United States Wall Plaque

Bethany from Sawdust and Embryos loves geography, so when she came across a unique United States coffee table, she knew it was the perfect opportunity to put her mad scroll saw skills to work! Bethany opted to make a plaque instead of a table since the Florida peninsula seemed susceptible to busting off easily with twin toddlers running free. Here’s from Bethany: “I love that it has an amazing wood grain, a pop of color for personality, and a heart marking the spot of where we live in Iowa. One of my FAVE projects!”


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Scrabble Tile Wall Art

While hunting for nursery bedding, Décor Chick Emily instead stumbled upon some crossword puzzle wall décor that would make a great addition to the room. Emily created her own Scrabble tile-like letters using high quality pine and her Silhouette machine. I adore how Emily used the puzzle as a way to display the meaning of […Read More]

Upholstered Wood Headboard

Tiffany from Mrs. This and That was loving an upholstered headboard from Pottery Barn that carried with it a hefty price tag. Enter Ana White and her fabulous building plans! With a few tweaks, Tiffany was able to build her own king-sized headboard. This is a good starter upholstery project since the boards cover the […Read More]

Vintage Key Rack

If your current key organization system involves a tangled mess of metal in a bowl, then this project from Suzanne at Meridian Road is for you! Suzanne created a hotel-inspired vintage key rack that features metal label holders and hooks. If you’ve got some salvaged wood, all the better, since the finished product is supposed […Read More]

Two-Piece Steel and Wood Coffee Table

After months of wishing, researching, planning, welding, and building, Rachelle from Adventures in Creating finally completed her new two-piece coffee table. Rachelle constructed the table bases from steel and top from high grade pine. She stained it a rich walnut and coated it with three layers of poly for extra protection. This is an awesome […Read More]

Pinecone Topiary

Megan from Crazy Domestic created a winter topiary out of pine cones and  a pretty planter she found at Hobby Lobby.  She writes, “I made a topiary out of pinecone rosettes and lightly spray painted it white to give it a wintery affect.” Her original inspiration came from Ballard Designs Pinecone Topiary. Go visit Crazy […Read More]