The Gypsy Junker, a tiny shelter with a clear roof by Derek Diedricksen. Link goes to top level; search on "Gypsy Junker" on top left search bar. Tons of great Tiny Homes!

The Gypsy Junker, a tiny shelter with a clear roof by Derek Diedricksen. Link goes to top level; search on "Gypsy Junker" on top left search bar. Tons of great Tiny Homes!

How to Use a Kreg Jig from Pretty Handy Girl - I'm sure this will come in handy with the first project I attempt to tackle

How to Use a Kreg Jig from Pretty Handy Girl - I'm sure this will come in handy with the first project I attempt to tackle

How To Build A Tool Shed From Repurposed Doors  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/5ws9  This little shed is a great way to protect your garden tools and recycle some old doors that would otherwise become landfill.

How To Build A Tool Shed From Repurposed Doors http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/5ws9 This little shed is a great way to protect your garden tools and recycle some old doors that would otherwise become landfill.

20 Creative DIY Furniture Hacks | Wall shelf made out of a magazine rack.

20 Easy & Creative Furniture Hacks (With Pictures)

20 Creative DIY Furniture Hacks | Wall shelf made out of a magazine rack.

No Melt Snowman - mine turned out great!! Easy to make, I used scrap wood. He is just as cute with no arms too!

4x4 No Melt Snowman Tutorial {Guest Post

No Melt Snowman - mine turned out great!! Easy to make, I used scrap wood. He is just as cute with no arms too!

Building several storage cabinets doesn’t take much longer than building a single one. For example, while building a sanding-supplies cabinet like the one shown left, make duplicate case and door parts to create cabinets for other uses, such as storing hand and power tools or finishing supplies. (Go to woodmagazine.com/sandpapercabinet for plans.) Each hangs on cleats for quick shop reorganization. —from the WOOD shop

Building several storage cabinets doesn’t take much longer than building a single one. For example, while building a sanding-supplies cabinet like the one shown left, make duplicate case and door parts to create cabinets for other uses, such as storing hand and power tools or finishing supplies. (Go to woodmagazine.com/sandpapercabinet for plans.) Each hangs on cleats for quick shop reorganization. —from the WOOD shop

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