If a Christmas nativity scene is part of your holiday decor, this DIY wooden manger is a project that is easy, quick, and will add a rustic touch to your existing nativity figures. Best of all, you can build it with wood scraps!
Cutting boards are not only useful, but also look really cute around the kitchen, hanging on a wall, or just leaning on the counter as functional decor. This DIY scrap wood cutting board is a fun, simple variation of the average cutting board and makes a great gift. Get creative shaping the handle and you’ll have a unique design for you or someone else to enjoy!
If you are ready to update your dated bathroom but don’t have the money for a full renovation, an easy to make, stick on mirror frame can add the character you’re looking for, without breaking the bank. Paint it all one color for a sleek look, or distress it for a rustic farmhouse style. In this tutorial I will be showing you two easy ways to create a stick-on frame with minimal effort and no fancy power tools.
This beautiful modern wood planter is a plant stand/ planter combo. Perfect piece to display your favorite annuals, flower baskets or decorative grasses. Whether indoors or out, it is a conversation piece that is sure to make a statement! Build it with light and sturdy 2×2 lumber.
If you are looking for a simple way of building a drawer, look no further. After searching the entire Internet (mild exaggeration) I saw no tutorials out there that were simple enough for me to tackle. By “simple” I mean “for dummies”. Once I start seeing words like rabbet (rabbit?) locks, dove tails, dados, etc…you’ve lost my attention. After hopeless searching I asked myself: How can I build a drawer box using the tools and skills I have NOW?.
This fun DIY project keeps my garden hose hanging in style. I’m so happy the idea in my head translated into a fun and affordable design. Most of all, I am happy I am not tripping over my garden hose all the time. Let me show you how to make one!