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30 Fun and Practical DIY Coffee Mugs Storage Ideas for Your Home

30 Fun and Practical DIY Coffee Mugs Storage Ideas for Your Home

How to Make Your Own Go Kart Steering Parts

How to Make Your Own Go Kart Steering Parts

When I traveled recently through Utah, I came across a diner with some wooden bull's heads on the wall. I scribbled their basic layout in my notebook as an inspiration for my own version of it.It is very easy to build this wall decoration. You can built it in any size (mine is approx. 1m/3feet from horn tip to horn tip) and use any material. I took old scrap wood for my version, but cardboard would surely look very nice.

When I traveled recently through Utah, I came across a diner with some wooden bull's heads on the wall. I scribbled their basic layout in my notebook as an inspiration for my own version of it.It is very easy to build this wall decoration. You can built it in any size (mine is approx. 1m/3feet from horn tip to horn tip) and use any material. I took old scrap wood for my version, but cardboard would surely look very nice.

Simple Knot O_O

Simple Knot O_O

Organizador esquinero

Organizador esquinero

Wooden Bull's Head

Wooden Bull's Head

Great idea. Remove bottle to relieve yourself.

Great idea. Remove bottle to relieve yourself.

This project was inspired by a friend asking me to build a go-kart for his kids...got a bit carried away. Flat-packable and incorporating a foot brake, CNC routed from plywood, mostly snap together with just a few screws. Road tested down the port hills in Christchurch, including a spectacular crash (durability testing...). Inquiries welcome on this, we would love to make a few more

This project was inspired by a friend asking me to build a go-kart for his kids...got a bit carried away. Flat-packable and incorporating a foot brake, CNC routed from plywood, mostly snap together with just a few screws. Road tested down the port hills in Christchurch, including a spectacular crash (durability testing...). Inquiries welcome on this, we would love to make a few more