We hope you had a wonderful weekend! Were you able to finish a project recently? We would love to see! We have some fun DIY signs to share with you today, if you make one, tag us with #imaremodelaholic, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook, you can always send us a photo here, too. We love being inspired by your creativity and skills!
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This DIY wooden storage chest was made from just one sheet of plywood and a piece of baseboard trim! With a little stain, it has just the right look for it’s new home! Want to create one for your home? Check out our video tutorial, Simple One-Sheet DIY Wooden Storage Chest Tutorial and Plans and get the free printable plans as well. It’s great for storage and looks beautiful too!
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Today we have a quick and easy project for you from Tasha at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body. She is taking you through How to Make A Reusable Faux Chalkboard Sign. There are so many fun ways to use chalk and chalkboard paint and this DIY sign is just the beginning! Create one, maybe two, and have fun creating something new for each holiday or season!
We are highlighting this gorgeous Space-Saving Mini Coffee Bar Sign and Organizer created by Betty at Oh Everything Handmade. She wanted a coffee bar but didn’t have much space in her small apartment, so she created this beautiful, easy access mini coffee bar. Check out all of the well thought out details, the DIY sign, and get a step by step look at it’s creation by checking out the post!
Love the rustic, farmhouse look, but still searching for pieces to use in your home? We have the perfect project for you! You can learn How to Make Painted Farmhouse Signs the Easy Way. All you need is some wood, a bit of paint, and a printer. It is quick, easy, DIY sign and won’t cost near as much as what you might pay at the store.
This fun DIY sign is perfect for a mantel, a bookshelf, or even as a gift for some newlyweds! It only took about an hour and a half to cut out and sand, in preparation for paint. The cutting was the easy part, it was the sanding that took most of the time. Best of all this project was basically free. We used scrap MDF and left over spray paint. It’s a great project for seasoned DIY’ers or newbies to try! Learn how by checking out How to Make an Ampersand Cutout Sign.
We hope you have a fabulous week!
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