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Familiarity with #tree types and #wood grain is one of the most important skills of #woodworking.

Because natural world of wood is so perfectly unpredictable and varied, familiarity with tree types and wood grain is one of the most important skills of woodworking.

#7. Cut the strips to size and install them on the inside of a medicine cabinet to keep your bobby pins; or install inside a drawer.

Always having trouble finding hairpins and smaller bathroom items? Add a magnetic strip in your cabinets and never lose them again!

DIY Tip of the Day: Tape Measure Holder. Since I’ve never had a specific place to store my tape measure, I could never find it when I needed it. I solved the problem by screwing a large picture hanger plate onto the wall behind my workbench. Now, I hook the tape measure onto the hanger when I’m finished and have no trouble finding it at all. - John Lee

DIY Tip of the Day: Tape Measure Holder. screw a large picture hanger into the wall behind my workbench. hook the tape measure onto the hanger when I’m finished. Always find it!

If you are looking for a craft this season a Fall 2×4 craft is where it is at! I love crafting with 2x4s because they are cheap and sturdy and there are so many cute things you can make! These crafts are perfect for setting out side on the porch to welcome guests, or on...Read More »

2 X 4 Candy Corn Decor From Planks This is an awesome Halloween project and so darn thrifty! I would love to put these little candy corn on my mantle :)

DIY Wooden Spoon | Easy Woodworking Projects

Are you ready to test your skills with these easy woodworking projects? It doesn't matter if you're a beginner, these wood craft projects are for everyone!

A DIY magnetic wall display in your kitchen of your favorite knives. Functional too!

So cool! A DIY magnetic wall display in your kitchen of your favorite knives. Functional too!knives-do-it-in-style-on-a-diy-rustic-wall-rack

$5 bath caddy. Cheap DIY cedar wood project.

DIY Gift Ideas: Cedar Bathtub Caddy With a bit of common sens & some good old elbow grease you to can make something like this. A really great pin & 88 looks like c.