Every few months, we like to really pull all the stops out and out-do ourselves by hosting a super-amazing theme week where we share basically a full month worth of tutorials, guest features, and inspiration — in just ONE week. 

Our next feature week is all about PLYWOOD! 

Grab a sheet (any size, any thickness) or some scraps and start creating — we want to see! Our plywood week will begin on April 3rd, 2017 — so send us your projects as soon as you can (by March 9th) so we can reserve a spot in our awesome plywood lineup. 

Show us your best and most unique, creative, and amazing PLYWOOD PROJECT using the form below or by emailing [email protected] with “plywood feature” somewhere in the subject. We’ll be in touch soon to let you know if you’re selected to be part of our feature week.

(And even if you’re not selected for guest feature, you’ll still be on our list to be included in round-ups and social media features, plus you’re invited to join in the fun at the link party starting on April 3rd, so be sure that you’re following Remodelaholic!)

Want to show us a project that’s not on this particular theme?  Use this form.

Wondering what it’s all about? See our past themed feature weeks here:

Headboard Week    |    All Things Windows    |    Shut The Front Door DIYs

Deck the Walls    |    IKEA Hacks to the Max    |    Turning Tables DIY   |   Pallets Aplenty

 

Feature Week Submission

  • About You and Your Project

  • Please attach the BEST final image(s) you have of your project, at a decent size. (You may submit up to 3 images.) Please be sure that whatever you are photographing is clean and staged beautifully. Make sure the lighting is not too dark. Please remove extra cords and misc distractions to give us the BEST shot of your project.
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, Max. file size: 512 MB, Max. files: 3.
    • If you are rewriting a post to be featured on Remodelaholic (at least 40% changes), include the link to the original post on your blog here. (If you are submitting an original project that has not been previously published, leave this blank.)
    • Give me a short explanation of what our readers will love about this project, and why it's a great fit for our theme week. For example: it's innovative, it follows a very small budget, it is a great tutorial, etc.