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Display Name: CreeNicole
Member Since: 11/28/09

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Dang, I really thought this kitchen would rocket to the top five! Voters are inscrutable.

Meliha's Focal Point Kitchen Small Cool Kitchens 2013
8/1/13 11:15 AM

I really like the island you built. What a great, creative kitchen!

Matt's Black, Budget-Friendly Kitchen Small Cool Kitchens 2013
7/27/13 05:07 PM

Sterilizing soil to start indoor seeds is a great idea, I've used soil from outside only to find my containers chock full of seedlings I did not plant (weeds, etc.). If the idea of sterilizing the soil sounds too utilitarian for your garden, you can also grab your container and water it down for a few days without planting anything in it. All those little residual seeds will sprout and you can pluck them, eventually leaving weed free but not sterile soil.

12 Home Hacks for Your Microwave | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
4/27/10 11:28 AM


The DIY Attic DD Gaming Room | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
3/10/10 12:40 PM

Well, it looks just fabulous and if Tess is happy that is what really matters, but it always breaks my heart a little to see someone paint over beautiful wood like that. I may have done the work of sanding and then stained a lighter color. Maybe.

Before After: Guest Bed Makeover Cozy Little Cave | Apartment Therapy New York
3/5/10 02:26 PM

I just made this recipe for my boyfriend and I. We are in a delicious bacon-fudge-coma. I must admit, I am a bit of a perfectionist and wanted the top to be smooth. I had used the eagle brand fudge recipe and was having trouble getting it that way. I popped it in the oven (still pre-heated from baking the bacon) for five minutes. Everything fused and smoothed out beautifully. Also, I am refrigerating it to be on the safe side with the meat. But you needn't worry about how long it will keep, while I'd say it would last a week or so, it surely will be devoured by then.

How To Make Candied Bacon Fudge | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
12/13/09 11:25 PM

The crack is really beautiful in its own way. If it can't be fixed like new, I might try fixing it to the frame as well as possible and gluing inside a contrasting layer of rice paper. The light coming through the crack could be a gorgeous effect!

Repairing a Broken Nelson Pendant? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy DC
12/8/09 07:59 PM