Welcome to The Home Depot’s DIY Workshop Virtual Party! Today is the day that I finally get to show you guys my spin on that super cool wooden door mat DIY that I spoke about in last week’s post! I chose to add a fun geometric spin to this DIY and turned my boards horizontal to maximize the look of my mat. This project was super fun, really easy, and extremely inexpensive. If you want to make your own this weekend, you can visit your local Home Depot for a FREE workshop! Hey, if you love my spin on the project, you can print out this post and bring it with you!
I have a formula for some of my favorite projects: it’s useful, it’s easy, and it’s FREE. This one definitely fit the bill this week! I’m currently in the process of redoing my “office space” (I use that as a loose term because it really means the desk that’s located in my bedroom), and was looking for a fun way to display my new business cards. That’s right around the time when a friend of …
First of all, welcome to the new and improved DIY Huntress website! Things have gotten a little better looking around here recently (if I must say so myself). I hope everyone is having an easier time navigating the site! You can even use the super easy “search” bar in the top right corner to find the projects you’re looking for!
Back to business though… which is today’s project!
There are two things in this world that I am completely obsessed with… making things by hand, and my dog. So, I couldn’t think of a better project than combining the two things I love into one by making Titan his very own dog bowl stand. I love T to death, but I hate tripping over his dog bowls (he likes to eat and walk), and now that I am partnering with my friends over at Kreg Tools (yay!), I thought this would be a great opportunity to put my pocket hole jig to good use on a useful project.