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Today, we’re having a light bulb moment! Let’s make a DIY Industrial Wall Pipe Lamp together! Months ago, we bought an industrial pipe lamp off Carousell and have totally fallen in love with it. Since we’re renovating the office, we decided to make a supersized version for one of our sets. After weeks of research …

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Some practical furniture ideas that could totally change your home decor. Nice and fancy furniture design, but yet affordable. Get some ideas here, roll up your sleeves and diy. Let me know what you think in comment section. Some copper fun facts you didn’t know: Subscribe here: 100 Vintage lamps DIY Ideas: Kopparrör möbler DIY, …

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Ever wonder if your royal icing is too thick or too runny? No longer, with Anne Yorks’ demos and tests for mixing the right icing types for cookie decorating. Love these cookie designs? Learn to make them here — Download a FREE guide with royal icing techniques & tutorials — This is a clip from …

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Learn how to install PEX pipe in bathrooms instead of soldering Get a complete supply list here If you’ve never soldered before it can be intimidating. Plus you can easily catch your house on fire – never a good thing. Today you’ll learn how to install PEX pipe in bathroom. This is a general overview …

There are many different ways you can use the one piping nozzle to get achieve a variety of looks when piping buttercream frosting onto cupcakes. In this video Meg shows you 5 different ways of using the Wilton 2D piping tip.

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Grab a tubing cutter, an emory cloth, a wire brush, and a supply of flux and solder, and get ready to learn how to sweat copper pipe. A remodeling expert takes you through each step in this free video of professional home help tips. Expert: Chris Palmer Bio: Chris Palmer brings his experience as a …

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Click on this link for more videos on plumbing, bathrooms and remodeling. Watch this video to learn more about how they use to build homes, in the late 1950s. It’s not uncommon to find an angled vent pipe in older homes, but you’re probably not going to see them in newer ones. Watch more of …

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