About Us

We Love to Build!

Designs On 9th is what we’ve decided to call our collection of projects emanating from our family home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our main focal points are:

  1. Project How-To’s, Home Improvement, and Saving Money
  2. Yearly Halloween Build Extravaganzas
  3. Custom Built Furniture
  4. Seeking Joy and Sharing Mishaps in Creating Everything We Can

Our mission is to encourage improvement in your home or living space, and also help you try building things you perhaps wouldn’t otherwise. Part of being a DIYer is figuring out how to “get there” when you don’t know what to do next; we try to provide how-to’s that are general enough to digest quickly, but thorough enough to give you the basics so that YOU can find your own way of accomplishing your building goal!

Remember, without a lot of construction knowledge or experience, you’re in the same boat as the majority.  If you have the motivation, basic critical thinking skills, and a few tools, we will try to help you with the confidence to try!

Please help us improve the website by leaving us a reply on our posts.  We would like to have as much input as possible from lots of sources!

Please visit our blog for projects and progressive pictures!

 

 

 

 

 

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    1. That is very kind and appreciated! My intent was to avoid the purchase cost of the loom and help others do so too, so I’m glad you and your friends can possibly benefit from the clip! Thanks for your feedback, and check out the other DIY looms we’ve built also!

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  1. i am a neighbor across the street and am so joyed to see the joy and spirit put back into halloween! thank you for sharing your passion and love!

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    1. Thanks for the kind comment! We love Halloween, and we are trying to squash out the “trunk”-or-treat trend we see growing out of a false fear of getting poisoned candy, etc. I don’t know which neighbor you are, but thanks for the comment and Happy Halloween!

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