I’ve been short on time since my full time job started up. But, having just completed some mega projects in my home there is one thing I am not short on… and that is scrap wood. I have been wanting to make a giant pegboard wall organizer for my work from home space for the longest time and have been drooling over them on Pinterest for ages. So, I finally decided to make it happen with the use of scrap wood! Did I mention it only took one day to make? Weekend warriors, get those tools ready!
I’ve been wanting to make some more custom wall art for my new apartment, but can only use what I have on hand because shopping for new lumber has been really difficult. So, I challenged myself to use some leftover plywood and reclaimed pallet wood to create an adorable set of diamond shape wood wall art pieces!
I am so excited about this post, I don’t even know where to start! Since we’re all home practicing social distancing, I decided to team up with a whole bunch of my maker friends to build something using leftover materials in our homes over the past few weeks. We decided to call it the #BuildAtHome challenge, because we are all building at home while we #StayAtHome! I created this awesome patterned plywood key holder and …
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!