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How to: Make This DIY Glam-O-Ween Skull Wreath (With Video)

by M.E. Russell

Classy Halloween Decor: Make this Glam Skull Wreath

I don't know about you, but I've been basically looking forward to Halloween since New Year's Eve. It's such a fun holiday! Candy, ghosts, and ghouls - oh my! Even though I absolutely adore All Hallow's Eve, I'll be the first to admit that the decor can end up on the tackier side of things. Ever on the hunt for classy Halloween decor, I decided to go glam instead. Ditch the traditional black and orange in favor of gold and glitz!     

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If You Can't Beat 'Em, Embrace 'Em: How to Decorate Unsightly Cables and Wires

by Miki40

If You Can't Beat 'Em, Embrace 'Em: How to Decorate Unsightly Cables and Wires

Ah...the wireless era! We're almost there, really, but it's taking too long. Why does the back of my desk have to look like an initiation test for a bomb squad?

Is this a gender issue? I mean, do guys find this photo appealing? Even Attractive? (Ed. - absolutely not.

Why did a box filled with electrical cords in our recent garage sale yielded the highest profit in the shortest amount of time?

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The Composition Chair, made without any hardware or welding.

by Chris Gardner

Aluminum wire. A jig. A pair of pliers. A LOT of crossing and bending. Probably some band aids.

The Composition Chair, made without any hardware or welding.

Designer Kouichi Okamoto of Kyouei Design created "The Composistion Chair" using only a pair of pliers and a jig to bend aluminum wire. No bolts, soldering, reinforcements, screws, nails, glue, or welding required.

created at: 2009-05-15

Those kids in high school that used to make hand-wound chainmail got nothing on this chair.

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Hide your wires behind crown molding.

by Chris Gardner

"WireTracks CM kits turn regular crown molding into removable wiring channels that you can use to hide low voltage or electrical cables (check your local codes). They can be used for simple jobs such as getting wiring from the front of a home theater to the back. Or, they can be installed throughout a building to give building owners the ability to run wiring between any two points that are...

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How to make beaded wire garland.

by DIY Maven

How to make beaded wire garland.

Garland isn’t just for holidays anymore. Here’s a very easy, fast and economical way to make custom-made decorative garland.

What I used.

24 gauge beading wire

Wire cutter

Large and small glass beads (The thing to keep in mind for this project is that the holes in your beads have to be large enough to accommodate TWO widths of your wire.)

What I did.

1. Using my wire cutter, I cut a length of wire–about 2 feet long, in this case.

2. I threaded a...

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