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25 DIYs to Survive the (Zombie) Apocalypse

By Jacinda |

Way back in 2000 we had the fear of Y2K. Last year, every time I turned on the TV I heard the two words, Mayan calendar. This year, it’s all about bracing for the zombie apocalypse. All this disaster preparedness got me thinking, well I don’t want to be the one left in the dust, you know, just in case. No matter what really ends up happening, there is some comfort in honing down those survival skills and stocking up on supplies. If you have a blackout see how a tub of Crisco can light up your room for days. Stay in contact with loved ones by charging up your cell phone with the sun and laundry lint will come in very handy for warming up by a fire. Take a sec to jot down these 25 DIYs to Survive the (Zombie) Apocalypse, because you never know what tomorrow brings (muahaha!) …
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25 DIY to Survive the (Zombie) Apocalypse

Altoid BBQ

Keep a BBQ in your pocket by making it out of an Altoid tin.
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About Jacinda



Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding partner of Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful. She can also be found on Take 10 with Jaime and Jacinda and contributing to Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jacinda Cannon's latest posts →

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