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Wednesday, 18 April

22:04

DIY Wall Organizer "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

We always say that organization can be functional AND beautiful! This DIY Wall Organizer is the perfect combination of form and function! Its an easy and inexpensive project that will not only help you stay organized, it will give you a beautiful custom piece to add character to your home! So, grab a cup of

The post DIY Wall Organizer appeared first on Shanty 2 Chic.

16:00

A Military Base Home Infused with Cheerful Color "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

A Military Base Home Infused with Cheerful Color | Design*Sponge

A Military Base Home Infused with Cheerful Color | Design*Sponge
When you live on a military base, turning the house youve been allocated into a home that feels comfortable and reflects your personal style can be a real challenge. Luckily for Dan, an Artillery Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, his wife Ariel knows a thing or two about transforming bland spaces into bright, bold and cheerful ones. Together with their pup Bruce and their cats Boots and Toby, Ariel and Dan share a PMQ, Private Military Quarter, on a Canadian Forces Base just outside Fredericton, NB. You may remember Ariel from the Before & After featu...

15:48

The Merc Renovation Episode 3!! (It Made Me CRY!!!) "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Over the last year (can you believe it was a year ago that I published this post?!!) we have put every ounce of our heart and soul into the renovation of the Merc, and you guys have cheered us on, lifted us up, and even brought over treats. When I got episode 3 of our video series with Home Depot back I got suuuuper emotional watching just how far its come.

This is my favorite video yet!! Were talking about the exterior, doors, floors, and windows!

Watch the new video here:

And catch up on episode 1 and 2 here!

The post The Merc Renovation Episode 3!! (It Made Me CRY!!!) appeared first on Vintage Revivals.

14:00

AI for Everyone: Googles AIY Neural Net Kits Go Mainstream Retail "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Starting this week, Target sells the Google AIY kits, both the Voice and Vision variants.

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01:41

How To Stop Mod Podge Projects From Sticking "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

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Quick (less than one minute) video tip how to stop your Mod Podge or decoupage project from sticking to your work surface or table using a common kitchen supply.

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01:08

Few or No Residential Building Codes in Brewster County, Texas "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Brewster County, Texas has minimal building codes

Brewster County, Texas has minimal building codes


From time to time we feature areas around the U.S. that have few or no building codes. Today we profile Brewster County, Texas. Codes typically skyrocket the cost of construction ten-fold, so we encourage natural builders to seek out rural areas with minimal building codes. Search our blog for lots of other counties with few or no codes.

From Wiki: Brewster County is located in the western part of the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,232. Its county seat and only city is Alpine. The county has a total area of 6,192 square miles (16,040 km2). It is the largest county in Texas. The only substantial water is half the width of the Rio Grande river. The largest state park in Texas is Big Bend Ranch State Park at 300,000 acres (1,200 km2).

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The post Few or No Residential Building Codes in Brewster County, Texas appeared first on Natural Building Blog.

Tuesday, 17 April

18:50

Pre-Order: Meet Our New Magazine, Good Company! "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

For the past eight months, Ive been working on a project that has been, without a doubt, the hardest of my career. And its finally here and ready for pre-order. Meet our new biannual magazine: Good Company!

After the success of In the Company of Women, our publisher asked us what the next book would be. But I wanted to do something different. I didnt want to wait another two years to celebrate the stories of talented creatives. I wanted to write about more people, in more depth, and with different themes and focuses to their discussions. While the book was an overview at creative life and work, I wanted to focus on a new project that could get into more complex and long-form discussions. Enter: Good Company.

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17:00

MakerBot Launches New Educator Certification Program "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

MakerBot announces new certification program for educators helping to give them the tools to create curriculum to bring 3D printing int o the classroom.

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The post MakerBot Launches New Educator Certification Program appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

16:00

10 Pet-Safe Houseplants "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

10 Pet-Safe Houseplants, Design*Sponge

10 Pet-Safe Houseplants, Design*Sponge

Last fall my partner and I were jonesing for a dog, so we did what every good renter does and sent our landlords a really nice email. Their reply? A definitive NO! with zero room for negotiating. Since then, weve scratched the itch by deciding on a name for our future pup (hell be called Le Mutt!) and teaching our fish Cinnamon to leap for food. The situations not ideal, but itll have to do for now.

When we do finally get to bring home Le Mutt, Ill be sure to look back on this list of tips from photographer and pet-lover, Margaret Wright. Shes generously distilled everything shes learned raising her own fur babies into a quick guide to 10 Pet-Safe Houseplants. Not only does each suggestion feature substitutes for trendy blooms that a...

15:00

Design and Construct Your Own Tiny Actuators "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Sean Hodgins takes a few moments to show a great example on how to make your own actuators.

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The post Design and Construct Your Own Tiny Actuators appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

01:48

DIY Primitive Water Filter "IndyWatch Feed Diy"


Learn how to make a no cost, simple water filter using three baskets made from vines. The baskets are filled with charcoal, river sand and pebbles to purify the water.

Ive been watching other videos on this same YouTube channel called Primitive Evolution. They show lots of interesting primitive camping/surival techniques.

There are other similar YouTube channels such as Primitive Survival Tool with interesting videos such as making a water filter tank out of bamboo and homemade lime plaster.

I agree with the commenter Anubus MaAt who states: gravel at the top, sand in the middle, charcoal at the bottom charcoal should be fine like sand. (Actually, I didnt know the characoal had to be crushed to powder. Thats why I watch similar videos from time to time.) Also, Id boil the water after filtering, and use a different container to scoop it out of the lake. You want to be extra careful if you are not native to the area. Natives often have a certain amount of resistance or adaptation to local organisms in the water and food that visitors to the area do not have. Lakes, river, streams and the groundwater nowadays is often contaminated.

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