Found on: http://www.instructables.com/id/One-sheet-Plywood-Bench/
It’s time for me to admit it, I am cheap. My reader/readers have probably realized this from my previous posts, but yesterday’s Alpina-Grill post may have thrown people off the trail. So I wanted to find a simple, DIY project that almost anyone can do, so I encountered the instruction to this bench made out a sheet of 1/2″ plywood and some Gorilla Glue. Continue reading
Stairs are tough. They are stagnant and cost thousands of dollars if you want to move them. They are part of a house that you typically have to live with. It is not like a door or a window, which are fairly easy to change out when it starts to look shabby. So here are a few ways to help re-finish your stairs to make it modernize your home. Continue reading
I hear it daily, things cost a lot more than they used to and discretionary spending is not an easy thing to justify anymore. The “new normal” has hurt a lot of people on the lower rungs of the economic ladder, so buying origional art from a well-known artist isn’t a common occurance like it was in previous yearsSo rather than getting depressed and letting your home begin looking equally depressing, I want to give men a few alternative “art” projects that won’t break the bank. Continue reading
I have always been a bit of the DIY type. And even though I already have a considerably long list of projects to do on my new house, I like looking around for easy things I can do in my limited free time. I know, I must be a masochist on some level.
However, for those who don’t really know where to start on these projects, take a look at makeprojects.com. This is a site that’s gives great DIY ideas to the ambitious types. Continue reading
The first thing to say that this is a work shop, not a garage. I have left out the majority of tools you will use on cars and metal, seeing as you will not need many of them when working on your home. No matter what I put on this list, there will be a list of things people said I “forgot” so these are just the tools that are most commonly used in household remodeling and basic furniture building.