I’ve been asked several times to teach classes on how to make some of the items I have sold in stores or at local boutiques. I thought it would be fun to do just that…only through the blog.
I will add to the list as I go but here are some really fun and easy DIY projects I will be doing in the coming months.
Let me know if you have something you want to make!!
Industrial Farm Coffee Mug Rack:
Made out of old fence wood, hinge pins and metal letters from Far Away Hood..
I have very little wall space so I made mine narrow with just 8 hooks…you can make yours any size to fit your wall dimension.
Industrial Lap Tray
This same lap tray can be used for several uses. As a TV tray , decor on your table, kids homework tray…
Or how about on your kitchen Island!
3 ft/ 4 ft Table Utility Tray with Casters:
My table is narrow so I made this 3 ft White tray. I wanted to be able to arrange my place settings on each side so this size was best for me.
This 4 ft Natural Wood tray used on island for Christmas Decor by my daughter in law in their kitchen.
This tray is also 4 ft. Natural wood and was purchased at my Christmas Boutique this year. The sweet gal who bought it used as Cheese Platter on New Years Eve and sent me a picture. So thoughtful!
(any trays used for food must be cleaned with food safe mineral oil!)
Fairy Garden out of broken clay pots
After the rain is over, it will be fun to get out in the garden!
My Hannah made her Fairy castle with sea glass and shells.
Madi made hers out of broken Candle Holder, sea glass and anything else she found! So fun to watch them create their little gardens!
Industrial Utility Box
18 inch industrial box made from old fencing and plumbers pipe.
Great look with multiple uses…wine bottles, stemware, or how about succulents!
I made this Industrial box for my son Josh for Christmas. I put a great bottle of wine from Paso Robles and vines to plant in his garden.
My daughter in law decorated it with faux succulents and put in bathroom. When she has a party she can easily take out the succulents and put wine bottles back in!
So this is a start..I will add as I go and let me know if you have purchased something from me in the past that you would love to learn how to make yourself! The first DIY project will be later this week so stay tuned!
If getting your hands dirty isn’t your thing but you would still love to have any of the items I’ve posted, let me know under comments and I will see how we can make that happen.
It’s pouring in So.Cal…stay safe out there!