Use a drill to remove cabinet doors, measure out fabric, and staple down fabric.
Mix up porcelain glaze thoroughly, then dip toothpick into your paint and fill in the chips.
Lay mesh tape over the crack, spread on joint compound, and even out.
Purchase an outlet cover that goes over the outdated one, and snap in.
Use a flathead screwdriver to pop off the plastic tabs and pull out the knots of the blinds with tweezers.
Remove all the chains and links from a hanging planter, wrap in yarn, and put over light.
Cut open a slit in the front of the box, a large section in the back, and put your printer inside.
Make a square with a sharpie marker into the side of cabinet, then spread vaseline on the surface for a rustic look.
Frame the open panel of wires, and drill in two to three panels.
Purchase cameo netting, bunch in drapes, and use strings to secure.
Use a ruler to measure out the space and a Ryobi circular saw to cut up the wood.
Have a ⅝” MDF board cut to size, secure in place, and paint over it.
Pre-prime wood boards cut to size and use a brad nailer to attach.
Weave grosgrain ribbon through the fabric of the curtains and sew the ribbon down.