Holiday Gift Guide: DIY Tools and Supplies


Don’t forget to add your HOME to your gift-giving list! We're sharing some gift ideas for that special house in your life. For us, our house is more than just shelter – it’s the hub of our family and our lives, and we want to celebrate it with a present or two under the tree.
This Gift Guide features some essential tools and supplies for all the DIY projects you’ve been meaning to start (or finish!) around your house. Have a painting party, cut through some walls, build some stuff, or do a little crafting. It’s the holidays!
(for more info and source links to these products, visit our blog URL below!)
A. Oscillating saw
B. Reciprocating saw
C. Drill/driver set
D. Paint sprayer
E. High-quality paintbrush set
F. Deglosser
G. Fabric medium
H. Staple gun
I. X-acto or utility knives
A reciprocating saw is a great tool for cutting almost anything, and can come in handy for both indoor and outdoor jobs. (Above, it helped us cut down our giant yew bushes!)
Mix this fabric medium with regular latex paint to transform upholstered furniture without breaking the bank. (Below, we used it for painting inexpensive fabric bins to match our new nursery decor!)
Visit our blog URL below for more info and source links to these products. Happy holidays!

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  • Hannah V
    on Dec 9, 2014

    Nice! I could sure use quite a few of those! :)

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