"Diy" Blogs & Blog Posts

accidentally, kleaccidentally, kle

My melting pot: food, entertainment, travel, style, observations, finds and...

 
Life HackerLife Hacker

Tips and tricks on maximizing your life

 
The Coma Girl DesignsThe Coma Girl Designs

A blog about all things vegan, crafty, DIY, handmade & artsy fartsy.

 
Miss MalapropMiss Malaprop

MissMalaprop.com is where modern handmade meets sustainable design. I spotl...

 
This Home Sweet HomeThis Home Sweet Home

sharing her love of all things about the home, now the blog aims to cover D...

 
Nuts about NeedlepointNuts about Needlepoint

Needlepoint's leading blog with news, information, free projects, and ...

 
DD-InterioresDD-Interiores

Spanish blog about interior decoration, with many ideas for decorating, rec...

 


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Soooo…I’ve had this dress for over a year now and have never worn it. All because while I love the pattern and the buttons in the back, it totally looks like a hospital gown on me. Which isn’t quite the look I was going for –...

https://youtu.be/aqIJcgxEZMQ If you cut a zip-tie tail with scissors, it leaves a sharp-edged stub. In this video, you'll learn how to use pliers to twist of the tail, which creates a stub without a sharp tail. I just tried it (above photo) and...

Max is struggling with his Nintendo Switch, and so to avoid serious hand surgery, Ben is modding a Nintendo Switch JoyCon to move the analogue stick. This gives Ben the perfect opportunity to void the warranty on the JoyCon and tear it down to se...

Reddit folks have estimated that there's about 5,000 pounds of water in this makeshift wading pool. Will the balcony support it for long? Will the balcony resist the weight? from WTF...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCqxOzKNFks These little remote control vehicles are designed to push each other out of a small circle. They dart so fast that it's hard to keep up. [via]...

It's been called a Camping Chair, a Bog Chair, an X-Chair, a Stargazer Chair, a Viking Chair, an African Chair, but "no one can agree on where the design first came from or what it ought be called," says Rain Noe. In her article for Core 77 she looks...

"Oh my god, this is beautiful!," "What IS this?; this is SO cool!" It's not often you get such reactions (especially from non-techies) for a nerdy computer hardware and electronics book filled with esoteric-looking diagrams. But that's what happened...