I recently partnered up with my insanely talented friend DIY Danie to partake in a thrift-flip challenge where we each sent a box filled with items that were thrifted from our own homes! Well, one of the items that Danie sent me was a large roll of blue velvet fabric, and I knew that I had to make a bench from it! This project only took me one weekend to create and was so much fun to make come to life!
I am so excited about today’s project, because today I am collaborating with one of my favorite people ever, DIY Danie! For those of you that don’t know Danie, she is a content creator from Canada (and easily one of the most creative people I’ve ever met). Danie and I have been planning a collaboration for a while, but with travel restrictions still in place, we decided to do it from afar. We sent each other a box filled with random items from our homes to make DIY projects with, and it was epic! Ready to see how this thrift flip challenge turned out? Let’s do it!
Now that the floors and walls in my workshop are complete, I can finally start working on getting my tools organized! I have been wanting a dedicated space for my miter saw for the longest time, so I decided to create a mobile miter saw stand with storage for my set up! This was a fun build that can be fully customized to fit any storage needs. Want the details? Let’s do it!
Happy almost-spring, friends! With the weather warming up, I’m looking forward to more time with the shop doors open! Better weather means way more projects too, so today I’m tackling a tool I use a lot in my shop – rotary tools! As per usual, I’ll be sharing the ins and outs of the rotary tool here on the website and demo’ing some rotary tool uses over on my Instagram! There is a ton of …