DIY Criss Cross Outdoor Planters
I’ve been a DIYer for like ever but I have to say this is one of my favorite DIY projects to date. I mentioned last month how I was going to build some outdoor planters and last week, Matt and I built two outdoor planters for the courtyard to frame the French doors. When I first started this pro ...
Note the 4x4 legs are plenty strong to support this 4x6 table without the typical bracing on the lower legs. The 2x4 braces have two 3.5 inch structural screws.
Diy Upholstered Settee
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Custom concrete curbing edging landscaping do it yourself | Etsy
THE ORIGINAL CURB IT YOURSELF MADE IN THE USA. NOT SHIPPED FROM CHINA I AM THE CREATOR AND INVENTOR. DONT PURCHASE A COUNTERFEIT COPY Make custom concrete curbing yourself and save. Our custom troweling tool and expert instructions allow you to curb it yourself and save a ton of money. Easy to use
Rotating Tool Stand Organizer Lazy Susan
(Tools are shown for display, this listing is only for the rotating tool shelf kit.) See it in action: . This is a rotating tool stand with slots and holes for tools of various sizes, made with 1/4" Baltic birch and hardwood dowels. There is also a hollow in the top shelf for storing things like 16" rulers. It weighs about 7 pounds and has a smooth bottom. The base is 400 mm / 15.75 inches in diameter, the top shelf is 385 mm / 15 1/8 inches high (measured from the tabletop). The tops…
Selecting the Right Joint (Chairs, Tables, Frames, Boxes, Drawers and Cabinets)
Selecting the Right Joint (Chairs, Tables, Frames, Boxes, Drawers and Cabinets) : woodworking:
A Great Way To Get Rid Of Scrap Wood ~ DIY Rustic Wood Lanterns
I don't know about you, but I have tons of scrap wood and this little project was a great way to use some of it up! We made rustic wood lanterns for our mantel. They turned out so nice, we decided to make a few more as presents for Christmas. Hubby was a miter/table saw maniac! He cut all this up in one afternoon! We glued, clamped, and nailed the frame together. Then attached it to the base. A nail gun made quick work of this project. These are the lantern top pieces we assemb…