Check out the NEW TUTORIAL here! Check out my NEWEST FINISHED BUBBLE QUILTS! If your handmade projects are not bringing you the fluffiness in your life, consider the next cute DIY idea. From as little as pieces of scrap fabric and some Poly-Fill (or any other fluffy filling), you could easily make a large and comfortable quilt rug, blanket or (why not?) bed for your toddler. See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/how-to-make-a-bubble-quilt/
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Who wants to fry bacon and eggs in a camp skillet when you can use a paper bag? This old campfire cooking trick makes for a simple and delicious camp meal without the hassle of after dinner clean-up. All that’s required is a bit of fresh bacon, a couple eggs, 1 paper lunch sack, a fire, and a hearty appetite.
Don’t struggle to balance a funnel while scooping or pouring seed into bird feeders. Make the task quick and mess-free! Once it’s empty, wash out a gallon milk jug and screw the lid back on. Then cut into the plastic just below the handle, continuing until the bottom comes off and the jug resembles an oversized scoop.
If you’re a beginner and still wondering what type of gardening to get into, then raised bed gardening is something you should consider. This form of gardening offers an array of benefits. Here are the top advantages you can enjoy according to… 10 Steps to Building Your Own Raised Garden Beds 10 Steps to Building Your Own Raised Garden Beds
There are many easy, inexpensive and creative Christmas crafts that you kids can make. These simple cute toilet paper roll crafts are perfect examples. What do you think about that? See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/diy-project-toilet-paper-roll-wall-art/
Here’s a DIY project by Christopher from Norway. He show us how to build a hinged hoophouse for a raised bed. It’s a simple and cheap build that gives your raised bed the little extra. He spent about $100 for materials, and takes about 3 hours. Part list: 1,5×4 inch untreated wood 9 x 2 meter 16mm PVC pipes Brackets for pvc pipes Handle … available here… Gas cylinder … available here… Greenhouse Plastic Film … available here… M12
James start to building his new log cabin, for free, and he talk about the time lived off-grid and show us his old log cabin that has been standing for 25 years now – 15 of those years completely unmaintained. Stay tuned for the following videos as he complete the cabin using all natural materials and stockpile food and other supplies for a year of off-grid living. See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/how-to-build-an-off-grid-log-cabin-for-free/
Root cellaring is a clever way to store vegetables, but if all this sounds new to you than you are going to need an initiation in this concept. The root cellaring technique is very convenient is you want to grow more types of vegetables at once and have fresh food all year long. See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/how-a-root-cellaring-works/
With the winter holidays just around the corner, decorating the home in an appropriate way is a huge deal. That’s why we share with you an interesting collection of DIY pine cone projects. From a simple Christmas door wreath to an intricate painted table center pieces…. See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/diy-pine-cone-crafts-to-decorate-your-home/