There’s just something about boats that just draws kids in! Perhaps, because boats are a symbol of freedom and adventure – every child I know is fascinated with them. This DIY Ship is both easy to make, and cheap! It uses products you are likely to have laying around your house, like a milk carton or K-Cups. It even floats! #recycled #upcycle #kidsactivity #craft
If I ever won a big fat lottery I'd have hidden passages all over my house, and one would be like a Chinese puzzle where I had to move certain parts of a few adjoining rooms to get into the hidden one!
DIY Standing Dog Gate! Why spend 120$ when you can spend 25$? All you need is: 2x2' panels of lattice, two 1x4s (cut to 2') per panel, 1 1/2" nails, 2 hinges per joint, and gorilla glue (or a drill). I made two pieces, versus one long one with 4 panels, for my 63" opening so I can split them up and use them elsewhere if needed. 3 panels would be large and stable enough for most archways. Sanding is suggested to avoid splinters. The gate can easily be painted or stained to fit right in!