Now that the shed-shop is finally renovated, I have been able to focus my attention on some smaller, much needed workshop organization projects! But, with lumber being so expensive, I wanted to create some storage options using what I had on hand. So, I created three DIY workshop organization projects in one weekend using scraps!
Ever since sharing my tutorial for how to make wood cutting boards a few years ago, I have been obsessed with making cutting boards for every occasion under the sun. Recently I have been wanting to combine my love of patterned plywood and cutting boards into one project (and, let’s be real, I owe someone a gift). So, I decided to try my hand at creating a chevron cutting board and it came out pretty awesome, …
If there is one thing I’m really good at, it’s hoarding lumber. I have had a gorgeous live edge piece of walnut in my shop for months and had no clue what to do with it… until now! In just a few short steps I was recently able to transform a walnut slab into a DIY floating fireplace mantel (and was able to do it one weekend)! Not in the market for a mantle? You can follow these same steps to create a shelf as well! Here’s how!
In case Mother Nature (or, if you’re like me, your allergies) hasn’t told you yet, Spring is in full force! Warmer weather and longer days mean time for outdoor projects, and I couldn’t be more excited! If you’ve been following my journey on Instagram, you’ll know that I am in the middle of a huge shed-shop renovation. Which means it’s time to spice up the exterior of the shop to look as pretty as the rest of my parents’ yard! So, I partnered up with my friends at The Home Depot and Olympic to create a pair of modern slat wood planters and made some magic happen!