Saw the pallets in half, sand down the surface, and stain the surface.
Drill divots into corbels and iron out sheets before hanging.
Get a large disposable container, pour in the paint, and dip baskets or lamps.
Create a frame to fit the rug’s size out of furring strips, and use hanging strips to secure.
Cut down the window boards frame, stain dark walnut, and use Spax screws to hang.
Smooth out the branches by sanding, spray metallic paint, and secure to the frame.
Measure out the bookcase to see how much wrapping paper is needed, and stick with tape.
Strip the old finish of the wood and brush on electric blue chalk paint.
Clean down the wagon wheels, add a finish, and thread chain through.
Cut fabric along the fold, apply hem tape, and thread pipes through the cut-out slits.
Lay a stencil on a 4 foot plank of aspen wood, and sand down the joint compound.
Saw scrap wood to the size desired, lay down foam, and staple fur fabric around edges.
Draw out a pentagon on scrap paper, trace and cut out plastic sheets, then insert a socket.
Brush over the shutters a basecoat of white, and attach the legs to the shutter with L brackets.