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Use bungee cords and grommets to keep a tablecloth from billowing in the breeze.Cut oilcloth to the length of a rectangular table (or 4 to 6 inches shorter, as we did) and to the width plus 16 inches. Pink or hem the short edges.Tools and MaterialsOilcloth, in Green Gingham, from Oilcloth International; oilcloth.comScissorsPinking shears1-inch grommet kit (including 6 grommets, a cutting block, a hole cutter, and an insert punch)HammerThree 12-inch bungee cords, in various colors, 10003...
Campfire Quesadillas - good party food for   teens or family reunion. Everyone can assemble their own, label the foil, and   then throw it on the grill - natureb4
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Dutch Oven University - All There Is To Know About Dutch Ovens and Campfire Cooking.  Recipes galore too!
Reclaimed pallet wood distressed and turned into a switch plate cover. Follow Rustic Rescue Co. On Facebook to see more projects!
Going Dutch: The Art Of Cooking In A Dutch Oven
Clever use of space