Dreamcatchers: One of the most fascinating traditions of Native Americans…

The dreamcatcher has been a part of Native American culture for generations. Traditionally, they are said to protect the sleeping people from negative dreams while letting positive dreams pass through. Dreamcatchers are said to have originated with the Ojibwe people (Ojibwe Chippewa tribe), but it wasn’t until the Pan-Indian Movement of the 1960s and 1970s that…

THIS HOME MIGHT NOT LOOK LIKE MUCH, WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE INSIDE..

Morton buildings tend to look a lot like industrial designs. Some structures can look more like a warehouse than a home. When you go inside, you might be shocked. Morton uses clear-span construction using steel frames. This allows them to design home interiors exactly to home owner specifications. Because there is no need for load-bearing…

Wood Crafts & Design: Man Turns Dead Tree Stump Into Beautiful Sculpture…

It took Lueb Popoff weeks to create this masterpiece, but once you see the finished result you’ll realize it was worth every second. Usually when a tree has to be cut down, a left over stump can be quite the eyesore. But this isn’t the case with talented artist Lueb Popoff. In his world, a stump…

WOW: Woman Transforms Rusty Old Wind Turbine Into An Adorable Pumpkin….

Fall is fast approaching, and that means pumpkins galore! As the weather cools, pumpkins will soon be outside of every house, and they’ll be carved, painted, and decorated in every way imaginable. But another fun pumpkin craft is on the rise—making your own out of other household wares! We’ve seen some pretty cool makeshift pumpkin crafts, including…

It’s Not Just a Hole in the Ground. It’s an Entire VILLAGE….

What is Coober Pedy – This town is located in the northern part of the region called South Australia, and a mining boom circa 1915 makes it different than the average town. While it is the main gem-quality opal supplier in the world, the town has geared itself toward tourism. Who would not want to take a…

Instead of Buying This For $2,000, He Spent $125. 2 Days Later? WOW Amazing!

Meet Joshua Rhodes, he’s going to illustrate how to build a split hexagonal bench to go around a circular fire pit. It’s a sturdy piece of garden furniture and requires carpentry, but the project is worth its money savings. Okay, let’s get started on the next slide. Joshua saw this same beach at Home Depot…