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How To Hollow Out Rocks

How To Hollow Out Rocks: Photo Tutorial - artisan makes river rock jewelry - would be gorgeous with sea glass. Or fill with glow powder and resin.

Amazing Furniture Made From Found Objects

Manoteca Indoor Door Table - This Indoor Table, made from an old wooden door, has seating for eight and a hidden secret tucked inside. When the door is opened, it becomes a fully functional home office.

Make your small craft area work with this space-conscious DIY foldable craft table, built from inexpensive materials or even scraps. Two fold-out gate-leg dropleaf sections create a small or large workspace, with storage in the base for a sewing machine or supplies.

Make your small craft area work with this space-conscious DIY foldable craft table, built from inexpensive materials or even scraps. Two fold-out gate-leg dropleaf sections create a small or large workspace, with storage in the base for a sewing machine o

SSJ’s TEA SMOKED PANEER WITH SWEET n SOUR POMEGRANATE SAUCE

SSJ’s TEA SMOKED PANEER WITH SWEET n SOUR POMEGRANATE SAUCE

These are fantastic for a number of reasons... Beautifully colorful, a real standout of a dish.  Easy, Really Really DIY Easy to make a...

Cucumber Bites with Herb Cream Cheese and Cherry Tomatoes These are fantastic for a number of reasons. Beautifully colorful, a real standout of a dish. Easy, Really Really DIY Easy to make and cost effective, The whole tray of about 36 appetizers will c

Tinted glass tutorial, pretty amazing how this works. Great for flowers or just to add a bit of color to a room.

color tinted glass jars -- Mix Mod Podge, water and food coloring in a small bowl. If you are doing just one small jar, about 1 TBSP of mod podge with a little less than TBSP of water is a good mix.

I Combined Old And New Photos Of Paris To Bring History To Life | Bored Panda Place de l’Opéra, 1900

I'm Julien Knez from Paris (France). I found photos of Paris taken between 1871 and and then photographed the same site from the same angle. Here are some pictures from my new book Paris, Fenêtres sur l'Histoire, published by Parigramme.