I’m all about using things I already have laying around my shop (since, I’m basically a lumber hoarder). So, when I had some off-cuts available to use from my DIY resin and wood key holder, I knew I wanted to save them for a coaster project. Even cooler, I had some deep pour epoxy leftover as well and made good use of that too! This is a project that has been on my list for a while, and I’m so excited to share it with you!
If you’re like me, you probably are a last minute gift giver. But, no worries, I’ve become a pro at finding amazing gifts on a budget and on a tight timeline. To help you find something awesome for your dad this Father’s Day, I partnered with my amazing friends at The Home Depot to share this Father’s Day Gift Giving Guide! Even better, all items on this list are under $200.
A new shop this year means lots of new hiding places for all of my scrap wood. It also means, way too much scrap wood. So, to help combat both problems (too much scrap wood and too many hiding spots), I partnered with T-Rex Tape to create a small-shop-friendly DIY folding step stool from scrap wood!
Warmer weather is finally here, which means it’s time for outdoor projects! Since I’m a sucker for weekend projects and multi-purpose builds, I decided to partner with my awesome friends at Bernzomatic to create a modern planter with hose storage for my parents’ backyard! Here’s how I did it!