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Rain Gutter Bookshelves

Would be cute for a kid's room, or a teen's room (such as teens who have lots of sports trophies). All Posts | Page 3 of 130 | FB TroublemakersFB Troublemakers

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Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Inexpensive Wet Basement Solution. Sloping the soil away from the house will take care of the problem most of the time. Firmly pack clay soil around the foundation, with at least a 4-in. slope over the first 4 ft. Place 6-mil black plastic over the soil and cover it with landscape rock. Install 4- to 6-ft. gutter extensions to your downspouts to direct water farther away from your foundation.

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DIY Backyard Ball Run - looks like so much fun and the colors even make it semi-attractive

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Renewable Energy for the Poor Man: Raintube - gutter debris deflection - made of recycled plastic - awesome for retrofitting

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Pipecleaner Weaving

Pipecleaner Weaving. Fine motor development and hand-eye coordination is important in the development of young children. This activity involves both and allows the child to be creative.

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Intensive Vegetable Gardening In Small Spaces

DIY: Milk Jug Scoop For The Garden...make your own from an empty milk jug!

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Reading corner in little girls room! We used plastic rain gutters from Lowes. Totally cheap and the the books are easy to reach and choose this way. You need to buy the long gutters and cut them to size. You'll also need end caps, and corner pieces.

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