• Tipsy the Boler Before: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Tipsy the Boler Before

    Tipsy the Boler before – it’s hard to call this post a before since it’s actually more like an in-between. When we got Tipsy back in 2012 we travelled in her for the first time in 2014 and then spent that summer fixing her up for a 3 month road trip down to the California / Mexican border. This ‘before’ however, is the before her last overhaul. So, let’s take a look at some of these before photos. Tipsy the Boler Before See the grind…

  • How to Sew Boler Trailer Cushion Covers: 3ten.ca
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    Project: How to Sew Boler Trailer Cushion Covers

    How to sew Boler trailer cushion covers – it’s easy! It just takes a lot of planning, patience and precision (well, sort of). First, head to your local fabric store and buy enough fabric for however many cushions you need to cover. I usually buy about 9 metres of fabric for all 9 cushions, if it’s 60+ wide. This sometimes leaves me tight margins, yet as a back-up, you can use a complimentary fabric for underneath the bunk, the banana cushion, or the two small…

  • Easter Brunch 2021: 3ten.ca
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    Projects: Easter Brunch 2021

    Easter brunch 2021 – the long weekend is here and we’re getting ready for some wonderful breakfast eats tomorrow. We’ve got a full brunch planned and I wanted to share a sneak peek with you. Okay, let’s get cooking! Recipes Mexican Eggs Benedict Breakfast Potatoes Oh, and don’t forget our Boler placemats? Have you visited our Boler page over the last year or so? If not, you’ve missed out on two awesome projects – Nikki the Boler and Toots the Boler. We turned Nikki into…

  • Coffee Table: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Coffee Table

    Coffee table – who knew it would be so hard to find the perfect coffee table. Well, we searched for about 3 months, looked online, in stores, and even paused the TV when watching home shows on HGTV. Nothing. Everything was either too big or not our style. So, Bryce made it. Coffee Table It’s made out of walnut and matches the mantal and other wood accents in the kitchen. Bryce made a template out of cardboard first and we decided on the size –…

  • 60 Foot Tower: 3ten.ca
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    Project: 60 Foot Tower

    60 foot tower! Oh my goodness, why would anyone need to have this on their property? Well, we live in the country and we finally got tired of slow internet. This is a DMX-68AN tower, so it’s actually 68 feet tall! Do you stream Netflix? Crave? Watch YouTube videos with ease? Well, we struggled to get Netflix to stream consistently, and no way the other two would work. So, we did a whole heck of a lot of research and after the tree cutting in…