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    A decent-sized empty can and a sturdy knife allow you to make a small stove that helps focus the heat of your burning fuel on your cooking device. (Pot, pan, skillet, etc.)

    37 Awesome Survival/Prepping Hacks

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    Building a solar panel heater out of aluminum cans

    Building a solar heater with recycled cans

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    terra-cotta space heater.... several ways to do it, can heat up an entire room. Going to keep a supply of pots and candles on hand, to warm each room in case the power goes out this winter!

    Heating on the Cheap

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    How to Make Your Own Silicon Solar Panels - garden lighting?

    How to Make Your Own Silicon Solar Panels | eHow

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    Useless information #26: How to Hollow and Clean Out Lightbulbs

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    Not planning on painting any time soon, but holy crap in a bucket! So smart. Use this trick to cover carpet before painting - as well as all surfaces. Contractor secrets roundup

    Renovation Tips

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    Shadow puppets. Essential life skills.

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    Patio table made from pallets! With instructions :)

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    How to clean the "image" off of tubs to re-use them for gift giving.

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    How to get wax out of old candles to reuse containers. I will be so glad I pinned this!!

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    10 Spray Paint Tips: what you never knew about spray paint. So good to know! Read before your next project!

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    Golf tee fix for stripped holes - put in glue, hammer in golf tee, cut off excess, then add screw = fixed.

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    Entirely Eventful Day: How to Build a Custom Frame

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    Let's face it, there's always a better and more efficient way to complete everyday tasks, and these clever ideas aim to help you do just that.

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    Another pinner said: I wish I had seen this years ago!! Tape before caulking. Smooth out with finger. Then peel off the tape immediately, before it dries.

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    How to Tell How Much Propane Is Left for Your Gas Grill

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    The true cost of selling your handmade products

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    My husband and I have been doing the Dave Ramsey Debt Snowball system/budget for the last 2 years and we have paid off 2 cars, 3 credit cards, and are still going strong. I would recommend it to EVERYONE!

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    DIY: How To Drill Holes In Glass...for future reference

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    how to draw lips.

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    I can't believe how simple this sounds, Heck of alot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy!

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    Oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Who knew? I bet these smell amazing! -I want to try this!

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    Hiding Router / cable box

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    Don't have a projector and want to paint something on the wall? Just need a box, a lamp and tape.

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    Glass cutting with only yarn and fingernail polish remover- Here is what you do: wrap the cotton yarn around your bottle 5-6 times, tie and cut ends. -slide yarn off of the bottle -dip in nail polish remover -slide the wet yarn back onto the bottle---NOTE---the bottle will be cut at whatever angle you have the yarn at, so if you are interested in doing a sideways cut just adjust your yarn -light on fire ****please please be careful**** -only the wet yarn will be lit on fire and t...

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