"Bryan S" turned a SEI's wall-mounted, gel fuel fireplace into a realistic fireplace, hearth and all, PERFECT for condos or even rentals.
Here's how he pulled it off, according to the photos and notes he uploaded to this Amazon listing…
This is Offbeat Home's archive of Do It Yourself posts.
How-tos, photos and topics of DIY discussion.
I know some big kids, aka supposed grown-ups, who will be high-tailing it to the hardware store to get s'more supplies for these marshmallow shooters. (Ha! See what I did there?) Then your advanced marshmallow weaponry is easy to load and laughter-inducing to unload. Find out how to make your very own marshmallow arsenal…
Can anyone suggest a quick, cheap fix for these Moroccan lamps? I'm not nearly as crafty as I would like to be and the silk surrounding the shades is so dry and brittle it tears easily if you attempt to clean it. I would however, like to maintain a spicy feel to them. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
I had this odd space in my kitchen that I didn't know how to handle. Apparently, it was some kind of pantry at one point — but now it was just a strange, shallow area covered with cork. I'd seen a few projects around Pinterest and other places where people used metal and chalkboard paint to create a magnetic spice rack and since I had a) no place for spices, and b) no better ideas for the weird space, I decided to go for it.