Posts tagged diy
As always, as we ramp up, I find myself with, well, a todo. While some officially count as honeydos (actually there were only two requests on my list this year), many more are self-imposed - me playing catch-up for a full year of under-performance. ha! I love banging out these little items and I’m already 66.67% done my honeydo ... a full two weeks to go. (*huffing on nails and rubbing them confidently on chest*)
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I ultimately chose a system from Malibu , which is sold as far as I can tell exclusively at the Home Depot. Now, I know what you are thinking – while my Malibu system was very affordable, my buying decisions were actually based more on my wants, then on cost. Though again admittedly - my design scheme was still relatively simple and low frills. [Click to Read More]
Be it the Halloween-themed sensory station, the neon glow art work, playland-inspired butcher stations, hanging ghosts, the tombstones, the ghouls, and/or the exploding guts, it all pretty much wows. But admittedly, what gets me is his construction technique - the expert use of among other things, foam board and, well, spray foam … painted of course can give the effect of brain, but also acts as a pretty dang good adhesive. [Click to Read More]
I then turned my attention to security bars. But on checking both the Home Depot and Lowe's, not one thing that either place had would have worked. This then meant that I could do a little internet shopping or I could have had something custom made. That, or I could build a set of my own. And, ultimately I built a set of security bars from materials I had lying around for a total cost, as some folks would have it, of … $0. A set of $0 DIY security bars. [Click to Read More]