By Wesley4658 DIY or “Fix It Yourself” ideas and projects are definitely not suited for everyone, especially if the damage is big and the repairs necessary are extensive.In that case, it’s better to give the money to the tool man and get it done properly, otherwise you may end up with a pretty spectacularly failed DIY that people like us will feature in lists of the most hilarious DIY fails.
How to build a DIY Outdoor Chair: Materials: (6) 2×3 @ 8ft (framing lumber) (2) 1×3 @ 8ft 2 1/2″ Deck screws 2″ Brad nails 2 1/2″ Kreg screws (weather resistant) Stainable wood filler (1) sets of outdoor cushions (I used these Sevilla Occasional cushions)** Exterior wood stain (I used a quart of Valspar exterior stain in Pinebark) Tools: Kreg Jig (or Kreg Jig mini) Miter saw Drill Brad nailer Clamps Tape Measure Speed square (optional) 1. Make cuts for outdoor chair frame Use a miter saw and make the
SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR MASON JAR TISSUE HOLDER Smooth-sided quart Mason Jars or a jar about that size (like spaghetti sauce jars) Spray paint or chalk paint--I like to use matte or satin finish Newspaper or cardboard to protect your surface Foam Brush Spouncer or sponge makeup wedge Waterbased clear matte Polycrylic Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine Transfer Tape Oracal 651 vinyl Glue gun Craft Felt OLFA Rotary Circle Cutter Kleenex Facial Tissues Perfect Fit Bless You Decal OR Bless You digital SVG cutting
Step By Step Guide: DIY Blanket Ladder Blanket Ladder Supplies: 3, 8 ft 2 x 4 1 5/8 inch screws 1/4 inch countersink drill bit 1/4 inch dowel wood glue 220-grain sandpaper The stain of your choice Shop rags and latex gloves STEP 1: CUT YOUR BEAMS AND YOUR RUNGS We cut our beams to be 6 1/2 feet long. Why? Seven felt too long, and six feet felt too short. HA! Seriously, though, you don’t want it too short, especially if you have higher ceilings. 6 1/2 feet felt right to us, so that’s what we went for.