If you’ve been following along on social media, you’ll know that I spent the month of July building some top secret projects for the blog! Well, it’s finally time for me to spill the beans! I am beyond excited to share that I partnered up with my friends at RYOBI Power Tools to share four multipurpose and functional projects for your small space on RYOBI Nation! Hooked yet? Keep reading to find out how you can get the plans for free!
Hi, my name is Sam and I am a scrap wood hoarder. My scrap wood pile has been climbing out of control for years. I keep every small off cut in hopes that I can create a masterpiece with it, but really it just sits around and stares at me. So, when I was invited to participate in a Scrap Wood Challenge with 18 other amazing bloggers, I jumped at the chance to partner up with my friends at DAP and create a set of scrap wood coasters! Even better, I was able to salvage some of my better hardwood offcuts with the use of three tools – a table saw, miter saw, and sander. Let’s do this!
Raise your hand if you have spent a lot of time making your home feel like your own space. I can imagine many hands in the sky after that prompt! As a renter, I have spent hours of my personal time handpicking home decoration items that have helped to make my small studio apartment feel like a comfortable and inspiring space. Including (but not limited to) the largest piece of décor in our apartment, the area rug. So when stains like this happen on our expensive rug, I want to run screaming.
One of my favorite parts about being a DIY blogger is that I get to be part of a community of insanely talented makers. So, cue my excitement when a bunch of my favorite creators invited me to a fun Wood Art Challenge! I already have a tutorial on my blog for Geometric Wood Art and thought it would be fun to try something with plywood this time. To help me with this project, I partnered with my amazing friends at Rust-Oleum to show you how to make this piece of wall art in one weekend! Here’s how.