Mark McKenna's teeny tiny Designer Emulation lamps emulate some very famous designer lamps, such as Phillippe Starck's Miss K. for example. Choose from five different kits, which will arrive as a flat piece that you pop apart and put together, jigsaw puzzle style.
With basic canned cherries accomplished, I thought it might be fun to try a twist on preserving the rest of the cherries. I'd seen 'bourbon cherries' in gourmet shops...fresh whole cherries swimming in bourbon, adding that smoky oakiness to the cherries, and the cherries giving their sweetness to the bourbon. Here's...
For those city folks who don't know what a silo is, it's a large, usually cylindrical structure used to store silage. What's silage? Stuff ruminators eat. What are ruminators? I'll let you chew on that for a while. However, this particular silo serves a different purpose altogether.
It's true...everyone loves blocks. Still. Always have, always will.
So, Photojojo came up with a tutorial to create a set of blocks you'll never be embarrassed to leave out when company comes over.
So....with more than five pounds of cherries left from syrup making, I realized I was gonna have to get these dudes processable so that, come winter time, I'd be to able use them in a variety of ways. Creating pie filling for freezing was an option, as well as just throwing the cherries whole into the freezer, but I wanted to be able to keep them versatile for whatever...
Whether your produce is treated or straight from your own organic-method backyard, it's always wise to wash it before consuming. If commercial, washing will remove any chemicals, waxes, or supplements, and if natural, it can help rid your goodies of dirt or insects. A quick spray 'wash' helps save water, plus "most chemicals used on produce won't be washed off with a simple application of water—if they were, they wouldn't be very effective in...
This business card from AGRIE Paint Services is actually painted over. To reveal the contact information, you must pull off the painter's tape. Clever, huh? How the tape doesn't damage the surface underneath, I'm not sure. A guess....the 'tape' isn't sticky, and the paint itself is holding it in place....?
This little apartment in Sweden might be short on space, but, because it's long on style, you don't even notice! Decor8 observantly points out the generous use of Ikea pieces,
Back in the mid-80's the monks of the Wat Pa Maha Chedio KaewSisaket temple, Thailand, started collecting bottles with which they could decorate their buildings.
The Bleach Guy, Phelyx, has offered up a tutorial over on Stencil Revolution that'll blow your socks off. He uses stencils and bleach to achieve a tattooed effect on fabric. Warning: It's a project not for the faint of heart! What he uses to do it: