This is a queen size headboard I made for our bedroom. We'd gone a few months without a headboard and decided it was time, but we couldn't find one we liked in-store that fit well in space we wanted to put it. We needed the headboard to be under 45", and most of the ones we liked were well above that height. Anyway, this is our DIY Queen Size Headboard!
Today I'm going to share the easiest way to transfer an image printed on your home inkjet printer onto a piece of wood. In this case, I'm using a small wooden box I picked up at the craft store.
This is a simple project to give you a little extra space to display small curios and bric-a-brac. Best of all? It doesn't take any time to build and you can use an old pallet board to make it!
This is a fun project and perfect gift for the beer drinker in your family. It's also quite stylish and will look great sitting on your patio table or in the man-cave!Check it out!
My honey-do list certainly isn't getting any shorter, so I wanted to check laundry room shelving off the list ASAP. I would have done it sooner had I know how easy it actually would be! This project is super simple and only takes about an hour to do. Actually, more time - but that's because you have to sit around and wait for the stain to dry!
I don't have much of a green thumb, but I'll give anything a try once! This spring we decided to plant ranunculus flowers -- will they bloom? Only time will tell! Here's how we did it...
I built this hat rack as a fun project to help celebrate baseball season! This project is perfect for the kids room, game room or anywhere else you'd love to show your baseball pride!
If you're anything like me, your wallet, keys and phone just get slung anywhere at night. Well, I decided to make a nightstand organizer. It is small, simple and cost less than a dollar!