I made this tri-toned leather makeup/toiletry travel bag featuring a fully lined leather interior, decorative braid, and tassel zipper pull! I also made a video to document the entire process (from ideation to creation) via /r/DIY

I made this tri-toned leather makeup/toiletry travel bag featuring a fully lined leather interior, decorative braid, and tassel zipper pull! I also made a video to document the entire process (from ideation to creation) https://ift.tt/2TLEQuW Submitted June 18, 2021 at 01:25PM by Elledawg via reddit https://ift.tt/3zBnfX3

Crawlspace cleaning via /r/DIY

Crawlspace cleaning I just bought a house with a 14'x14' crawlspace under the living room. The previous owner stored cardboard boxes and newspaper in there for at least 15 years and rodents had a field day. I have cleared everything out but I'm left with a 200 sq ft animal waste graveyard. My plan is…

Re-staining a 35 year old exterior wooden door? via /r/DIY

Re-staining a 35 year old exterior wooden door? It’s an exterior door. It’s started to go green from age near the bottom. I know nothing about this stuff- can I just buy some stain and paint it on? It’s for a mausoleum, so one side is exposed to the elements. It doesn’t have to be…

Painting something that gets touched a lot. via /r/DIY

Painting something that gets touched a lot. I’m looking to paint things like controllers that see a lot of touching and rubbing. Normally I’d use spray paint and clear coat but even then it still wears off fairly fast and ruins the design. What type of paint should I use? Is this something even preventable?…

How to make DIY headphone “privacy” one-way connection? via /r/DIY

How to make DIY headphone “privacy” one-way connection? It's a known fact that by flowing current in opposite direction, any headphone can be turned into a (pretty horrible, but functioning) microphone. I thought it could be nice weekend project to make ab "adapter" that prevents this. My knowledge in electronics is pretty limited – my…

Placing through-the-wall AC in a window. via /r/DIY

Placing through-the-wall AC in a window. Hey guys I tried looking this up online found a lot of info for the other way around. Checked the sub and didn’t see anything right off. If it’s a simple answer I’ll remove the post. Maybe I haven’t looked hard enough but… We have a through the wall…