Build a Garden Archway You can make this garden trellis from just $25 of steel rebar. And you won’t have to weld a thing. We’ll show you how to bend the arches and attach the decorative circles with wire. When you’re done, cover it with climbing plants for an attractive addition to your garden.
Remodel your kitchen quickly and easily by cutting out old wooden door panels and installing new, striking materials, like metal, glass or fabric. Do it yourself to keep the cost low. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine: June 2011 Step 1: Decide on new door inset material Step 2: Remove the old panels Step 3: Install the metal inserts
FamilyHandyman.com: Composting Tips - Kick your composting up a notch with these tips. -- Using this simple 3-bin composter you can turn yard and kitchen waste into rich compost in 4 to 6 weeks.
Lint Bunnies Begone--cleaning out the dryer vent.
Headlight out? Use these four simple steps to determine if your bad headlight or taillight is caused by a burnt-out bulb, a corroded socket or a bad wire.
DIY Projects to Try
Make an attractive border for a concrete walkway or patio using brick pavers set. Now I like the border of brick. With a solid gravel base, a brick border will last for the life of your house.
DIY Wood Cornice - Made one for every room in the house. Can use the top as a shelf for picture frames or Christmas decor.
DIY Problem Solvers and Household Tips Tools and materials every DIYer should know about
for the kids
Buy a precut mirror and fix the broken one on your car. The fix costs less than $20 for parts and supplies and takes only 10 minutes to complete.
Ground cables tend to corrode and cause various electrical malfunctions. A simple cleaning will clear up many problems.
Hang two shower curtain rods. One on the inside for the shower curtain and one on the outside to create easy access to your towel when you're done in the shower. This guy sure seems happy about it.
How to Build a Cheap Storage Shed/Playhouse or a studio. I will be so happy I pinned this in a few years!
T-Stands for Everything: T-Stands for Everything T-stands have any number of uses in a shop. Use them on your workbench, on sawhorses, even on the floor. Set projects on them for painting and staining, use them as drying racks when you're finishing trim boards, rest cabinets on them when you're clamping on a face frame, and lay planks on them for gluing and clamping. They stack together neatly and don't take up a lot of precious shop space.
Professional house cleaners spill their best-kept cleaning secrets! Use these tips to simplify your housecleaning—and save time and effort.
Neat Gravel Walkway While you can use any number of things to border a gravel path—from pressure-treated lumber and stones to store-bought plastic edging—consider paving stones to create a more professional, finished look. Size, composition, and affordability all make today's pavers an easy solution to many landscaping needs.