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How to Make a Wishing Well

by howtomakestuff Posted on September 23rd, 2009

Everyone has thrown a penny into a wishing well. Wishing wells can be found in malls, carnivals, and tourist destinations, where children and the young-at-heart throw coins into the mouth of a well to make a dream come true. If you plan to build a wishing well of your own, here are some [...]

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How to Make a Japanese Garden

by Elaine Posted on July 12th, 2009

The Japanese are known for their great appreciation for nature and the elements, reason why many of them have beautiful gardens in their home (For more information on Japan, read Japan - Your destination to the rising sun). These gardens are peaceful and relaxing, and chances are even if you’re not Japanese, you’d like to [...]

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How to Make a Snow Fort

by Carmelia Posted on July 12th, 2009

If you’re gunning for some serious snowball fights, you better make sure you’ve got a snow fort to help protect you. However, you have to make sure that the snow is in an ideal consistency to make a snow fort. Like snowballs, snow used for snow forts require to be not too wet and not [...]

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How to Make a Butterfly Garden

by Paul Posted on July 8th, 2009

A butterfly garden isn’t just about letting different kinds of butterflies loose in your lawn or garden. You should make certain arrangements, so the shrubs match the hues of the colorful insects. Certain plants and blooms must be added to create a paradise-like effect. If you feel your garden isn’t dainty enough, [...]

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How to Make a Planter Box

by Paul Posted on June 8th, 2009

The planter box is like a mini garden affixed inside or outside your home. It contains shrubs and flowering plants that raise your home’s aesthetic level. For such a container to produce that effect, it has to be made with style and precision. With some carpentry skills and the right sized raw [...]

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How to Make a Hedge for your Garden

by Paul Posted on May 19th, 2009

A hedge beautifies your garden like an ancient courtyard. The trimmed plants are layered like walls, forming a maze, which often leads to a couple of marble fountains placed before the mansion’s entrance. Such a picturesque feature will surely raise the aesthetics of any home. Make the outdoors just as elegant as [...]

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How to Make a Vegetable Garden in your Backyard

by Paul Posted on April 27th, 2009

A vegetable garden beautifies homes and boosts your nutrition when properly maintained and arranged. If you want to create one, you should make the necessary adjustments to your backyard. Vegetables don’t just grow on any plot of soil. They require certain much nourishment, a good amount of sunlight, water, and a drainage [...]

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How to Make an Organic Fertilizer

by Paul Posted on April 22nd, 2009

Organic fertilizer or compost is made of natural materials aimed to enrich the soil on your garden. By applying the mixture, the soil gains nutrients, which are then absorbed by the plants. The plants, in turn, get much nourishment, prompting them to be healthier and look more robust. Organic fertilizer is clearly [...]

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How To Make Your Own Wampum Belt Design

by howtomakestuff Posted on March 1st, 2009

The Native Americans have a rich culture steeped in centuries of history and tradition. The skills to make tools, artifacts, and handicrafts have been passed on from generation to generation, and form part of the cultural wealth of America. It is up to all of us to preserve this vast wealth of cultures [...]

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How To Make Easter Eggs

by Paul Posted on February 24th, 2009

Making Easter eggs is a fun activity for the whole family. The eggs, dyed or painted, bear quite a number of patterns, all of which aimed to please the kids come Easter Sunday. Use your creativity to turn a group of ordinary chicken eggs into colorful creations.
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The Easter egg is created through [...]

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