I absolutely love my new RYOBI Power Tools Router Table. But, let’s be honest, the thing is real awkward to use on a typical workbench. It’s way too high to operate comfortably. In all honesty, it’s been sitting on the floor of my shop and then gets propped up on some boxes when I’m ready to use it. Not cool. To make my life easier, I decided it was time to make my own benchtop …
To help spread the word about The Home Depot’s Do-It-Herself (DIH) Workshops, myself and a handful of awesomely talented bloggers were asked to share our spin on a cute wooden wheelbarrow project. Well, today is the day for our big virtual party, and here’s my take! A fun home address wheelbarrow! Here’s how I made mine, and how YOU can make your own at a FREE workshop near your home!
When my friends at The Home Depot asked me to participate in their 2016 DIY Challenge, I was stoked! But, then they told me that my surprise material was millwork… what. Honestly, the only time I’ve ever used millwork from Home Depot was fixing the moulding in our home. So, needless to say, my feelings of excitement turned to feelings of pure fear. Luckily, I’m kind of crazy, and decided to go to my local store to stare at the millwork section for a bit. That’s when I came up with this X-Base Lamp!
DIY Retro Side Table
Let’s be real. I am the uncrowned queen of losing the remote. I swear the bed eats it every night and it’s totally not my fault. At this point, it’s getting a bit ridiculous and my other half is ready to tape it to my hand. I need my hands though, so instead of tape, I came up with a better idea; I decided to take some cash out of my yoga teaching fund and create a cute retro-styled side table to house my important gadgets. Plus side, mid century modern and retro furniture are coming back into style. So, I get to join the cool kids club and binge-watch Netflix at the same time.