Michael Tsirlis

Michael Tsirlis

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Knobble vaas - Curiosaweb

Knobble vaas - Curiosaweb

<p>There are only two little secrets to making spoons, ladles, and forks out of wood. The first is that you don’t carve the spoon from a block of wood; rather, you find a branch with a spoon in it.</p> <div class=

Making wooden kitchen spoons and similar utensils - Resilience you don’t carve the spoon from a block of wood; rather, you find a branch with a spoon in it.

Step-by-step instructions (with photos) for DIY succulent potting soil. Making your own succulent potting soil is cheaper than buying the commercial stuff.

DIY Succulent Potting Soil 3 parts of Potting soil. (Light potting soil with No Vermiculite) 2 parts Coarse Sand (play kind) 1 part Pumice or Perlite

66 Creative Garden Edging Ideas - using rocks, hoses, wine bottles, metal wheels, fences... awesome DIYs to try all year round!

66 Creative Garden Edging Ideas – using rocks, hoses, wine bottles, metal wheels, fences… awesome DIYs to try all year round!