This weekend, whip up a little rustic storage project with a few simple materials and just an hour or two of work. Whatll you need? Some basic pine shelves, a few precut leather straps, and some hardware (screws, ruler, you know the drill). Best of all, this shelf can stay as is, no need to paint or finish. If you need some extra space to store your stuff, this is it, and you can make several in no-time. For full instructions and photos, visit Oh So Pretty (say it out loud with a deep voice!). All images: Oh So Pretty …
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Apple Basket Christmas Decor -This tiered Christmas display was super easy to build. All that you will need are baskets (or some other kind of stackable containers), some miscellaneous pieces of scrap wood, wood screws, a drill and your favorite Christmas garland/decor items.
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Rescue pickle jars or other glass containers from the recycle bin, and give them a new purpose holding cotton products. To accommodate the knob, drill a hole in the center of the lid. Prime and paint the lids, and let dry. Spray with a clear sealer to protect the paint. Once dry, attach each knob, and cut off the excess shank. For a final pop of color, glue strips of punchy patterned paper to the jars.
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Unique Plant Hangers – Simply drill a hole in an old table spoon, bend the spoon to give it the desired curve and nail the spoon to a wall. Using a thick, long spoon will yield better results. If you are unable to bend the spoon, soften it by using a propane torch on it.
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