A musician, army spouse, and mother of two, Jen Woodhouse authors The House of Wood as her inventive outlet for all things DIY and design, a spot where she paperwork her adventures in designing and constructing furnishings and tackling dwelling renovation projects. Although I miss the kids being right here with me, I’m a tiny bit blissful at having a bit time for DIY (and possibly even dusting). DIY headboards are all the craze today, which means that you will find tons of tutorials for them, including pallet headboards.
I used easy pine wooden to make the above body for the diy wall art for my son’s faculty house a number of years ago. I know some individuals keep the minimal (if any) of their scrap wood following a DIY mission. Our pantry moths had wedged themselves behind the cabinets, even behind the wooden slats the cabinets rest upon.
It does not matter what sort of glass it’s, whether or not it’s frosted or clear, single or double glazed, plain glass or toughened glass; all sheet glass has a potential in future DIY projects. I knew clothes moths and pantry moths were completely different, so I just figured we have been seeing stray clothes moths.
It helps to ‘assume out of the box’ to see the potential of old furniture when deciding it may very well be adapted for use in your DIY workshop. This DIY Wall Art venture is made by gathering your own sticks or buying an affordable bundle as this very intelligent blogger did at CleverlyInspired.