All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘diy’

Kids Halloween Costumes: Easy DIY Ideas

It’s time for Halloween and for many parents that means finding the best Halloween costume for your little monster. While department stores carry a fairly large variety of Halloween costumes, the costumes can be a little expensive and not very original. Many parents are choosing to make their own Halloween costumes for their children in order to save money and …

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Halloween Decorations: Three Fun DIY Projects

It’s almost Halloween and for many people that means getting out your Halloween decorations and making your home and yard look as scary as possible. Of course you can find numerous types of Halloween decorations at your favorite stores, but you can also make your own for a fraction of the cost. You can also have fun making them. Here …

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Halloween Decorations: Money Saving Do-It-Yourself Creations

The holiday season (and winter weather) are practically upon us. Can you believe it’s almost time to get out the Christmas shopping list? Before consumers gear up for Black Friday, there are some other holidays for which they are preparing to spend big. First up is of course Halloween. Reports indicate that in 2014 shoppers are expected to spend at …

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Fall Wreaths: Get Crafty And Decorate

It is that time of year again … the time when the leaves start falling, the air is cool, and the holidays are just around the corner. So, it’s time to start decorating! Everyone loves a nice wreath to hang on their front door; something for people to see and admire as they drive past their home. Below are some …

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Touchscreen Gloves: Many Options For Tech-Savvy Handwear

Due to the winter storms that have been making their way all across the United States these past few weeks, most people have opted to bundle up before venturing out, even for small amounts of time. Coats, hats, and scarves can make for a warmer experience, but tend to add bulk and weight that make it hard to move. Another …

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Never Leave The House With Your Fly Down Again

There is nothing more embarrassing than having a friend point out that your fly is down. It happens a lot when we’re young because we’re stupid and can’t be bothered to zip up before leaving the house. I wrongly assumed I would learn better as I grew older, but a new DIY tool will make sure that you’re always zipped …

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Hummingbird Feeders You Can Make If You’re A Drinker

Word is that a lot of people are currently looking for Hummingbird feeders. ‘Tis the season. According to Yahoo search data, queries for “hummingbird feeders” have spiked over 400% on Yahoo this week. Searches for bird feeders in general have spiked 35%, and searches for “what to feed hummingbirds” are up as well. If you like to throw back a …

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Google’s Project Glass Could Make Learning Another Language Unnecessary

Learning a foreign language is hard. I’m sure you all know this, but I just wanted to remind you how soul-crushingly difficult it is for anybody over the age of 10 to wrap their brains around a new language. I took Japanese for three years and I still don’t know much of anything. Google’s Project Glass may help speed that …

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Watch A British APC Destroy A House

A 150 year old house was set to be demolished but the owners had an idea as to how they wanted it done. They called a Kasota, Minnesota company called Drive-A-Tank. They brought a British FV432 armored personnel carrier to do the dirty work. Some prep work had to be done first before the demolition started. They had to fill …

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Google Earth + Camera Balloons = Awesome DIY Aerials

Google Maps announced a fascinating addition to the Google Earth collection of imagery today, saying that it has partnered up with the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science to begin including user-captured aerial views of various parts of earth. PLOTS is a community-driven project aimed at developing open-source tools that people can use for exploring their environment. The organization …

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