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DIY Simple Hexagon Display Shelf

This video shows how to build a simple hexagon shaped display shelf.  It's great for displaying small items.  You can also build several shelves and put them together to make unique patterns.  


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DIY Sporting Goods Storage Cabinet

 This video shows how to build a sporting good storage cabinet for baseball and softball bats, larger balls, and a shelf for smaller balls or items that need to be stored.  We used the shelf for flying discs but if you put a small lip on the front of the shelf it could easily be used for softball, baseballs, and tennis balls. The larger balls are held in place by bungee cords and easily accessible from the front of the cabinet.  They can also be tossed in the top of the cabinet. 


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DIY Tilt Out Laundry Hamper

This video shows to make a 3 bin laundry hamper cabinet.  The project uses minimal power tools.  The design could also be used to conceal garbage bins. 

How to make wine: Merlot wine kit

This video shows the steps involved with making a Master Vintner Winemaker's Reserve wine kit.  This kit uses juice from California grown Merlot grapes.  Follow along as I learn about making wine from kits. 

How to install a Honda hitch on a Honda Odyssey

This video explains how to install a Honda brand hitch on a 2014 Honda Odyssey minivan.  The hitch fits up higher than aftermarket hitches which makes it more concealed behind the bumper.  The installation does require removing material from the bumper to have it fit properly. 

How to Make Color Changing Slime!

This video shows how to make color changing slime with thermochromic pigment.  Clear glue and white based versions are demonstrated.   

How to Make a Watermelon Shark Head

 Create a watermelon shark head for a party or gathering. 

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Twin Town DIY

We work on DIY projects across a range of topics:  woodworking, wine making, baking, and indoor and outdoor home projects.  The common element is "learning to try".  That means we are making things and learning along the way.  The results may vary, but let's learn and create things together.  Enjoy! 


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