Read on to see how I sometimes use an easy trick to deal with bent nails.
Here?s a fun winter penguin craft idea for the kids that involves utilizing simple shapes.
One of my most treasured partnerships is with The Home Depot. I have been a customer of theirs for 20+ years; partnering with them as a blogger really is second nature to me. As you can imagine, when I was approached with the opportunity to participate in a Home Depot Style Challenge, I was excited and said yes!
The Earthwise Leaf Mulcher and Gator Grabber are two awesome tools from the American Lawn & Mower Co. that make collecting and mulching leaves a manageable job.
From picking out a log and cutting it own to the desired length, to creating the votive candle holes, this project only took me about 10 minutes to complete!
Read on to see how you too make make a simple log tea light candle holder.
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In this article, I’m going to show you how I made several DIY candlesticks from pallet wood. I also used Rust-Oleum Chalked paint for the finish, then sanded the candlesticks for a distressed look.
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Here’s a quick and easy way to build your own table top centerpiece! This DIY Wood Planter Box only took me about 30 minutes to build and sand.
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Rustic pallet wood shutters are one of the easiest things you can make with reclaimed pallet wood. In this article, I’ll show you how I make shutters that are used for non-functioning interior wall decor.
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I’d love to share five simple home quarantine project ideas with you! These are accessible projects that require little in the way of tools and supplies. If you do need something, it’s likely just a simple online order away!
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Mommy and I have recently updated our girls’ room again and I’d love to share the changes we made with you!
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Using Plaid paint is a fun way to add a bit of color to any space in the home. We recently redecorated our girls’ bedroom and creating a few small decor pieces was included in the project.
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We plan to add more of these world-class murals to our home. For now, our girls will get to enjoy their massive butterflies and flowers! This new wall mural has completely changed the look of their bedroom and should provide inspiration for countless hours of imaginative play.
Read on to see our Limitless Walls experience.
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If you have an old swing set lying around, instead of getting rid of it, one option is to turn it into a chicken pen! That’s exactly what we did and it works great for our hens.
Read on to see more of my DIY swing set chicken pen.
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Here?s a great looking option for a DIY buffet table that cost me less than $100 in materials to build! The base is made mostly of reclaimed pallet wood, and the top is QUIKRETE concrete.
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When the time came to upgrade our kitchen and dining room floors, LifeProof Sterling Oak 8.7 in. x 47.6 in. Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring from The Home Depot was the clear choice for us.
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Here’s a comprehensive tutorial on how to make concrete countertops.
A very good friend of mine was in the middle of turning his garage into a mother-in-law apartment. He was interested in simply painting the concrete floor, so I invited him to come look to see how my finished garage floor looked. The Rust-Oleum ROCKSOLID? And EpoxyShield coatings were exactly what they were looking for.
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Simply put, Rust-Oleum?s RockSolid Polycuramine? and EpoxyShield coatings are awesome products to use on an exposed interior concrete floor. It looks great and provides a long-lasting, durable finish that?s easy to maintain.
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Here’s a breakdown of our kitchen remodel:
- Uninstall a cooktop and replace it with a stainless steel gas cooktop/range.
- Upgrade our old fridge to a new, stainless steel model.
- Reface all cabinet doors and drawer fronts.
- Install a small cabinet space in-between a wall and the new range.
- Install a few shelves where the wall oven used to sit.
- Remove a cabinet above the fridge.
- Repair some cracked cabinet doors.
- Install new hardware for the cabinet doors and drawers.
- Paint the walls and cabinets.
- Install a tile backsplash.
- Make and install concrete countertops.
- Install new flooring.
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Changing the look of your cabinet doors and drawer fronts can be a great and inexpensive addition to a kitchen remodel In this article, you?ll see how I refaced my cabinets and drawers using only 1x4s and Gorilla Wood Glue.
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Our kids love to build things out of cardboard! Building crafts with cardboard is easy, fun, and usually very low cost, especially if you can get the cardboard for free. Our kids are also homeschooled, and they enjoy school assignments that involve craft-building. We wanted to share our latest project with you: A cardboard box drone base!
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