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Who here enjoys DIY Projects?

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Im obsessed with Pintrest because they have so many crafty projects for all ages! From decorating mason jars to adding pretty fairy lights around the house.

 

Projects are a good way to past the time and can add beauty to your home.

 

who here likes doing projects?

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I do enjoy doing most projects by myself. The Instructables site has really helped me perform different projects easily. This helps me avoid buying expensive products that I can make by myself. I recommend that everyone should try DIY projects.

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My wife does a lot of arts and crafts type things and likes them very much. Some are practical (e.g., sewing clothes) while others just for fun. I do a decent amount of handmade stuff as part of taking of our property and do a ton of maintenance and repair on equipment, but I wouldn't say I'm really into DIY projects strictly for fun. A recent example is I'm working on a new wood shed to store our firewood. It isn't "just because", but rather to replace one that is no longer workable.

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