If there are two things I’m a sucker for, it’s geometric wood art and odd shaped things. Even better, I love projects that can be completed with three tools or less (and I know you guys do too)! So, today I’m sharing an early Mother’s Day gift that can be made with a miter saw, nailer, and sander – a DIY Hexagon Serving Tray. Even cooler, I partnered with my amazing friends at DAP Products to share this fun project and a video tutorial today!
A while back I created a large geometric wood wall art piece and pretty much fell in love with creating wood art pieces. But, ever since the last project, I have had so many people asking for another one to share on the blog and on YouTube! So, today I’m back with my amazing friends at Bernzomatic to show you how to create an ombre geometric wood art piece for your home using some fire!
Warmer weather means it’s time for outdoor projects again, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Since I’m an apartment dweller, I love making projects for my parents’ new home – and being that they just got their yard and patio redone, I wanted to surprise them with a pair of outdoor-friendly, wooden LED lanterns. So, I partnered with my friends at T-Rex Tape to make it happen! Did I mention I made them for under $40 for the pair (including the LED strips)? Yeah, you’re not going to want to miss this one.