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Easy Steps on Building a Playhouse for the Kids

04th October 2010
Playing in a playhouse is a part of a childhood experience. Your kid would not have completed his childhood experience if he or she has not played in one of these playhouses. This is the reason why you as a parent must see to it that your children will ha... Read >
Author: Flynna Sarah E. Molina

How To Use 3D Holograms and their Importance

18th August 2010
Holograms have become the need of every business especially those related with low cost products. Low cost products have more probability of being imitated. Hologram is a specially designed image or photograph that appears under the influence of light wav... Read >
Author: Lasersec

Logitech N315 Laptop Cooler Pad

13th August 2010
Take a look at the Logitech Portable Lapdesk N315 and what do you see? A modern, stylish and sturdy looking tray of some sort. Don't let the simple yet sleek design of this cooler pad fool you. Logitech have obviously worked hard on the design of the N315... Read >
Author: Andy Bond

Treadmills – Automatic and Manual Incline

20th July 2010
For those who have been searching around from treadmill you may have come across many options regarding incline on treadmills. Manual incline is generally found on cheaper treadmills simply because it is cheaper to produce and allows the treadmill to ... Read >
Author: George Knight

Easy ways to paint your own T- shirts

13th July 2010
You don't have to be an artist or a designer to create some head turning t-shirts of your own. Following some simple steps can make you popular among friends. This is so simple and easy that anyone can do it, even a kid with some assistance. You can do it... Read >
Author: Vyom

Glow In The Dark Stars For Ceiling

08th July 2010
You may remember having those glow in the dark stickers stuck on your bedroom ceiling as a child. They were ok but they looked ugly during the day, they didn't glow very brightly and they made a mess of your ceiling if you removed them. There is now a ... Read >
Author: thestarmanuk

How best To Top Dress A Lawn

23rd June 2010
Top Dressing is the task of applying a mixture of sand and topsoil to the surface of a lawn. The renovation process is based on enhancing the integrity of the existing grass, so as to cause as little damage as possible to what is already there. You wil... Read >
Author: Richard Harrison

How to Make a Origami Boat that really Floats

18th June 2010
History tells us that the art of origami was derived to build concrete shapes such as cranes or boats. The origami boat is regarded as papaer folding for pure enjoyment, otherwise known as play origami. This origami sailboat is an intermediate level proje... Read >
Author: Victor Torrealba

Safety guide on how to use a ladder correctly

01st June 2010
Ladder Safety With the right ladder and proper use, working above ground level really should be no problem. Help to make certain you possess an appropriate ladder and use correct method for ladder placement, always keep in mind ladder climbing safety a... Read >
Author: jgoodwin

Eight Tips for Keeping Birds off of Your Porch Lights

24th May 2010
Birds may find your porch lights an ideal place where they can rest or build a nest, especially in springtime. Porch lights provide enough warmth for the nests, and the eggs that the birds may lay in them. The lights can be damaged by the droppings and fe... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

How to Build a Trailer?

21st May 2010
The first thing that you need when you decide to build a trailer is a proper axle kit. You need to figure out the type of trailer that you want to build and then go for it. You can find simple to complex building plans for the trailer at a hardware store ... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

How to Cut an Aluminum Downspout

21st May 2010
If you need to know how to cut a piece of aluminum downspout to replace an existing piece, follow the steps below to help you achieve a successful project.Tools and Materials Needed * Aluminum downspout * Level * Screws * Brackets * Jigsaw with metal cutt... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Homemade Bookbinding Tutorial

19th May 2010
If you have a large digital library of ebooks, chances are you are tired of reading them on the computer screen. It is actually quite simple to bind your own books using this simple bookbinding tutorial. In about five minutes you can create your own b... Read >
Author: Shane

Kelly's Kettle Reviewed

09th April 2010
We are Martin and Adrian. This is our review of the famous Kelly (Volcano) Kettle for which we did a instructional video recently, which was great fun to do. What is a Kelly kettle? A Kelly Kettle is a piece of portable equipment used for outdoor campin... Read >
Author: Martin Castle

Longboard Powersliding

05th March 2010
The first thing you will want to do when learning to slide is to find a place without any hills. We will start by practicing the motions. If you are on flat land, practicing the motions should be easier. If you find that you are having a tough time stayin... Read >
Author: LDRodriguez
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