Category Archive: DIY

14 Sneaky Ways to Cut Your Heating Bills

14 Sneaky Ways to Cut Your Heating Bills  We all know we could do more around the home to save energy, but where to start? While some of the biggest energy savers require time and money there are still plenty of lifestyle changes you can make that will save energy, and money. Some don’t cost …

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22 Creative DIY Projects Using PVC Pipe

22 Creative DIY Projects Using PVC Pipe People use PVC pipe to create all sorts of awesome things because it’s cheap, sturdy, and versatile. This weekend, grab some at your local hardware store and tackle one of these fun projects. PVC pipe is inexpensive and easy to use and reuse. It is a standard round …

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The Coolest DIY Glow In The Dark Coffee Table

The Coolest DIY Glow In The Dark Coffee Table  Mike over at instructables.com is an amazing guy! Why? Because he made a crazy cool glow in the dark table. I have never seen anything like it before. What else makes him amazing? He has given us a terrific tutorial, complete with product links, so we can …

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25 Sewing Tips To Make Your Life Easier

25 Sewing Tips To Make Your Life Easier These sewing tips are a great way to increase your skills, also will help speed up your process or just keeping things better organized! Being able to sew on today’s homestead is is a great way to save money and ensure that you are able to repair your family …

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How To Make Your Own Berkey Water Filter

How To Make Your Own Berkey Water Filter The versatile Big Berkey system is the ideal system for use at home with small or medium sized families, travel, outdoor activities or during unexpected emergencies. This powerful system purifies both treated water and untreated raw water from such sources as remote lakes, streams, stagnant ponds and …

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How To Build a Wood Stove Water-Heating Attachment

How To Build a Wood Stove Water-Heating Attachment Are you someone who likes to find ways to save money around the home? This is a worthwhile goal to try and reach if you are getting tired of paying for things like hot water. You can replace a hot water heater if you have a woodstove and …

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