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Archives: November 2015

  1. Crafty DIY Holiday Gifts

    Looking to put a little more detail and effort into your holiday gifts this year? Creating crafty DIY gifts is the perfect way to show friends and loved ones how much they mean to you. Homemade holiday gift projects are not just for advanced crafters. Anyone can do the following projects, and they are all budget-friendly. We have included the...
  2. Craft Stations for Grown Up Holiday Parties

    Craft stations are not just for kids anymore! Setting up various stations at holiday parties is a fun and exciting way for guests to interact with each other. Crafts do not have to be complicated, time-consuming, or expensive. They can be easy projects and serve as party favors for guests to take home at the end of the event. Craft...
  3. Tips for Setting up Holiday Lights Outdoors for Newbies

    Decorating the house and yard with lights is a common holiday practice for many families. Whether you’re a novice to the process or just increasing your efforts this year, there are some tips you should be familiar with before getting started. Hanging lights in and around your house is a process that can take as little as an hour, or...
  4. 7 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

    Temperatures around the country have started cooling down and it won’t be long before many areas experience the precipitation that comes along with winter. There is plenty you can do to ensure the next few months at home are as comfortable as possible. Now is the time for weekend warriors to prepare the home for winter if it hasn’t been...
  5. Ways to Childproof Your Home During the Holidays

    The holiday season is quickly approaching which means travels, toys, visitors, and decorations all around the house for many families. Although it is one of the happiest times of the year for little ones, the holiday season can pose hazards that are not a threat during the rest of the year. Extra safety measures and precautions can be made around...
  6. DIY Limitations – Home Projects That Require the Help of a Pro

    DIY projects give renters and homeowners an outlet to create a home that best fits their individual tastes. From applying creative stencils and wallpapers to landscaping, these projects increase the skill of DIY enthusiasts over time. Doing work around the house without the help of a pro can also save a fair amount of money in the long run. But...
  7. Ideas for Reinventing Your Dull Doors

    Doors play an important role in the home. They separate the function of one room from another, provide a physical barrier between hosts and guests, and during different seasons they either contain warmth and coziness or allow for a light and airy atmosphere. Many renters and homeowners tend to view doors as just a functional element of a space, but...
  8. Steps for Bleeding a Radiator This Winter

    Bleeding a radiator is a normal routine for many homeowners and renters during winter. You’ll know it’s time to bleed the radiator if the bottom feels warm but the top feels cool. If there is a lot of air trapped inside, the radiator will feel cold all over. Bleeding a radiator is an easy maintenance job that any handyman can...

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