DIY Homemade Solar Furnace -- Solar energy is free, and is always begging us to make use of it. Here is another great way you could make use of solar in your house. Why not build this diy homemade solar furnace to help heat your home this winter. Most of the materials for this project can be re-purposed or picked up at dump yards. The reminder should not cost you more than $50 at your local hardware store.
Star Wars Light Saber—How To Saw this on Pintrest and took it 1 step further… added flashlights to make them actual LIGHT Sabers :) Picked up the pool noodles, flashlights & duct tape at local Dollar store. My Grandkids loved ’em!! Fun for everyone!
The Barnes & Noble supports pre-K-12 schools and not-for-profit arts & literacy organizations. Fundraising opportunities at the local level include in-store bookfairs & holiday gift-wrapping. Programs are set up at the store level. Ask store manager for info. They also offer a limited # of sponsorships & donations located in the community or communities in which they operate. Information: http://www.barnesandnobleinc.com/our_company/sponsorship/sponsorship_local/donations_local.html
Looking to get your jewelry organized and displayed? Head to your local thrift store and pick up an old wooden silverware tray! It can be easily repurposed into a perfect and lovely holder for all things sparkly. Gotta love a thrift store upcycle DIY craft from #SadieSeasongoods
The VinoCaddy, designed and hand-made by local designer Daniel Hilgenberg, is the perfect way to carry two wine glasses and a bottle. It’s also a great presentation piece. There are four material options available: 1) domestic walnut, 2) domestic oak, 3) salvaged and up-cycled domestic chestnut (now extinct), 4) bamboo. Hand made with pride in the USA. Now available at store.theproductfarm.com!@The Product Farm store.theproductfarm.com
"How to Set up a Farm Store" This is pretty much common sense, but there are still a few good ideas here. Alex and I definitely want to have a farm store! We just have to make sure of the local laws are regarding the proximity of food stuffs to a farm, what items can be sold and how, and things of that sort.
Create a learning special education binder to help build literacy and math skills. With a few supplies from your local store, you can set these binders up so your students can work independently and build those foundational skills. Read more at: http://typicallysimple.com/learning-activities-binder-with-free-printable/