How to Build a DIY Toddler Kitchen Helper Tower

DIY Stepping Stool with Guard Rails

Is your toddler beginning to master the art of using the toilet or trying to wash hands in a sink? Toddlers need a little boost to reach things that are just out of their reach, but you don’t want them climbing on furniture that could be a safety hazard. A DIY toddler kitchen helper tower is the perfect solution! This …

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How to Build a DIY Pallet Wood Picture Frame

DIY Reclaimed Wood Frame Sign

A few years back during the winter, our old backyard fence fell due to strong winds. Over the years the 4×4 post gets rotten from rain and moister and eventually falls apart. At that point, the post and the fence need to be replaced. I had to disassemble the old fence before installing the new one, but instead of throwing …

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How to Build a DIY Fruit Storage Container

DIY Fruit Storage Container

In our house, we always have a lot of fruits either in a basket or in some bowl container on the counter. We needed a place to keep fresh fruits in one organized place. So I built a DIY Countertop Fruit Storage Container just for that. Now our fruits are well organized in one place for kids (and adults) to …

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How to Build a DIY Kitchen Table with Epoxy Resin

DIY Kitchen Table with Epoxy

I wanted to design a DIY Kitchen Table for our house that is built from basic construction lumber but has a different look than just a standard farmhouse style. Building the curved legs took a little bit of time to make, but I like how they turned out. The best part of this project is to make the marble stone …

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How to Make a DIY Napkin Holder

DIY Napkin Holder

In my garage, I have a big pile of scrap wood leftover from other projects. I didn’t want to throw it away so I decided to build a small DIY Napkin Holder with salt and pepper compartments. This is a simple DIY project for a beginner to try and doesn’t cost a lot of money to make it. After staining …

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How to Build a DIY Wooden Bar Stool

DIY Wooden Bar Stool

Typically bar stools come with thin legs, but I decided to make this DIY wooden Bar Stool with legs from trimmed 4×4 lumber. This bar stool looks bulky, but it’s a perfect fit for a dining table that I made several months ago. Time to Complete 6 hours Total Cost $15 Skill Level Intermediate Tools for this project Drill Tape Measure Sander …

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