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My friend Scott Brown’s a social worker who has breast cancer and needs to take time off from his career to fight his illness and will need help with his expenses. My Ice Bucket Challenge is dedicated to his fight by supporting his GoFundMe page. Continue reading
UPDATED – NEW PHOTOS. The painting is done. The lid is attached and meets in the middle. But things are looking a little… plain. I want embellishments — no — I want hardware! Check it out! Continue reading
UPDATED. Galvanized metal. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…
…Well, give me a minute! Continue reading
Today I construct my washtub’s frame, cut the doors, and muscle-on the casters! Continue reading
Some roughed-out plans for turning an old washtub into a grill stand/cooler. Continue reading
I’m sharing my first steps towards physically preparing my canvas (aka the washtub), by removing the rusted, worn down casters currently crimped onto the legs. Check out the gallery for the work-in-progress. Continue reading
Hey everybody, as you may already know, May is Masturbation Month! In that vein, and with testicular cancer awareness in mind, I bring you a PSA from the Testicular Cancer Awareness mascot, Señor Testicles!
In the coming weeks I’ll be posting about the design, process and pitfalls of turning this dingy old laundry washtub into a retro and functional piece of patio furniture. Continue reading
In this episode we meet two of the contestants in the WCM; a seasoned competitor and master at chocolate sculpting and a first time competitor trying to make a mark in what has been a man’s world. A tense battle between Experience and Youth ensues and culminates in tragedy in the kitchen! Continue reading
One of the more unique experiences that my former partner Madeline and I had as pioneering How-To video podcasters was our invitation to cover the United States finals of the prestigious, global chocolatiers’ competition, The World Chocolate Masters. It was … Continue reading