DIY Holiday Projects
The holidays are here. Start the season off right with these DIY projects that will make your home merry & bright - as well as warm, comfortable and secure. We'll add new projects throughout the holiday season!
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When you disassemble the tree at the end of the season, do it one level at a time. Once all the branches from one level are off, duct-tape them together and number each layer with a marker. Next year, the tree will go together in a snap!
Free up drawer space and keep tape, twine and ribbon spools handy by storing them on a paper towel holder.
Small air leaks into uninsulated attic space are a major source of heat loss in many homes. Here's how to locate the leak spots and plug them without spending a lot of money. Small Air, Leakes Spots, Attic Spaces, Uninsul Attic, How To Seals Attic Air Leakes, Major Sources, Family Handyman, Families Handyman, Heat Loss
Attic air leaks are a major source of heat loss in many homes. Learn how to locate and plug leak spots without spending a lot of money.
How to Seal Attic Air Leaks
How to Avoid and Remove Window Condensation
Instead of topping your table with evergreens, add a little more color with these DIY mosaic trees.
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Roadside Emergency Guide for Holiday Travel. Learn how to prepare for and handle issues like flat tires, dead batteries and car trouble on winter roads.
Roadside Emergency Guide
Holiday tip: Put a bath rug underneath the tree stand (rubber side up) for easy tree rotation. This makes hanging ornaments really easy - no more stretching or reaching around the tree!
Zip ties are a simple way to string holiday lights on banisters and fences without marring the railing with nail marks. A pack of 20 zip ties costs $1.60 at home centers. You'll find them in the electrical supplies aisle. After the holidays, snip the ties off with scissors. Hanging Lights, String Holiday, Holiday Lights, Zip Ties, Christmas Lights, Christmas Decor, Holiday Decorating, Decorating Tips, Electric Supplies
Looking for a satisfying woodworking project? Make this beautiful maple and walnut cutting board/serving tray. Simple enough that you can start in the morning, then finish it in the afternoon. Wood Work, Woodworking Projects, Walnut Cut, Satisfying Woodworking, Wooden Chops, Cut Boards Servings, Chops Boards, Boards Servings Trays, Beauty Maple
How to Make a Wooden Chopping Board and Serving Tray
Stop cold air in its tracks by replacing the weather stripping around your exterior doors. This simple project will keep your home warm all season long.
Replace Weather Stripping
Level Hanging: Hang Artwork and Wall-hangings Straight and Level. Learn how to hang pictures, heavy mirrors, keyhole shelves and quilts so that they're always straight, level and rock solid. Level Hanging, Hanging Artworks, Decor Ideas, Wall Hanging Straight, Hanging Pictures, Heavy Mirrors, Hang Pictures, Gallery Wall, Diy Projects
How to Repair Christmas Tree Lights
Tips for Preserving Poinsettia Plants. These handy tips will help you keep your plants alive through the holiday season.
Great tips for Christmas decorating. The site says: "It's fun to decorate and this collection of hints will make it even easier. Check out our clever tips for hanging outside lights, keeping your tree from toppling over and how to store your holiday decorations more efficiently. Start your holiday season off right with these festive ideas!" Decor Tips, Holiday Seasons, Christmas Decor, Holiday Decorating, Christmas Trees, Festivals Ideas, Decorating Tips, Start Dig, Handy Hints
Don't tighten your Christmas tree stand nuts by hand - instead, try this simple trick that will let you tighten them with a power drill.
Keep holiday lights from getting tangled by storing them on a hose reel. This a great organization strategy if you have lots of lights that you'd like to string in different locations around your yard. Stores Holiday, Easy Outdoor Christmas Lights, Holiday Lights, Hose Reel, Stores Lights, Lights String, Christmas Decor, Holiday Decorating, Decorating Tips
Keep holiday lights from getting tangled by storing them on a hose reel. This a great organization strategy if you have lots of lights that you'd like to string in different locations around your yard.
Are you taking steps to protect your home from a Christmas tree fire? These simple safety tips will help you safeguard your home from a holiday disaster.
All About Christmas Tree Safety
Keep Christmas tree stand water from leaking onto (and potentially damaging) wood flooring with a plastic snow saucer.