Welcome to Work it Wednesday No. 168! Happy hump day, my friends! I’m excited that the weather is finally turning here in North Alabama. The nights are becoming mostly pleasant and the days aren’t impossible.
It’s a good thing, because we’re tackling a project this week that has been long on the list. Well, a long time on my HOA’s list – ha! We’re staining the fence. Whoop! It’s the perfect weather for it. And hopefully the process will move quickly.
I’ll be sharing the exact steps we’re using and letting you know about all of the little details once we get done!
Today’s features are some amazing DIY builds! Some of these have been on my wishlist for years, like the clock and coffee table. One day I’ll get around to those. But in the meantime I’ll be oohhhing and ahhhhing over that DIY bathroom vanity. How cool is that?
Please remember to pin from the original source, thanks!
DIY Reclaimed Wood Beam with New Wood from The Weathered Fox
DIY Vintage Card Catalog from Cottage in the Oaks
DIY Farmhouse Coffee Table from Under a Texas Sky
DIY Sliding Barn Door from Run to Radiance
DIY Wood Clock from Virginia Sweet Pea
DIY Small Bathroom Vanity from My Love 2 Create
Cedar-Planked DIY Fireplace Cover from Atta Girl Says
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