Mobility is always important, even when it comes to putting on make-up. Rather than having to always work in front of a large wall mirror, I decided to devise a portable make-up center to make things a little easier when Leigh Ann is on the go. I spotted this 18″ unfinished pine
Guest Blogger Christina from Christina’s Adventures attended our Habitat for Humanity ReStore event and is here to pass along a few tips and tricks she picked up from the workshop. Follow along as this avid DIYer imparts some helpful guidance to get you started on your next wood finishing
The holidays are a time for pictures, and for those special handmade gifts that people cherish for years. So, why not combine the two?
Large commercial frames, however, are expensive, and cutting the notch in the back of each board requires a table saw or router. But I have found
I saw this fifteen-inch, unfinished table top at my local home improvement center and it occurred to me that by drilling a hole in the center, I could transform it into a unique clock.
Before I put my drill away, I used it to cut away enough wood on the back for my battery-powered