Yuka Yoneda

6 Easy-to-Do DIY Projects That Won't Ruin Your Relationship

by , 02/06/14

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EGGCEPTIONAL SEATING

If you and your partner are both DIY newbies and want to start with something that requires practically no hammering, sewing, or even gluing, check out this eggceptionally easy seat made of egg cartons. Conceived by former ReadyMade editor-in-chief Andrew Wagner, this clever project turns found egg cartons into a chair simply by piling them up high and securing them with a few straps. You and your better half can probably crank one of these babies out in just half an hour or so, so why not make one for each of you to sit on and celebrate afterwards during a romantic meal the same night?

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TV TRANSFORMATION

This DIY project is a great compromise if your honey happens to be a hoarder. Julie Brzezinski came up with the idea to turn old TVs into useful storage shelves – a way to finally get those old electronics out of the garage and turn them into something that isn’t just a waste of space. Her shelves are easy to make and are the perfect solution if you’re a couple that constantly argues over what stays and what needs to be thrown away.

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4 Comments

  1. petradakia October 3, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    My translation entry was:
    When he says, “Don’t worry, I can fix that!” he means “I bet I can fix it!”
    Thanks :)

  2. Psychonaut October 1, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    I entered, my submission said “I have it, it must be here somewhere” with the translation to find an excuse to visit the home improvement store

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis

  3. Lori Zimmer Lori Zimmer September 28, 2011 at 9:32 am

    Love the cork mat! We’ve been having fun collecting/saving wine corks for awhile- totally doing this project with them!

  4. Quinny September 25, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    You do know that shipping pallets are treated with a number of “wood preservatives”. Prior to 2003, these included arsenic and chromium (for US made pallets).

    Who knows what kinds of preservatives are in there now and where the pallet was originally made?

    Your nice looking distressed coffee table could be of-gassing some very unhealthy chemicals into your home.

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