rottingteef:

huh…is this a thing?

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The baby eyes are open!

Cats all up in my Instagram today. Tiger is playing mama bird to my baby.

Ermahgerd, birds! #crafts #cats #ermahgerd

Reworked my space thanks to Zach finding a beautiful vintage Ethan Allen desk for free dollars on Craigslist, which now lives in his mancave, and his old Frankendesk is now my second sewing table. #crafts #sunshine #studio #cats

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I can’t believe it’s been a year already.. Happy birthday baby princess!! I love you so much. You make our not so little family complete.

unconsumption:

Nifty way of converting an unused bottle into a lamp:
procrastinaut:

A Rechargeable LED Cork That Turns Empty Bottles Into Lamps:

Popping off the faux cork top reveals a standard USB connector for charging off AC adapters or your computer, and with a simple twist the bright white LED can be turned on or off. An hour’s charge gets you about two and a half hours of light, which is just enough time to serve dinner, enjoy some conversation, and then subtly hint that it’s time for your guests to head home.

unconsumption:

Nifty way of converting an unused bottle into a lamp:
procrastinaut:

A Rechargeable LED Cork That Turns Empty Bottles Into Lamps:

Popping off the faux cork top reveals a standard USB connector for charging off AC adapters or your computer, and with a simple twist the bright white LED can be turned on or off. An hour’s charge gets you about two and a half hours of light, which is just enough time to serve dinner, enjoy some conversation, and then subtly hint that it’s time for your guests to head home.

unconsumption:

Nifty way of converting an unused bottle into a lamp:

procrastinaut:

A Rechargeable LED Cork That Turns Empty Bottles Into Lamps:

Popping off the faux cork top reveals a standard USB connector for charging off AC adapters or your computer, and with a simple twist the bright white LED can be turned on or off. An hour’s charge gets you about two and a half hours of light, which is just enough time to serve dinner, enjoy some conversation, and then subtly hint that it’s time for your guests to head home.

unconsumption:

Cross-file under: ”Creative reuse of an old clamp” and “vertical storage.” 

(via Diagnosis: Interior Mania)

unconsumption:

Spring project idea: Make your own outdoor seating … 

Every so often, I not only look at Pinterest, but I actually find a pin showcasing a project I’d like to learn more about.

One such example was this DIY outdoor seating project that uses pre-owned cushions, a dozen concrete block units, and four fence posts. Intrigued, I clicked through the pin and found a simple tutorial.

If you’d like to make something like this but don’t already have all the materials, have a look at Freecycle to see if someone in your area has some thing(s) you could use. A home-improvement reuse store — such as a Habitat for Humanity ReStore — in your community may have useful items. (For Habitat ReStore locations, look here.)

Photo via Lena Sekine, who made the sofa that’s pictured using a tutorial via the Kayla’s Basement blog here.

I’ve long since closed Pinterest, and don’t recall whose Pinterest “outdoor seating” pin I originally saw, but, well, thanks, Internet! 

BTW, Unconsumption’s on Pinterest: here

I make these for my girls :) I make these for my girls :)

I make these for my girls :)

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moarrrmagazine:

Colored cachalot 
new poster by Robert Romanowicz