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Tin cans are something we all have in our kitchen cabinets. Once we use their content, most of us just toss them out but, why create more garbage when you can repurpose them in such beautiful ways?

13 of the most loving and easy crafts you can do with old tin cans

DIYer demonstrates how to make yarn hat ornaments  | SF Globe

Little Yarn Hats - Wind yarn onto strips of toilet paper rolls to make these cute tiny hats.

If you've purchased paint at the hardware store lately, you're sure to have come across the wooden paint sticks that often are used to stir paint inside their cans ...

Paint stir sticks were originally intended to be a tool to help people mix paint in buckets. While this is still true today, some of the more creative DIY-ers have used paint sticks for all sorts of fun, creative projects and crafts …

How To Turn Your Blinds Into Roman Shades At Home

Get custom window treatments on a budget by turning mini blinds into pretty Roman shades.

Pumpkin Pie Pudding |

Great, fast dessert for fall. I added an extra cup pumpkin puree and a dash of clove and ginger. Pumpkin Pie Pudding recipe from Cooking Light

Pumpkin Pudding (a.k.a. No-Pie Pumpkin Pie)

Pumpkin Pudding (a. No-Pie Pumpkin Pie) Crustless Pumpkin Pie

Genius and the Akashic Records

Binaural beats and isochronic tones are used in an attempt to synchronize one's own brainwaves with a rhythm or beat, in order to reach a frequency corresponding to a certain level of consciousness.

The Book of Soyga

The maddeningly magical maths of John Dee As an exhibition of notorious magician John Dee’s books continues, Philip Ball argues that he warrants a place in science's history / Image: Portrait of John Dee

Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup | #crockpot

This Chicken Enchilada Soup for the Slow Cooker is the best slow cooker enchilada soup recipe you'll ever make! If you like making easy soups for dinner, this chicken enchilada soup will be your new go-to recipe.


Popsicle Stick Bracelets - Boil popsicle sticks, put them in a cup overnight to shape them, cover with washi tape, modge podge, etc. to make bracelets - how cool!