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How To Clean Between Glass On Oven Door

How To Clean Between Glass On Oven Door

Have you ever looked at your oven door – the glass part and wondered how on earth do you clean that. Well, just “ask anna” great tutorial on how to get the job done. Thank you Anna Moseley for a ...

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Easy Birdhouse with Succulent Planter

Easy Birdhouse with Succulent Planter

Here’s a fun idea and a great project for a beginner from Lowe’s – a birdhouse and a planter combined. All the tools, materials, and know how are shared in this build that shows you how to make a lovely ...

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Growing Mosquito Repelling Plants

Growing Mosquito Repelling Plants

One of the downsides of enjoying the outdoors is dealing with mosquitoes. Before reaching for the chemical sprays, try planting these easy-to-grow plants which have natural mosquito-repelling properties… Marigolds Commonly grown as ornamental border plants, marigolds are hardy annual plants ...

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How To Clean Your Washing Machine

How To Clean Your Washing Machine

Most of us don’t think about cleaning our washing machine. We are so busy just getting the washing done we don’t think beyond that. The whole point of the appliance is to take dirty items and clean them right? yes, ...

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Rustic Chic Concrete Planters

Rustic Chic Concrete Planters

Since it is still winter and we really don’t have much to do, let’s think about spring!! After cleaning up all my planting in the fall I ended up with more than one of those red plastic pots. Some of ...

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Flower Pot People

Flower Pot People

Once again something so cleaver “flower pot people.” Wouldn’t you like some for your patio. They are easy to make and the sky seems to be the limit. I love the ones with the red clay posts and for the ...

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Grandma’s Cast Iron Skillet

Grandma’s Cast Iron Skillet

I am sure you remember that heavy black skillet with all of that icky stuff on the sides. It was the one grandma fried chicken in, but it was more than just a skillet. My grandma was an artist with ...

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Cold, Cold Very Cold Means Soup

Cold, Cold Very Cold Means Soup

As cold as it has been a bowl of hot soup sounds good. Guess what I found? Online cooking classes: Building Flavorful Soups – Peter Berley Transform everyday ingredients into an endless variety of soups to please every palate! Learn ...

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