DIY Epoxy Garage Floor Tutorial

Epoxy garage floors are a great DIY project you can do to spruce up your home. Epoxy will make your floors look nice, clean up easily, and give your garage a finished look. Over the years I’ve epoxied about 10 garages for friends and family. All of them have turned out great, and the floors […]

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Gift Ideas for DIY’ers

The holidays are right around the corner and sometimes it is a challenge to find great gifts for your favorite DIY’er. I came up with a list of some of my favorite and most useful tools around the shop. These are all brands and products I use, which are built to last. The tools I […]

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Concrete Furniture Ideas and Inspiration!

Concrete tables are a great DIY project for anyone. I remember back to the first concrete table I ever made. That was in 2007 after watching an episode about concrete counters on the DIY Network. Since then, I’ve built a number of tables and counters. I’ve also helped thousands of people make their own tables […]

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How to Build a Rustic and Bold Farm Table

The other day I was browsing projects on Ana White’s website and came across a dining table I had to have. Sooooo…. a couple days later I have a completed and beautiful new table for dinner parties and meals. This table can be built for around $120-$150 and is built out of 2×4, 2×8, 2×10, […]

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How to Embed a Logo in a Concrete Counter

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A couple months ago a neat really cool company from Missoula, Montana named onXmaps came to me and asked if I’d be interested in partnering on a DIY project for their brand new office building. They wanted something unique to them, that no one else in the world had. So…. we decided to do a […]

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Basic Tips for Installing Sod

I thought I’d document my sod project a bit because it was a very quick and satisfying project. Here are the basics about installing sod. 1. Cost A roll of sod ranges between $3 – $4 in my part of the country (Bozeman, Montana). This is for a 2 ft by 5 ft roll (10 […]

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How to install stained glass window coverings

I closed on my new house last year and have slowly been working on house projects. This weekend I heard about Window Fims from Artscape and decided to give them a try. I had ugly curtains up before, and they are hard to open or close because the window is up pretty high. It took […]

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How to Build a Rustic Desk

  If you are looking to build an elegant looking and rustic desk you’ve come to the right place! This desk or side table is easy to build and makes a great weekend project. The desk consists entirely of 2×4, 2×6, and 1×4 boards. The only special tool you’ll need is a KregJig. I got mine […]

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