For the Home
Crocheted Rag Rug Tutorial * I used the leftover fabric from Elijah's quilt ( still not done with that one. ha!). When I changed colors I used this method but tweaked it a bit... instead of just putting the strip through the hole and folding it over, I went through the hole then tied a knot. It just seemed a little more sturdy that way.
great way to use up old jeans
Woven Woolen Rug - try with crochet? This lovely rug is made from leftover chunky wool. This knitted rug is the simplest of projects to make for the home — and an economical way to recycle remnants of yarn in the age-old tradition. It's also great if you are new to knitting, as it really is so quick and easy to make and a little more functional than many first knitting projects.
Knitted strips are woven into a rug. Good way to use up your wool stash.
Erase hard water stains with a lemon and other tips to naturally clean your bathroom
Pinterest solves my framing issues. Pinterest floats my boat. There is so much great information out there. Of course like anything there is the odd bogan on there too. For the most part though lot's of beautiful images and clever ideas! Like the following. This is a great guide for framing. Something I struggle with putting together at times. Looks like those days are behind me now!
Basic layouts for picture frame decorating
Homemade Furniture Dusting Spray | The "Make Your Own" Zone
replace the middle board of picnic table with rain gutter for drink cooler. Could also serve as a planter in the middle, or hold rocks and solar lights/candles...clever!
feed old book pages through a printer with images!