The storage of kitchen knives is always up to date. Some people buy them one at a time and when not in use the knives in a drawer ring and get dull and nicked. Other people store a huge set of nine or ten kitchen knives, six steak knives, a pair of scissors, and a sharpening steel in a huge, angled knife block on the countertop. If you need a cool block to store all of the knives you are currently using, here are some cool tutorials that you might find using.
This cool knife block design takes up less countertop space and shows off the natural beauty of dark walnut wood. The piece is really simple: four vertical boards separated by ten strategically placed partitions. The partitions are shorter than the vertical so that evaporation can be facilitated if a knife is inserted wet after washing. It would be easy to do three or four of these in one afternoon and reserve an additional afternoon for completion.
You can make your own knife block from remnants of PAR pine or meranti and have a practical knife block that holds all kitchen knives for easy access and does no harm to small children in the house. This simple knife block makes a great DIY gift idea too. Read the tutorial to create and finish it and have fun crafting!
Make this simple knife block cheap! Roll up your sleeves and make your own version of such a block. Take some pine shelves and bamboo skewers to fill the box and off you go! The end result is a knife block that you can stick any knife into, very similar to the extremely expensive commercial version. The main advantage is that each new knife fits easily into the block.
Do you want a knife block to scribble on? Even a simple knife block looks a lot more modern with chalk paint and goes with the other black accessories in the kitchen. So you can easily repaint your knife block with blackboard paint. Then decorate with chalk!
Here is another project to upgrade a common knife holder. This tutorial is a lot easier than the previous one because we are using washi tape here. Take the washi tape you like and decorate the block for a cool look. Enjoy!
Color blocking is a very popular way to work with color. It immediately gives your room a modern and fresh feel. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use color to make your existing knife block more bold and modern. Use the schemes from the project or choose different ones to build a bold piece.
Here is a cute and bright knife holder. The tutorial in German shows you how to make it first and then paint and add patterns if you want. Choose the colors and images that go with your kitchen decor and customize your knife block perfectly. Let yourself be inspired and tinker!
Opt for a universal knife holder and you won’t have to worry whether your new knife will fit or not! This tutorial shows you how to make a utility knife holder out of a large tin can and wooden skewers to make sure your knives are in place.
What would you say about a transparent knife block? I would say very modern, bold and comfortable! These cute knife blocks are made of cutting boards and plexiglass. So you can see which knife you pull out, and every new knife will find its place here. Read the project and be inspired!
Removing makeup is very important as our skin regenerates while we sleep. Makeup also stops the skin from rejuvenating naturally. Since the pores become clogged, it can lead to breakouts, fine lines, puffiness, and dark circles. Commercial makeup removers aren't very natural, they can cause allergies and many other skin problems, so a DIY version is a better and healthier solution. Here are some projects that can help.
This makeup remover only takes a few seconds to whip and works even better. If you're not wearing makeup, it works just as well as a skin freshener! You can use these pads to quickly freshen up your face before a party and then remove your make-up. You can make it in a smaller jar or double or triple the recipe to make a larger amount.
Sleeping in makeup can clog your pores, make you more prone to eye infections, and contribute to premature aging. Make sure to remove your makeup and save money in the process with this simple recipe. It contains tea tree oil, jojoba oil, and almond oil, which means your skin will be constantly hydrated.
Taking off your makeup at night is a pain. Yes, it's an essential step in your skin care routine, but it's easy to skip when you're tired. Aside from the fact that many natural facial cleansers won't remove mascara, here's a recipe for a simple, natural, homemade makeup remover that can handle even the toughest of mascara - and save you money, too. Jojoba oil in combination with witch hazel and aloe vera is gentle on the eyes without irritation. You can also make makeup remover wipes by pouring the solution over a stack of pads in a glass.
At this time of year we are all motivated to crank up the exercise. Exercising sweat is good for many things, including making your skin glow, increasing energy, and reducing stress. However, it can also lead to some acne when trapped sweat clogs your pores. When you don't have time to shower, these DIY face wipes are perfect for a post-workout wipe for your face and chest. The combination of witch hazel and aloe is perfect for oily skin, so you can use it as a toner after washing your face overnight. Witch hazel has so many skin benefits, including reducing inflammation and tightening pores. Perfect for every skin type!
DIY makeup remover pads with natural ingredients and essential oils like lavender is a good idea to freshen the skin and such an oil will soothe and soften your skin. These homemade makeup remover wipes will make you feel clean and fresh without chemicals. Make your own makeup remover at home with this homemade eye makeup remover recipe!
If you don't use a lot of makeup and you need a natural remover, this is your recipe. This is a simple tutorial for making your own makeup remover pads out of coconut oil. This is a very healthy option - just use virgin oil. The makeup is gently removed and the face stays clean and calm. This project isn't a good idea if you're using a lot of makeup, but if you don't - this is an easy way to go.
Use these DIY coconut oil makeup removers to remove your makeup without adding extra fillers or chemicals to your skin care routine. Coconut oil is great for moisturizing, baby laundry helps remove the makeup you are wearing, and lavender oil soothes the skin and adds a relaxing scent to the makeup remover.
This gentle, quick, and inexpensive recipe works great for your makeup! It will lighten skin, promote cell renewal, and balance pH, to name a few - but it's not great when it comes to removing mascara. To remove mascara, add hazel extract and olive oil and off you go.
Say goodbye to rubbing and scrubbing as you try to remove stubborn mascara. Say goodbye to raccoon eyes after washing your face. Say goodbye to red eyes and irritated skin caused by harsh makeup removers. And say hello to the clean, clear skin. The two ingredients in this easy DIY makeup remover instantly dissolve makeup, including waterproof mascara, and soothe the skin. Unlike some oil-based makeup removers, this won't clog pores or cause breakouts. Do not store jojoba oil and vitamin E in a clear glass, as light can damage and oxidize (make rancid) the jojoba oil and vitamin E.
Your skin will thank you for it with this simple makeup remover! It doesn't require the use of coconut oil. If your skin can tolerate coconut oil, using that one ingredient on a cotton ball or face pad is an easy and inexpensive answer. If your skin needs a break from coconut oil, or you have a coconut allergy, this recipe removes makeup naturally without irritating the skin. Witch hazel and jojoba oil or some other sweet oil will do the thing! Read it!
Homemade makeup remover wipes are an easy and inexpensive way to cleanse the skin of your face. It uses natural ingredients because commercial ingredients are expensive and don't contain healthy chemicals that shouldn't be touching your skin. If you want to learn how to make your own homemade makeup remover wipes, the source has step-by-step guides!
Make these homemade makeup remover wipes to cleanse your face naturally! Mild soap and water help wash off the foundation, but eye makeup is a little trickier - especially eyeliner and mascara. You will find that oil is a key ingredient in pretty much every makeup remover recipe. Why? Because soap on its own doesn't go very well at convincing mascara stains to leave the eyelids. Read on to find out how this remover is made.