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I would like to apologize for neglecting this blog. I have recently started highschool as a freshman and I have 6 pre ap classes and it wears me out.  It has bexame very difficult to run this blog due to me having no spare time really and It takes a load of time to get all the pictures I post on here. So, I will be taking a break from this blog. Im sorry guys. Feel free to unfollow. Ill probably be back later on like october or December.  I love all of you amd ill keep following you guys regardless of who unfollows. Thanks for following me. Follow me on my one and only blog now @mighty-warri0r


My wife picked up this old 70s stool/step ladder at the dump shop. the orange vinyl was all cracked and torn and it was kind of rusted. So I did it up for her! Kinda happy it, next one will be better. #diy #weekendwarrior #bunningslife

Portable Earbuds Container

I actually made this about five years ago but thought I’d share. I liked carrying my MP3 around, but sometimes the earphones’ cord was a bit excessive, catching on things as I walked by, or I’d accidentally step on it when crouching to pick up something. At the time they were my only earphones as well, so I used them constantly and didn’t like continually winding and unwinding it from a rubber band when I needed it, so it would just end up a tangled mess.

DIY Notebook Lined Tee | Say Yes to Hoboken

It’s back to school season and this DIY tee is a simple project for your elementary schooler’s wardrobe. Or your own wardrobe if you’d like. :)

Try this Easy Soft Pretzel Recipe from High Five!   

Before You Being:
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees
Line a cookie sheet with foil and spray with vegetable oil
What You Need:
Coarse salt
One egg
Sprinkle a package of yeast onto ¾ cup of warm water. Add a tablespoon of sugar, and stir. Let stand until mixture foams.
Put two cups of flour and ½ teaspoon of salt into a bowl. Add the yeast mixture and stir.
Sprinkle flour on the counter and knead the dough until it’s smooth.
Roll pieces of dough into ropes and make fun shapes.
Beat an egg with a fork.
Brush pretzels with the egg and sprinkle with coarse salt.
Put the pretzels in the oven. Bake for 15 minutes or until light brown.

DIY Chanel Inspired LEGO Clutch from Studs and Buttonholes here. Really easy DIY using a pencil case and legos. Left Top Photo: $9,900 Chanel LEGO Clutch here, Right Top Photos: $952 LEGO Piano leather clutch here and $952 LEGO Mondrian suede clutch here, Bottom Photo: DIY by Studs and Buttonholes. First seen at Kittenhood here. For more LEGO DIYs go here.
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