Do you dread climbing into your attic for Christmas decorations or to find boxes tossed into the attic area just to get them out of sight? Have you ever slipped while standing on the supports in the attic? NEVER AGAIN!
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Attic Trac plusTM is a platform and wheel-track system that allows users to...
What I love about my new art supply shelf is that it’s multi-functional: it looks great and keeps my pens, pencils and scissors tidy and within reach.
To make it, MWT* ripped a piece of 3/4" MDF to 5" x 48". (I decided on 48" to match the width of my new work station, above which the shelf will hang.) We added small brackets to both ends of the piece to complete the shelf structure. Next, we spaced and then cut six holes in the horizontal piece...
Food blog Chowhound asks users to submit their cleverest of ideas for utlizing small kitchen spaces in their SMALL KITCHEN DIY FIXES article. After going strong for two months, the information had become a little disorganized, but the tips are well worth plowing through.
Among the highlights:
and organization and purging tips for days.
In an effort to reduce and reuse plastic bags, how about making a plastic bag keeper? Chances are you already have everything you need to make one for free. Or you can buy one at The Container Store for 4.99 plus 6.50 s & h. Your choice.
- A 2 quart plastic bottle (I used a Juicy Juice bottle, which worked particularly well.)
- Box cutter and/or scissors
- Durable tape
- Excess plastic bags
- 12 Cork Trivets (such as the Heat trivet from Ikea, $1.99 for three)
- Sheet of Tempered Hardboard, luan, or other lightweight wood panel
- 12 linear feet (two 6’ lengths) of pine trim
- Paint and supplies
- Picture hanging hardware
- Tape Measure
- Miter Saw, Miter Box, or Crosscut saw
- Wood Glue
- Several wood clamps, and/or small, heavy objects...