Removed the platform so as to staple the bed skirt directly to the frame (got this idea from one creative viewer). Now too much material to throw away. Ideas, please.
We aren't able to buy the privacy fencing and we had thought about using pallets for our privacy fencing. I would sand, stain and make it look nice, but was wondering... See more
We replaced the railing on our deck, and I have lots of scraps left over. Does anyone have any clever ideas to use them?
Can you use privacy fence as a wall covering if you use it in pieces? Or a ceiling cover in rooms? We have enough for either of these ideas. I’m leaning towards the... See more
I have 2 metal clasps from the big blue plastic barrels. Any ideas on how to repurpose?
I would like to do something decorative as the stump can't be removed.
Have these leftover from light fixtures, looking for ideas on what to use them for We have 3 of them :) thanks!
Hello out there my fellow DIY-ers!I run a home based business which brings me 2-deliveries of 2 skids every month. So far we have built the following:~ Raised vegeta... See more
I was given a bagful of scarves and would like suggestions for a really cool project. Not pillowcases or table runner, please.Thanks for suggestions.
The cover was put back loosely on the package of wipes. Can something be added to them to make them still useful?
Can they be used to make a walking path and are old tires toxic to the soil?
I have 3 pieces of white peg board. Sizes are 2 feet by 3 feet. Is there something I could make please? It rains where I am, so it really can't go outside.Thank you.
My friend made this little man form nuts and bolts, and I LOVE it!!!Have you ever made any projects out of leftover building parts?
where do you all get your pallets from? I see them behind stores in the shopping center where I work, can I just take them?
I've been to 2 Home Depots in my town and neither would allow me to take even ONE- where is everyone in the DIY WORLD GETTING THEM?
Boy, did I ever feel like I had died and gone to barn wood heaven when I walked into this massive stash of history. We're talkin' about wood from the 1800's full of l... See more
Does anyone have instructions for tin can yard art?