If you have purchased one of our floating shelves, here is a PDF with the instructions on how to hang it in your living space. Make sure to choose the correct link, either for your plastic anchors or metal anchors. Metal Anchor Floating Shelf Instructions Floating Shelf Hanging Instructions for Plastic Anchors Please feel free… Continue reading Floating Shelf Hanging Instructions
Weave twice as fast with twice the uniformity and half the effort with DO9's SUPER FRAME LOOM! Please send us your build photos so we can post them and give you credit!! GET YOUR FULL 20 PAGE PLANS HERE!Paired together with the previous iteration of this loom, the beater bar/spacing bar makes it a complete… Continue reading How to Build a Frame Loom, Best In Class!
A totally doable project for the home owner! "Doable," but perhaps not "fast." Watch the video below for an overview, and read on for more detailed direction. So what we're looking at here is just a set drain pipe and a basic opening for where the shower will go. The dotted yellow line is… Continue reading DIY Build Your Own Shower
Making an efficient dust collector is not difficult and doesn't even take very long to do! The only thing that you'll really need is a blower motor of some sort. The one pictured in this post was given to me, but a shop vac motor or even a leaf blower will do just as nice… Continue reading DIY Sawdust Collector
Cut out 1" X 1" sticks with your table saw. Any wood works, but the harder the wood, the better the result for a cutting board. This cutting board is made from an apricot tree. The smaller branches are a bit darker, so I'm using a lot of that stock. Lay out your design. I reset… Continue reading How To Make A Cutting Board
Project Prep Once again, we are working on a semi-major, structural building project in our house. Now that the fireplace is complete, we are adding parlor doors to the coved entryway between the dining room and the entry/living room. We purchased the French doors from a souvenir shop down the street for $100. They are stained… Continue reading French Parlor Doors, Part 1