If there are two things I’m a sucker for, it’s geometric wood art and odd shaped things. Even better, I love projects that can be completed with three tools or less (and I know you guys do too)! So, today I’m sharing an early Mother’s Day gift that can be made with a miter saw, nailer, and sander – a DIY Hexagon Serving Tray. Even cooler, I partnered with my amazing friends at DAP Products to share this fun project and a video tutorial today!
Search Results for: geometric art
I love my small studio apartment, but living in a small space means that we don’t have many options for displaying our keepsakes, especially during holiday season! So, I was so excited when my friends at The Home Depot asked me to design a holiday inspired shelf for their winter DIY Workshop! For this project, I decided to keep things bohemian and simple with a triangle shaped keepsake shelf! Best part, you can make one on your own at your local Home Depot’s FREE DIY Workshop (you can sign up here to secure your spot)!
Welcome to The Home Depot’s DIY Workshop Virtual Party! Today is the day that I finally get to show you guys my spin on that super cool wooden door mat DIY that I spoke about in last week’s post! I chose to add a fun geometric spin to this DIY and turned my boards horizontal to maximize the look of my mat. This project was super fun, really easy, and extremely inexpensive. If you want to make your own this weekend, you can visit your local Home Depot for a FREE workshop! Hey, if you love my spin on the project, you can print out this post and bring it with you!