We all love trips, right? But, sometimes, when traveling with the kiddos, the disorganization and lost items can make us nuts! Solution? Sarah, from The Created Home, designed and built this amazing car organizer.
You can build a beautiful bench for your home for under $25 using our free tutorial and cut list. Best of all, it only takes 3 boards!! Our contributor, Mindi, from MyLove2Create shows us how. Where might you use this bench in your home?
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of art created at school and at home by the kiddos? I have one that expects me to keep it all. Our contributor, Emily from Table & Hearth created the perfect board to give the kids a sense of satisfaction at seeing their hard work proudly displayed.
Ok, so decorating is so much fun, but a budget can really limit you, right? Not if you head over to your local dollar store and pick up a few items for crafting! We love to use dollar store items and upcycle them for holidays.
We were looking for a simple fall decor project and wanted to put to use some of the things we already had in our yard and shop. Thus, this idea for a boxwood fall wreath was born! Best news of all is that it cost nothing to make!
Buying an older home means getting creative with upcycling things. This project was so much fun! We took an old door (not so pretty) and transformed it into a beautiful door that's a showcase for our living area.
Can you build a piece of furniture from one piece of plywood? YES! We built a beautiful and simple console table, with a pretty waterfall edge using just one sheet. We love the way it came out!
You don't need a lot of $ to create darling Halloween decor! With dollar store skeletons and some spray paint, you can create a focal point feature that will wow the masses. Check out how we made these see-no-evil, hear-no-evil, speak-no-evil skeletons for our mantel.
Ikea sinks are very affordable. You can build your own stylish vanity to go with the sink. This is perfect for a small budget or someone who just want to add some personal character to a bath renovation. So, put on those safety goggles and let's go build with our contributor, Scott, from Saws on Skates.
We wanted the sleek look of a modern outdoor bench, but also wanted something that would withstand the weather. So, we decided to try making a piece of furniture with concrete and wood. We just love how it turned out!