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wood bench with metal shelf
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The combination of moving into a new apartment and being forced to dip into my proudly-hoarded lumber collection is doing some fun things to my creativity (and my website)! I’m basically about to build all of the furniture, and I’m not mad about it. I’ve been wanting to use a specific piece of walnut I’ve been hoarding for a while, and finally made it a reality by creating a fun DIY entryway bench with shoe

resin river table coasters
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I’ve made my fair share of resin river projects on my blog (see Example 1 & Example 2). But, I know that these projects can be intimidating for friends who haven’t done large deep pour projects yet. So, to help get you started on your resin river table journey, I’m sharing a tutorial for DIY “faux” Resin River Coasters tutorial using leftover materials from my shop! What do I mean by “faux”? Keep reading to

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If you’ve been following along, you’ll know that my other half and I are moving into a new apartment together! Which means that I’m not-so-secretly stoked to have another space to build projects for. First up on the list is a small office space for our bedroom. So, I used some lumber I’ve been hoarding to create a metal and wood corner desk for our new space! I had a blast getting to use the welder again for this project  – but, if you don’t weld, no worries! I’ll show you how you can make your own desk legs out of wood as well!

patterned plywood key holder
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I am so excited about this post, I don’t even know where to start! Since we’re all home practicing social distancing, I decided to team up with a whole bunch of my maker friends to build something using leftover materials in our homes over the past few weeks. We decided to call it the #BuildAtHome challenge, because we are all building at home while we #StayAtHome! I created this awesome patterned plywood key holder and