http://www.freeprintable.com/free-printable-paper?page=2 Forget flash and hype: This is the kind of site that makes the Internet a fabulous thing. You may only need graph paper, or music sheets once in a blue moon, but you know that when you need them, they’re but a click away. Terrif.
Tag Archives: diy
http://community.livejournal.com/picturing_food/4610060.html Incredibly beautiful “organic” Easter eggs, made from natural dyes and impressed with garden clippings. What a shame that they must be smashed apart to ultimately be enjoyed.
http://www.goodyblog.com/playing_house/2009/04/the-easiest-easter-eggs-of-all.html Bringing new meaning to the term “tie-dye”; Easter eggs worthy of the boardroom.
http://www.blinkx.com/video/garden-shed-cinema/oRV5fYfO_I1vQytnM6tHcQ A pensioner in Britain has recreated a 1940s cinema, housed in a shed in his garden. I don’t go to the movies much, but I would happily pay the current exorbitant costs to attend this venue. What a delight.
http://www.blambot.com/grammar.shtml Fantastic resource for those of us planning some comic-drawing; This is the Strunk & White of comics lettering. I’m glad I found this before I got started. Thanks, CH!
http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2008/02/top-50-terminal-commands.html Fantastic little hacks for Mac users. Unfortunately, I’m going to have to defer to my code-monkey bro-in-law to insure that I’m doing them correctly. The downside of being an average Mac user, you see, is a complete inability to comprehend this kind of thing, with a common symptom of having an anxiety attack anytime […]
http://robertsabuda.com/popmake/index.asp Master papercraftsman Robert Sabuda very generously shares some free pop-up patterns, as well as the detailed instructions on how to assemble them.
http://craftster.org/blog?p=123 More reinforcement from The Internet. This time, I can practically hear the “neener neener neener”. My foolish attempts at sock monkeys are being pitied by this beaut:
almost free garage heat – just drink a lot of soda at Hemmings Blog: Classic and collectible cars and parts
http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2007/04/26/almost-free-garage-heat-just-drink-a-lot-of-soda For all its faff, every once in a while, the Internet reminds me that I’m not actually as smart as I think. If I was, I would’ve been able to come up with such genius ideas as this pop-can solar heater. Warming up the garage, one insulin spike at a time…
http://www.robwatson.com/foodbox.html A sort of cat condo, complete with remote entry, clearly designed by an kitty-lovin’ engineer with too much time on his hands and too little cat in his lap. If it could keep out the little pharaoh ants who seem to love my own cat’s wet food, I’d order one in a heartbeat. Note: […]