shift in ombre hair! I wanted to go boldly Aquarius with blues and teals in my hair for my birthday, but my local salons charge a few hundred dollars to do lightening and ombre colouring, especially with my long layered hair.
Laundry Drying Line in the Garage
We have a clothesline outdoors (much more sturdy with cement involved), but this is our line drying set up for our garage. It holds up well and was very inexpensive and easy to make! We line dry to save on electricity from the dryer.
New Life for Old Cabinet
I had this little cabinet next to my living room chair for a while. Then I went to a friend's house and saw that she had a similar little one in her bathroom. I was inspired! And then I went to work.
Safe Ladder Storage
We live in an earthquake prone state, so having our ladder secured is important. We also like to have our ladder to be easily accessible and to take up as little space as possible in the garage.
Turning A Picture Frame Into a Display or Serving Tray
I have many picture frames I have collected through the years. Since I am using less on the walls, I came up with a decorative and useful project idea, so that they can be used with an interchangeable insert.
Closet Rod for Hanging Blanket In Doorway
We have had some unusually cold weather with temperatures below freezing and in the teens and single digits at night for over a week. With us trying to conserve the heat, the small add-on addition to the northwest side of our house got down below 40 degrees which made the bedroom cold.
Juicing and Growing Your Own Pomegranates
My family and I are known as the Pomegranate People because we've been growing them ever since I was a little one. In fact, the first thing I ever grew on my own was a pomegranate tree at age four. This is one method of juicing pomegranates at home, then planting the leftover seeds in order to grow more of the fruit.
Removing Gum from Fabric
It is easier than you think!
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