A year ago I found myself working on a project I had been itching to get out into the world, and it turns out I have a bit of a knack for creating simple yet functional DIY tools.
For years I have been using my phone and other gadgets to take pictures of the things I’m building.
It’s a way to take notes about what I’m doing, but it also gives me a lot of time to build.
After some research I stumbled across the amazing Ta Nehisi Coates and wanted to see how he did it.
He is not only one of the most innovative writers on the planet, but he’s also the founder of the Creative Commons license.
So I got on board and set about building the Ta Nehi Coates DIY winter coatrack.
The basic idea was simple: I took the existing coatrack, took the white and black coats and painted each coat to match the pattern on the rack.
The idea was that you could create a simple, but functional winter coat, and you’d be rewarded with a beautiful coat that will look great in any room.
You can see the finished coatrack on my Instagram, which you can see more of here.
It’s a really simple idea, but the results are quite impressive.
It took me about five minutes to paint each coat and then it was done.
The coat was then sanded, washed and dried.
It turned out to be a fairly large coat, so I ended up taking a larger piece and sanding it to a perfect thickness.
I didn’t paint the white coats, because they are really simple and don’t need to be very elaborate.
The black coats are for those who like to add some color to the coat.
I didn’t have to paint the rack, because it has a lot more room to be used.
You can find more of my coats on Instagram and on Ta Nehasi’s website.
The rack comes with three coats: white, black and grey.
I decided to go with the grey, because I really like it, but there are a few different ways to paint grey.
I painted it all over the outside of the rack so it looks really cool.
If you’d like to see the coat in action, I used a few of the white coat-rack patterns to make the black coat.
Ta Nehisid has been doing a lot in the last couple of years.
His book, The Creative Commons, which is out this week, is a really exciting way for people to take back control over their digital life.
I really liked his idea of putting his work out in public spaces and encouraging others to share their creative ideas.
His books are also great for teaching and inspiring students to think outside the box and to be more creative.
Ta Neheisi Coats is a great example of a work that will teach a child about the world.
He wrote the book to show kids that they can take control of their own lives.
He told the story of a boy named Josh who had a problem with his hair growing out.
He didn’t want to grow it out, but Josh decided that he’d like a white coat instead.
He put his hair in a brush and started to paint it black.
The brush started to glow.
He kept painting until the brush turned into a rainbow.
Josh had been so happy.
He painted his hair white and then black and finally grey.
It was beautiful and he loved it.
My favourite thing about the TaNehisi Coatrack was the pattern.
I love the simple, yet sophisticated design of the coatrack and the idea that it will stand out on the wall.
It looks good in any color and it gives a bit more space for other things on the racks to be put together.
The fact that it’s a simple but effective tool really resonates with me and makes me feel like I am not alone in making something simple but functional with my digital tools.
It gives me more control over my digital life and it also helps me to learn more about the internet.
What’s your favourite DIY tool?