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Make yourself a note; grab Post-its and add them to your toolbox as soon as you can. No that’s not a typo, we really do mean your toolbox. As well as being the bee’s knees at leaving reminders and organising your other half/kids, Post-it note pads are very useful for your DIY projects.
The bleak winter nights are drawing to an end and in typical English style the April showers and lighter evenings are here. This can only mean one thing; spring is on its way. First thoughts? Is it too early to start drinking cocktails in the garden? Ok, second thought. When am I going to do the dreaded spring cleaning?
Turns out there’s an art to getting the most out of your oven. You’ve no doubt seen stunning cakes and mouth watering desserts posted by creative bloggers all around the internet. There are a lot of talented people out there. But some bloggers have craftier ideas for their oven projects.
If you were ever a Boy Scout or a Girl Guide you’ll know that it’s important to always be prepared. One of the handy little items that you were probably encouraged to keep about your person at all times was the humble paper clip. With good reason!
Ping into DIY action! It’s not a stretch to say that these rubber band tips will help you organise your life and could change the way you fix things around your home forever.
Christmas is the absolute worst time for an appliance to go wrong. All of the repairs engineers are out enjoying turkey dinners and seasonal drinks. The shops are heaving with people trying to get a bargain in the sales. But you still need a working appliance ASAP!
If nothing breaks in your home over the festive period be thankful for this Christmas miracle! Complex culinary undertakings, houses filled with friends and family, new toys and overexcited children and pets all increase the chance of breakages. But providing you have the right tools for the job it’s no drama.
Guests are arriving and your home looks frightful. Luckily you’re throwing a Halloween party so that’s pretty much the point. Lanterns are lit casting ghostly shadows over the walls and you’ve got a big stack of sweets for any trick-or-treaters that come knocking. But wait! If you really want to fill your guests with dread, decorating your appliances is a must.