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PVC Laundry Sorting Bins Project

PVC Laundry Sorting Bins Project PVC pipe is inexpensive and such an easy item to work with and reuse. It is a standard round tube that makes it useful for many projects, such as a holder for different objects. The possibilities are endless when it comes to making your own crafts. If you are looking to …

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DIY Project: Install a Garden Water Feature

DIY Project: Install a Garden Water Feature I have always wanted a water feature in my garden but every time i go to the store to look at some options, the ready made fountains seems to cost a lot of money. I think the main reason i have wanted a water feature is due to the …

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Moccasin Boot Hybrids – Old Meets New Project

Moccasin Boot Hybrids – Old Meets New Project In the cold winter months, your feet can catch a chill just from walking around your home. Park yourself in front of the fire and make yourself a pair of moccasins to warm up your feet, keep comfy, and stay stylish while you’re hanging out indoors. The …

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How To Make An Amazing Porch-Swing Fire Pit

How To Make An Amazing Porch-Swing Fire Pit You should know by now that here at livinggreenandfrugally.com we just love Projects. Just because its a great way to keep your brain working and saves so much money. Anyway! I came across this article that shows you how to build a campfire swing feature for your …

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Cheap and Easy Earthbag Root Cellar Project

Cheap and Easy Earthbag Root Cellar Project  Root cellars are just fantastic. They were essentially the first refrigerators built. They can keep your fruit and vegetables good all year round by keeping your food 40 degrees lower than the summer temperature outside and in winter the root cellar will keep the food just above freezing. …

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Make Your Own Charcoal Easy and Cheap DIY Project

Make Your Own Charcoal Easy and Cheap DIY Project For thousands of years men have been making charcoal from all manner of trees, but experience taught them that the harder the wood the better the grade of charcoal.Why would anyone want to make their own charcoal you may be asking yourself. Besides 8$ a week …

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