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Posted by on February 19, 2013    |    6 Comments   

Today is the birthday of one of the greatest ‘eReplacers’ we’ve had the pleasure of working with. Most of you probably recognize him from our YouTube channel–we just know him as our loveable repair expert. No matter what project we throw at Mark, he gets it done in his patented style. So from everyone here at eReplacementParts.com, we’d like to say:
 

 

 

Behind the scenes with Mark:

 

We welcome everyone to wish Mark a happy birthday in the comments below!

Posted by on February 13, 2013    |    Leave a reply   

It’s mid-February, and love is certainly in the air! Holidays are always a great time for fun parties, bonding and, of course, DIY projects! We have been spotting Valentine’s Day crafts everywhere we turn and have chosen a few favorites that we feel deserve a round of applause. Be sure to check out their blogs for tutorials and inspiration. If you are a craft award winner, don’t forget to snag the button below and pin it with pride on your blog! Without further ado, here are our Valentine’s Day Craft Award winners:

1. Shaken Together – Lovebirds Specimen Art


How adorable is this? We love this bold frame with delicate details. We loved it even more once we found out it was thrifted! Check out the inexpensive tutorial and make your own Lovebird Specimen Art.

2. Nest of Posies – Cupid’s Arrow

Do you have butterflies in your stomach? We melted at the sight of this DIY project. This wreath was made with very few materials, one of them being recycled cardboard. Create this project today to get your craft kick AND recycling “good deed” knocked out in one sitting.

3. The Adventures of J-Man and Millerbug – Valentine’s Day Topiary

 

How sweet is this? Valentine’s Day essentially means copious amounts of candy in every aisle of the store, so justify your purchase by using some for décor! This topiary is quick to make and is adorable. Learn how to do it yourself and be sure to pick up lots of extra chocolate… just in case you need it for your project, of course!

4. Chase the Star – Valentine’s Day Starburst

Is there anything cuter than distressed wood? We doubt it. Create this craft to show your bursting love in any area of your home. If you create it the way the tutorial says with a ‘d’ hook, you can hang it just about anywhere.

5. Hoosier Homemade – Love Letters

Love love love. We love this craft not only because of its adorable holiday appearance, but because this project can be formatted for a year round look as well. Show your home some love this season with these adorable letters or make them neutral and leave your love up year round.

 

Well, that is our round up of our favorite DIY crafts for this year. Winners – don’t forget your badge for your blog! Did we leave some out? Share your craft in the comments below, and be sure to check out these super-crafty bloggers.


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Posted by on February 8, 2013    |    1 Comment   

With Valentines day just around the corner, we thought it would make sense to give our picks of the five types of handymen that women (both single and married) wish they had around their home. These handymen vary from sexy famous celebrities to fictional character’s that know just know how to get the job done. So ladies, which guy would you choose to tackle your ‘to-do’ list this Valentine’s?

So who did you choose? Let us know in the comments!

Posted by on February 1, 2013    |    Leave a reply   

Well ladies and gentlemen, the big game is finally here. And just like previous years, you can expect one player to stand out and achieve recognition as the game’s most valuable player. In the spirit of the award season, we decided that it’s appropriate to hand out our own accolades for the most iconic tools that DeWalt, Milwaukee, Bosch, and Skil have ever created.

 


 

Did our selections match your hall of fame expectations? Let us know in the comments!