I finally did it! I made a reclaimed wood heart for Valentine’s day. I’ve long admired others I’ve seen my blog friends make. This step by step tutorial will show you just how easy it is, and make you wonder why you’ve never made one. You still have time to make one for your home or someone you love!
How to make easy farmhouse shutters for your home, she shed, or outbuilding. Step by step directions on assembling and installing wooden shutters. This is a great weekend project to update the look of any building.
This easy picket fence coat rack is something a novice can do by following my simple instructions. Minimal tools are needed for this project, you could even use a handsaw if that’s all you have. Of course a jigsaw would work and a miter saw would be so easy peasy!
What? You have an ugly plastic flower pot you don’t want to display on your deck or patio? I have the perfect solution for you for a great price. You can make many of these for under $20. If you’re only making a couple, you will have enough money left over for a quick lunch or a cup of coffee. Step by step directions, plus more great projects from my talented DIY blogger friends!
I am sharing an awesome reclaimed wood skyline artwork project as part of a blogger challenge! The only rule was the project had to be square. I’m sure you know most skylines are rectangular, so this one is definitely different in that way. I, of course did the Louisville skyline. This would be a fun project to do for the city skyline where you live or grew up. Be sure to check out the other 30+ projects from my friends!
I used reclaimed fence pieces to make an adorable picket fence candle sconce using cute little jelly jars. This easy project is useful, pretty and versatile. I photographed it with battery operated candles and vacation sand. But wouldn’t it be perfect as vases for pretty flowers? Step by step directions and tips-hope you click over to get all the details.
Today I am sharing a Rustic Industrial Coffee Table that I made from scrap fence wood and a garage sale table base. Mindi here, just in case you don’t know me, I blog over at MyLove2Create, and come here to contribute once in a while. I love sharing on MRL, because Gail and I both…
I hope to inspire you to make your own mason jar vases, just like I was inspired by my friend Sharon.
This giveaway has ended. This is a sponsored post, see full disclaimer below. I love all of the Finish Max products, but for big projects, the Homeright Finish Max Pro is the best option. It’s more lightweight because the motor is separate of the spray gun. My niece Leann and I made a deal. I…