YOU GUYS. I am so excited to finally be sharing this project with all of you! After finally getting tired of using a piece of plywood with table legs, I took to the workshop and built myself a brand new desk! Best news about this desk? Well, thanks to my friends over at Kreg and BuildSomething, I was able to create my first set of OFFICIAL woodworking plans for the project to share with you all! Want to learn more about the build and make one yourself? I’ve got your back.
First of all, welcome to the new and improved DIY Huntress website! Things have gotten a little better looking around here recently (if I must say so myself). I hope everyone is having an easier time navigating the site! You can even use the super easy “search” bar in the top right corner to find the projects you’re looking for!
Back to business though… which is today’s project!
There are two things in this world that I am completely obsessed with… making things by hand, and my dog. So, I couldn’t think of a better project than combining the two things I love into one by making Titan his very own dog bowl stand. I love T to death, but I hate tripping over his dog bowls (he likes to eat and walk), and now that I am partnering with my friends over at Kreg Tools (yay!), I thought this would be a great opportunity to put my pocket hole jig to good use on a useful project.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m a total wine-o. My love for wine has caused a serious collection to grow in my home… and now that it’s holiday time that collection seems to be getting bigger and bigger. So, rather than keep all of my wine bottles stacked on my countertops like a liquor store, I decided to make a simple wine rack from about $15 worth of material for an easier and …