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Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

маленькие хитрости

маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости

Маленькие хитрости


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101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous! Universal knife block made with a box filled with skewers

101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home

101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous! Universal knife block made with a box filled with skewers

Beautiful DIY iPhone stand made from a standard sheet of paper. A nice quick afternoon project.

Beautiful DIY iPhone stand made from a standard sheet of paper. A nice quick afternoon project.

hide computer cables from sight but still allow access to them  Simply add some spacing and cabinet doors!  GENIUS!!!

hide computer cables from sight but still allow access to them Simply add some spacing and cabinet doors! GENIUS!!!

*Cut off foot of sock.  *Turn sock inside out.  *Pull up over your arm and fold a pocket.  *Slide ipod in, and GO!

*Cut off foot of sock. *Turn sock inside out. *Pull up over your arm and fold a pocket. *Slide ipod in, and GO!

Storage | Glee: Knife Blocks are so 1994 - try this instead:  Get a heavy/sturdy container and jam it full with skewers. (it should be really crammed in there, don't skimp on the skewers)    Or you can buy the real version by Martin Robitsch Schaschlik.

Storage | Glee: Knife Blocks are so 1994 - try this instead: Get a heavy/sturdy container and jam it full with skewers. (it should be really crammed in there, don't skimp on the skewers) Or you can buy the real version by Martin Robitsch Schaschlik.

Make a small-parts clamp by wrapping a rubber band around the jaws of needle-nose pliers. The rubber band keeps the jaws of the pliers clamped together for holding small items. It works especially well for getting nuts into inaccessible spots or for starting small finish nails.

10 Smart & Practical Uses for Rubber Bands That Actually Work

Make a small-parts clamp by wrapping a rubber band around the jaws of needle-nose pliers. The rubber band keeps the jaws of the pliers clamped together for holding small items. It works especially well for getting nuts into inaccessible spots or for starting small finish nails.

This is a good way to overcome the forever backorder of the cords I want for some lighting projects.

diy wrapped cords

This is a good way to overcome the forever backorder of the cords I want for some lighting projects.

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