My shop is small, which means there is already very little space to work in. So, for the past few years I have been building and collecting varying different versions of mobile tool stands to accommodate my tools (you guys know which one’s I’m talking about – my small lathe stand, my benchtop tool stand, etc.). So, when my incredible friends at Jet Woodworking sent me an upgraded big-girl lathe, I knew it was time …
One of my favorite journeys has been helping my parents renovate their new home, and being that my other half and I just moved in to save money for our own home (I talk about that journey here), I wanted to thank them in a special way. So, I decided to team up with my incredible friends at DAP Products to create a custom, modern sliding barn door for their main bathroom.
DIY Hexagon Serving Tray
If there are two things I’m a sucker for, it’s geometric wood art and odd shaped things. Even better, I love projects that can be completed with three tools or less (and I know you guys do too)! So, today I’m sharing an early Mother’s Day gift that can be made with a miter saw, nailer, and sander – a DIY Hexagon Serving Tray. Even cooler, I partnered with my amazing friends at DAP Products to share this fun project and a video tutorial today!
DIY Ombre Geometric Wood Art
A while back I created a large geometric wood wall art piece and pretty much fell in love with creating wood art pieces. But, ever since the last project, I have had so many people asking for another one to share on the blog and on YouTube! So, today I’m back with my amazing friends at Bernzomatic to show you how to create an ombre geometric wood art piece for your home using some fire!