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Top 30 Animals Projects

  1. 16. How to Add a Recessed Aquarium

    Learn how one family saves space in their home while adding a new aquarium.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  2. 17. Log Yard Animal (06:00)

    Make your own decorative log yard animals and save a bundle of money.

  3. 18. Colorful Creatures (04:37)

    Artist Robert Tolone sculpts vivid animal figures in both plastic and wood.

  4. 19. Polymer Clay Sock Monkeys (09:01)

    Carol Duvall demonstrates the process for making sock monkeys without the socks.

  5. 20. The Daney Dead Zone Den (00:03:52)

    The Daneys get a den for the whole family (minus the stuffed animal heads).

  6. 21. Six Easy Stress Busters (00:02:02)

    Dan and Laurie share six easy ways for you to alleviate daily stress.

  7. 22. Common Garden Pests

    The gardening experts at DIY Network share garden pests and how to properly deal with them.

  8. 23. Tips for Protecting Corn From Disease, Pests and Animals

    Use these DIY Network tips to keep weeds and insects away from corn crop before harvesting.

  9. 24. Getting Rid of Critters

    Nocturnal creatures could be to blame for lawn damage in their nightly quests for grubs. DIY experts offer tips on how to keep them awa...

  10. 25. Pigging Out (03:35)

    Turn your plain house slippers into your favorite animal.

  11. 26. Sock Frog (05:44)

    How to create another member of the sock monkey family, a sock frog.

  12. 27. How to Set Up an Aquarium

    Learn how to set up and add fish to your recessed aquarium with these DIY tips.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 28. Sock Rattlesnake (05:53)

    Ann Jacobs Mooney shows Carol how to make a rattlesnake out of socks.

  14. 29. Beneficial Garden Creatures

    The gardening experts at DIY Network show garden allies — wild creatures beneficial to your garden.

  15. 30. Diseases, Insects and Animals

    These three things constantly threaten gardens. DIY experts offer some effective tactics for keeping these threats at bay.

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