My other half and I are total vinyl record junkies and we are always looking for fun ways to display our records. That being said, I’ve been wanting a shelf to hang our records that are currently playing and on deck, so I partnered with The Home Depot to create this slim and sleek wood and metal shelving unit for above our record cabinet. Also, in case you needed a reminder… holiday season is here! …
I love wine (I mean, who doesn’t). Therefore, I honestly believe that you can never have too much wine storage (or, glasses of wine in one sitting… but that’s a conversation for another day). However, most of my wine storage is bulky and made from lumber. So, I wanted to try my hand at creating one from metal and leather. Even better, I didn’t have to weld a single thing! Wanna know how? I partnered up with my amazing partners at Bernzomatic to show you how I did it!
Have you wanted to incorporate metal into your woodworking builds but aren’t sure where to start? Always wanted to make a table base but don’t have a welder? Reading this in the voice of an infomercial voiceover actor? Well, I have good news for you (I hope you at least read that one in the infomercial voice)! You can totally create a metal table base without a welder, and I partnered with my awesome friends at Bernzomatic to show you how!
Back in the day the name “DIY Huntress” was coined as a nickname for my bargain-hunting upcycling ways. And, while I love creating things from scratch on most days, I can’t help but get really excited when a fun project crosses my path at a local antique shop that can use some TLC. Lucky for me, today was one of those days! I am so excited to go back to my roots and share a fun, rustic wood and metal centerpiece. Even better, I partnered up with my friends at 3-IN-ONE® to show you how easy it can be to recreate with the right materials!