How To Build A Hobbit House In Your Backyard
Apr03

How To Build A Hobbit House In Your Backyard

30-year-old Ashley Yeates is not a hobbit. The Bedford, England, is a design and construction expert that’s much too big to be a hobbit, although rumor has it his feet might be just as hairy–but despite these shortcomings, he decided to build a “hobbit hole” in his garden, a project that took almost a year to complete. After a tree died in the yard, he decided a hole was just the thing to take its place! Many readers have commented...

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Terrarium Jewelry by Ruby Robin Lets You Take Tiny Bits Of Nature With You
Mar30

Terrarium Jewelry by Ruby Robin Lets You Take Tiny Bits Of Nature With You

Kay Bells lets you take a little bit of magic with you wherever you go. The Cork, Ireland based maker handcrafts tiny terrariums “using a range of strange and beautiful curiosities, found in the woods and on the mountain sides, combed from the windswept beaches and picked in the wild meadows.” But that’s not all–Bells also does custom pieces, if you’re willing to send her your precious memories. “I especially love making personalized...

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20 Amazing DIY Ideas For Outdoor Rusted Metal Projects
Mar21

20 Amazing DIY Ideas For Outdoor Rusted Metal Projects

Garden and backyard are the most used space in warm weather, so you should consider change something and make them look nicer. When it comes to create interesting and attractive landscaping, most of time you will choose plants, flowers, stone paths, wood, stone and water.  But in addition, you can not ignore rusted metal decorations. With a little creativity and an artistic touch, you can transform those rusted metal objects into...

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80+ Engineers Who Totally Fixed Things
Mar15

80+ Engineers Who Totally Fixed Things

Ever seen those “Trust me, I’m an engineer” memes? Well, now we know where they got their inspiration from. We’re all guilty of a little DIY now and again. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. And sometimes it’s just plain disastrous. But when it isn’t TOO disastrous, it can often be pretty funny. Which is why A&D have compiled this list of amusingly creative DIY solutions to pesky...

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33 Irresistibly Spring DIYs
Mar03

33 Irresistibly Spring DIYs

It’s not all allergies and rainstorms. Celebrate spring with these easy projects. 01. Having a really cute picnic kit will encourage you to go on more picnics. Source Get the directions here. 02. Welcome your guests the right way with these fruit-slice mats. Source You can make one yourself out of a plain, ugly, round welcome mat. 03. You NEED streamers on your bicycle if you’re going to be riding around town carefree-style. Source...

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Dad Spends 18 Months Transforming Daughter’s Bedroom Into Fairytale Treehouse
Jan23

Dad Spends 18 Months Transforming Daughter’s Bedroom Into Fairytale Treehouse

Every girl wants a fairy tree in her bedroom, so 2016 super-dad candidate and Reddit user radamshome decided to oblige. He spent 350 hours over 18 months to build this magical 4,250 USD project. The concrete and rebar tree is so strong, that it can support up to three adults. Radamshome is an “artist in the video game industry,” and his biggest fear after building this incredible structure is “when she’s 13 and wants it removed from...

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45+ Creative Ways To Repurpose Old Kitchen Stuff
Jan14

45+ Creative Ways To Repurpose Old Kitchen Stuff

Be creative in your kitchen by repurposing old kitchen items. Not only will you save some money, you will also get to hold on to all your old kitchen items and the family memories they carry. Look at these clever ideas and let your imagination work! There is no reason to throw away all your vintage kitchen stuff. 01. Chandelier From Old Wine Bottles source 02. Potted Teapots And Jugs 03. Succulent Tea Cups source 04. Vintage Spoon...

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25 Cool DIY Metal Pipe Projects For Your Home
Jan07

25 Cool DIY Metal Pipe Projects For Your Home

Organizing stuff around the house is possibly one of the hardest things to do nowadays. No matter how practical, we always have to deal with too many things that are absolutely necessary for us or totally unnecessary, meaning we can definitely survive without them, but we cannot resist buying them. However, when it comes to organizing, especially if you live in a smaller place, you have to be really practical and think of (sometimes)...

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20 Of The Best Mason Jar Projects
Jan03

20 Of The Best Mason Jar Projects

Although intended for canning, it seems as though mason jars are used for everything but! Their vintage charm has become more popular than slap bracelets were in the 90’s. I have to admit, I love them, too. I actually paid an unreasonable price for them today at Hobby Lobby: $2 a jar! That was out of pure laziness because I know you can buy these things for pennies at thrift stores, antique malls, and flea markets; maybe it’s their...

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55+ Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion
Jan02

55+ Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion

You don’t have to put those string lights away after the holidays. There are so many elegant ways to incorporate string lights into your home decor. 01. Wrap them around an interestingly shaped mirror. Source 02. Wrap a strand of paper lantern string lights around a twig and hang above the bed. Source 03. Drape bigger bulbs casually to create an effortless lamp. Source 04. Drape lights over a bookshelf. Source Use 3M clear plastic...

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