It’s a new month, which means that it’s time for December’s tool school (if you’re new here, I host a Tool School on the first Tuesday of each month)! Today I’ll be tackling a tool that has been requested by a whole bunch of people – the table saw! I’ll be breaking down the details in this Table Saw 101 post and then demoing the proper way to make intro cut son a table saw on Instagram (so, be sure to check it out)!
While most people associate the winter with holiday decorations and indoor festivities, I associate the winter months with bikes… lots and lots of bikes. My other half is an avid cyclist, which means the winter is storage season for his racing bikes. A while back I had made a wall mounted bike rack and shared it on my channel, but the bike rack doesn’t fit our new space (or his new bike). So, I tried my hand at making a new, modern wall mounted bike rack with my amazing friends at DAP Products, and I personally think it turned out pretty cool!
I partnered up with a group of amazingly talented makers this holiday season to makeover a nightstand for a Thrift Flip Collaboration to raise money for Habitat For Humanity this holiday season! I get asked about tips for restoring and making ver furniture all the time, and thought this would be a great opportunity to share my process! I also got my hands on some new tools to make projects like this more approachable, and cannot wait to share!
Okay, I know what you’re thinking… “not another resin river table”! But, hear me out! This one is pretty epic… this one is different than my last river coffee table, because this one GLOWS IN THE DARK. Pretty cool, huh? I’ve been wanting to make a glow in the dark resin table ever since stumbling upon one on Pinterest and I am SO excited that I finally got to make it happen! Ready to see how?