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DIYIssue 31pulse

By Connor Duewell The season of giving is here again, which means it’s time to brush up on our gift wrapping techniques! The first–and possibly the most important–step is to make sure that your wrapping paper is the right size. If the paper is too small it won’t cover the

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DIYIssue 30

By Noel Daniel   Halloween has a way of sneaking up on us every year. Maybe there are some who’ll spend all year planning their costume, but somehow the holiday manages to catch many of us by surprise. Worry not, however. We’ve put together six great contenders for the whole

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DIYIssue 29pulse

By Ashley Stinson  I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream, and in July you can scream your very loudest while you celebrate national Ice Cream month. You could celebrate the month by buying a few tubs at the store, or you could do something really special and

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DIYIssue 28

  By Ashley Stinson Spring is in full bloom, and it’s the perfect time of year to get outside, get your hands in the dirt, and start growing something. While the heat of the Valley can sometimes make growing a flower garden a bit of a challenge, a garden full

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DIYIssue 27pulse

Let’s just be honest—when’s the last time your spring cleaning included your garden? When it comes to freshening up your greenery game, maybe you’re falling a bit behind. Fear not: we’ve found three ways to bring glam back into your garden. Coffee Can Lights  Plan a design, first mapping it

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DIYIssue 25pulse

For some people, half the fun of Christmas is in the decorating. Instead of breaking the bank this Christmas, save money for presents by crafting some Christmas decor of your own! Cinnamon Candle Holder This is one simple and fragrant DIY that you’ll wonder how you’ve lived without. It’s not

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