Drywall Repair the Old School Way

This is a no-nonsense way of repairing sheetrock the old school way as shown to me by an old timer. The best part about it is you use no sheetrock tape just the sheetrock itself and a little bit of sheetrock mud. Tools and Materials Utility knife6" sheetrock broadknife (putty knife)Framing Square…By: TITRATE Continue Reading(…)


How to Decorate a School Locker

Decorating your locker is a great way to express yourself and impress your friends. Use things like mirrors and storage racks to keep your items neat and organized. Add items like pictures, cut-outs, and carpeting to make your locker your own. Use as many decorations as you’d like! With some supplies and creativity, you can(…)


How to Enjoy High School

The four years of high school can produce some of the most memorable moments of your life. To get the most out of your high school experience, it’s important to focus on your academics while also spending time exploring your passions and friendships. Be yourself as you navigate high school, and don’t be afraid to(…)


Skiing Old School: Wooden Skis

Inspired by my love of skiing, this next project encompasses the art of woodworking to create an old-fashioned pair of skis with today’s modern tools. In Phase 1 we will be discussing the science behind the ski, determining its dimensions for desired performance, and going through each step of const…By: I Follow Aslan Continue Reading(…)


Tiny School Bus Home

So the year is 1979 and my friends all live in old school buses. I was tired of living in the City and paying rent so I decided to build my own Tiny School Bus Home. About the same time I found a book: "Rolling Homes" that lifted bus living to an art form. Since(…)