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Tuesday, 17 July

00:00

Checking In: The Jane & Alba Villanueva Suite Design*Sponge

Of all of the things I love about the telenovela spoof Jane the Virgin, the relationship between Jane and her Abuela is my favorite. Their respect and adoration for one another is clear and as solid as a rock. In todays edition of Checking In, were stepping into to a suite made-to-order for Jane and Alba complete with traditional and modern touches that personify my favorite TV grandmother and granddaughter. Grab your favorite romance novel + a babysitter and cozy into the Jane & Alba Villanueva Suite with us. And yes, there will be porch swing sessions every hour, on the hour! Caitlin

P.S. Be sure to read one of my favorite Alba quotes at the end of the post!

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Monday, 16 July

23:00

Light Up Leather Arm Braces Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers

mixing leather and wearables results in some fantastic arm braces

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09:58

Homemade Wood-Fired Pizza Oven Cost Nothing At All To Build (And Feeds Small Multitude)


An oil drum (barrel) and a bit of metal pipe is all you need to make a really simple but effective pizza oven. It may not look very fancy but it works well and it will cook a whole lot of pizza. Also, instead of waiting for days/weeks for your clay oven to dry enough to use, an earth bermed barrel oven can be made and used on the same day. Which is really handy if you have a few people coming round.

The soil/earth/stones are vital to keep the heat in but you could use sand, clay or bricks too. (Dont use bark mulch or anything similar as it will catch fire for sure.) On our oven the soil ended up being around 8 thick at the top which was good but more than was really needed. (We would have built the whole thing into a bank, which would have saved a lot of work, but there wasnt one handy.) I would suggest you aim for 6 minimum.

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The most impressive thing to me was how fast they built this pizza oven and how much food they made. They fed a large group of about 20-30 people and did everything within a few hours.

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Sunday, 15 July

09:26

Off The Grid Cabin In New Zealand Paradise


Hidden amongst the spectacular mountain ranges of the Kahurangi National park of New Zealand, this beautiful off-the-grid cabin sits in paradise.

Affectionally titled the Honeywell Hut, after its builder Jack Honeywell. The off the grid cabin, although relatively new, looks as though it could have sat on the land for a hundred years.

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