Category Archives: My Home – DIY

DIY Aquaponics System Using A 55 Gallon Bucket

DIY Aquaponics System Using A 55 Gallon Bucket

More about Aquaponics HERE In the post below featured in “Living Green and Frugally” you can start with Aquaponics using only a 55 Gallon bucket. Aquaponics is a method by which you grow plants and nurture aquatic animals together in a system that recirculates the nutrients produced, to the benefit of both plants and animals. […]

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How to make a water level

How to make a water level

In this post by retswerb in Instructables he shows us how to make a water level in a few easy steps:        Click here to get detail instructions <img class=”photoset-photo” alt=”IMG_20150814_123202406.jpg” src=”http://cdn.instructables.com/FWS/OECB/IDBHYYT8/FWSOECBIDBHYYT8.MEDIUM.jpg” style=”width:295px;” /> <img class=”photoset-photo” alt=”IMG_20150814_172840000_HDR.jpg” src=”http://cdn.instructables.com/FRS/3HUM/IDBHZOG8/FRS3HUMIDBHZOG8.MEDIUM.jpg” style=”width:295px;” />

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How To Build A DIY Recycling Center

How To Build A DIY Recycling Center

You want them to be invisible, yet accessible… but if you are looking for a more of a recycling area for all your rubbish then this project is the one for you. You can alter the dimensions to suit the bins that you have or the space you have. Click on the link below to […]

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Review of My Shed Plans

Review of My Shed Plans

My Shed Plans is a complete guide that explains how you can build a beautiful shed from scratch. What I particular like is the detail that Ryan Henderson, the writer of the book, is giving to the smallest items – from building rafters for a shed (or how to build a roof truss for a […]

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How To Build A Combo Shed

How To Build A Combo Shed

Step By Step Instructions for a 10 X 12 & 8 X 10 Ft Combo Shed Apply your woodworking skills… Here’s a handsome Colonial-style storage shed that’s one of the most versatile, well-designed backyard buildings I’ve seen. In fact, it’s really two sheds in one: a 10 x 12-ft. toolshed for general storage and an […]

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From Garden Shed to Studio

From Garden Shed to Studio

Reuse, Recycle and Reduce Practicing all three of these activities every day is not only important for a healthy environment, but it can also be fun too. Instead of throwing something away or sending it off to a recycling company, we can reuse it. Why throw something away when you can give it another life? Reusing is […]

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11 DIY Projects For Your Backyard

11 DIY Projects For Your Backyard

Ideas published in the Huffington Post It’s that time of year when you’d rather be outside than in. That means prepping your backyard for BBQs and lazy days spent enjoying the weather. There’s no need to spend a ton of money to have the perfect backyard. All you need is a little creativity, a free […]

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Review on Ted’s Woodworking

Review on Ted’s Woodworking

Looking to get instant access to over 16,000 woodworking plans? You are probably tired of looking through stacks and stacks of projects on woodworking in magazines and books of all kinds for some instructions on how to do a certain project. How would you like to have woodworking plans (actually thousands of them) available to […]

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Woodworking For Dummies

Woodworking For Dummies

A lot of things were different when your grandparents were young. Woodworking was very popular back then and most men had the skills to build something with their own hands. Almost everyone had their own woodworking projects which they worked with whenever they had some time to spare. Things look a lot different today. Few […]

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Building A Woodworking Shed

Building A Woodworking Shed

Shed Construction And Woodworking Tips For Beginners Have you ever built a woodworking shed before? If this is the first time you create anything like that you will need some guidance through the procedure. It’s not as easy as you might think to build a woodworking shed and it’s of big importance that you plan […]

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