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Shopmade Router Circle Jig

01/17/2018 06:00:37 AM

Hey friends!!  It’s Shara here from Woodshop Diaries.  Happy New Year!!  With it being the start of a new year, I know that organization is top priority and money is probably a little tight (Or is that just me??).  So the last thing you ...

Recessed Wall Cabinet for Toilet Paper Storage

01/15/2018 06:00:40 AM

Hey hey hey!  Guess who finished a project?! Whoop-whoop. I finally finished the recessed wall cabinet in the Jack and Jill water closet! This between the studs wall cabinet is the perfect place for toilet paper storage. As well as other bathroom ...

2017 Christmas House Tour

12/21/2017 06:00:35 AM

A few weeks ago I agreed to join a Christmas House Tour with a group of my blogger friends. Several weeks can sometimes be enough time to knock out a serious amount of work. So I wasn’t completely out of my mind for allowing myself to think ...

Choosing Hinges for Cabinet Doors

12/08/2017 06:00:32 AM

There are a lot of factors in choosing the right hinges for your cabinet doors. The type of cabinet and door being at the top of the list. Followed closely by the type, style, and function of the hinge. With as many options as there are available, ...

Choosing Cabinet Door Hinges

12/08/2017 06:00:32 AM

There are a lot of factors in choosing the right cabinet door hinges. The type of cabinet and door being at the top of the list. Followed closely by the type, style, and function of the cabinet hinge. With as many options as there are available, ...

How to cut a Dado on a Table Saw

12/06/2017 11:14:08 AM

Hi SawdustGirl Readers!  It’s Mindi again from MyLove2Create, and I have to say that this month’s theme of using a new joinery method has pushed me to conquer a fear that I have been avoiding for way too long… The Table Saw.  Dun dun ...

Two Toned DIY Console Table

12/04/2017 06:00:04 AM

I built this console table using easy pocket hole screw construction in just a few hours.  Then used a combination of paint and stain to create a beautiful, functional piece of furniture for around $50.  It’s the perfect size and scale for ...

How to Build a Cabinet Drawer the Easiest Way Possible

12/03/2017 06:00:08 AM

There are tons of different ways to build a cabinet drawer. You can get fancy with dovetails, box joints or locking rabbets. There are biscuits, loose tenons and pocket screws. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to build a cabinet ...

How to Skim Coat to Remove Wall Texture

11/30/2017 22:04:19 PM

Balancing time against money is always a factor when deciding whether to do something yourself or hire a professional. If you’ve been following my home remodels, you know I do a lot of skim coating. Smoothing wall texture can be a time consuming ...

Mortise and Tenon Gate Construction

11/29/2017 05:59:42 AM

Mortise and tenon, one of the oldest and strongest carpentry joints, with an added haunch that makes this wood joint even stronger and perfect for gate construction. Hi I’m Sandra’s sister, Julie. If you have been following the progress ...

DIY Serving Tray – Great ideas for Hostess Gifts

11/27/2017 05:59:40 AM

A DIY Serving tray is a perfect item to add your idea list for hostess gifts. You never want to arrive at a dinner party empty handed so make sure you plan ahead. Store bought gifts are nice but it makes your gift extra special when you make ...

PORTER-CABLE Cordless Sander Review

11/24/2017 06:00:53 AM

Have you seen the new PORTER-CABLE cordless sander?  This random orbit sander is another new member of the PORTER-CABLE 20V MAX* System.  Available for $59.99 for tool only, battery and charger are not included. PORTER-CABLE Cordless Sander ...

Shoe Organization – Easy Shoe Storage Project

11/20/2017 11:00:35 AM

I feel like my back door entry has grown a shoe mountain with all of the boots and shoes we now need for the snow, rain, mud, and everything in between. I swear it takes an extra 5-10 minutes to get out the door in the mornings between playing ...