Ashley Baker

Ashley Baker

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angle the bottom forward so the items hang down in back and don't interfere with the others hanging in front below.

angle the bottom forward so the items hang down in back and don't interfere with the others hanging in front below.

After building quite a few of these babies by requests from Instagram photos, I've finally made a listing on my website for the Waterfall Cambria, pictured here in a never-seen-before .75 carat size in rose gold and diamonds (finger size 5.5) The Waterfall Cambria is a slight variation of the Cambria design - the only difference is that it uses varying sizes of outer rounds rather than rounds that are all the same size, creating a "waterfall" effect. It pulls the prongs in closer f

After building quite a few of these babies by requests from Instagram photos, I've finally made a listing on my website for the Waterfall Cambria, pictured here in a never-seen-before .75 carat size in rose gold and diamonds (finger size 5.5) The Waterfall Cambria is a slight variation of the Cambria design - the only difference is that it uses varying sizes of outer rounds rather than rounds that are all the same size, creating a "waterfall" effect. It pulls the prongs in closer f

Hanging Book Shelf - Drill three holes in a slab of wood, thread some rope through and tie a knot at each end. Hang the suspended slab of wood via a hook screwed into a ceiling beam and you’ve got yourself a beautiful alternative to a table.

Hanging Book Shelf - Drill three holes in a slab of wood, thread some rope through and tie a knot at each end. Hang the suspended slab of wood via a hook screwed into a ceiling beam and you’ve got yourself a beautiful alternative to a table.

Make this vertical planter using blocks of reclaimed wood, threaded rods and nuts, and some recycled food jars or mason jars. - See more at: http://www.home-dzine.co.za/diy-1/diy-vertical-planter.html#sthash.ZG6SGnBq.dpuf

Make this vertical planter using blocks of reclaimed wood, threaded rods and nuts, and some recycled food jars or mason jars. - See more at: http://www.home-dzine.co.za/diy-1/diy-vertical-planter.html#sthash.ZG6SGnBq.dpuf