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DIY Rope Hanging Shelf

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DIY Rope Hanging Shelf Hi there, this is Katie.I saw a super cute rope hanging shelf online, but I knew I could make them myself for cheaper. (My super handy husband helped too). All you need is a board, rope, and a nail to hang it from. The boards we used are are ponderosa pine and the rope is a cotton/poly blend that we got from D&B. Ok, you need a few other things. Sandpaper or a sander and a drill or a drill press. Also for a finished look you can either stain or paint your board. We used...

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Great Tips for Selling a Tiny House: Your Guide to Landing a Big Offer

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In 2007, tiny-home enthusiast and builder Jay Shafer gave Oprah a tour of his 97-square-foot house and the modern Tiny Home Movement took off. Today, it’s estimated that there are 10,000 tiny homes gracing the U.S., and over half of Americans are open to the possibility of buying a house of tiny proportions (under 600 square feet). Good news for you, now that you’re selling one! Generally, the number of tiny homes sold per year averages about 30,000 nationwide and has risen in lockstep over the years with the blossoming interest in simple living. However, selling a tiny house in...

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New View Stay Awhile Curate Box Set for $115 + free shipping

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That's the lowest price we could find by $71. Buy Now at Belk Features monogrammed sign coat hook metal bench w/ foldable legs

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Recipe: Orange Chocolate Babka

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This is a long recipe, so I’ve tried to break it up into logical sections. Ingredients: Dough 530 grams all-purpose flour, plus extra for dusting 100 grams granulated sugar 2.4 tsp active dry yeast Grated zest of 1 orange  3 large eggs 1/2 cup water (cold is fine) and up to 1 to 2 tablespoons extra, if needed 3/4 teaspoon fine sea or table salt 150 grams unsalted butter, room temperature Sunflower or other neutral oil, for greasing Method: Dough Combine flour, sugar, yeast and zest in the bottom of the bowl of a stand mixer.Add eggs and 1/2 cup...

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How to Upcycle Glass Bottles

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If you hate to throw glass bottles out, find ways to use them in your home and garden! Use the bottles to hold flowers, candles, or household supplies, for instance. Glass bottles are also beautiful in the garden where you can use them to line paths, feed birds, or water your plants. If you'd like to customize the look of your bottles, you can paint them or etch the glass to match your own unique style. [Edit]Steps [Edit]Using Bottles around the House Wash your glass bottles and dry them thoroughly. It's a good idea to rinse any glass bottles you...

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