Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Cool Wednesday asks a question about do-it-your-selfing . . .

So, how far are you willing to go to make it work?

Jake von Slatt always has some good ideas for retro-fitting over at The Steampunk Workshop. I could actually imagine Mr. Daisy doing this skylight work (after all, my garage is filled with cars and car parts!) but I can't imagine the recumbent bicycles.

There, I fixed it proves that urban Americans will be able to survive "Come the Revolution." Provided we each have a stash of duct tape and superglue. And, maybe, a shopping cart.

I also love the make-your-own "tawashi" shown over at Craft magazine. GF Melissa was just lamenting the lack of things made from "Plarn" over at the Minnesota State Fair. I see a tawashi in her future!

In the spirit of DIY, Youngest Boy made his own snowboard last winter.

I suppose this could also be a "Minnesota Surfboard" as well.

Happy Wednesday! Make something!


Guinifer said...

The problem I have with Super Glue is that every tube I buy winds up with the nozzle being super glued shut!

twinsetellen said...

I think that snowboard needs a plarn cover.