DIY Raised Garden Bed

Raised Garden Bed Plans

Making a DIY raised garden bed is a fun and quick project you can easily tackle in a weekend. I built my raised garden bed project out of redwood because it withstands the outdoor elements well. The project cost was approximately $220 including the wood, dirt, screws, and weed barrier. I built this to be at a height of 23 ...

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How to Make an Outdoor Gas Fireplace

Thanks for stopping by to check out the tutorial on how to make an outdoor gas fireplace. I’ve been searching for months to find a good tutorial and plans to make a more DIY friendly gas fire pit that didn’t involve welding and masonry. Turns out there isn’t much on the subject, so I researched to build my own. The ...

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DIY Garden Bench

DIY Garden Bench

Looking for a simple wood project you can knock out in an afternoon? If so, here is your project! I built this garden and yard bench for my mother, who will be getting it on Mother’s day which will be here before we know it in early May DIY Garden Bench The DIY garden bench I built in collaboration with ...

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10 Summer DIY Patio Projects You Can’t Go Without!

Are you wanting to have the coolest patio on the block this summer? If the answer is yes, then it is time to get out in the garage and make some sawdust. Here are 10 Summer DIY Patio Projects you can’t go without! Find a project that looks fun to build and go for it! Free plans and a video tutorial are ...

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How to Make a Concrete Coffee Table

Concrete Coffee Table with LED lights

DIY Concrete Coffee Table for the Patio Hey guys and gals! So I was in need of a coffee table for the patio, and here is what I came up with!  Since I love the look of concrete, I created a simple and sturdy wood base out of cedar wood and then created a concrete top. Concrete looks great, is ...

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How to Make a Borrow Board

Borrow Board

Tools Needed Miter Saw​– I’d recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter saw. Table Saw – I recommend Rigid or Ryobi saws. Drill​– I use R​yobi drills.​ Nail Gun (you could use hammer and nails instead) Tape Measure, Ruler, Pencil Orbital Sander​– Ryobi makes a nice one. Clamps​– Clamps are helpful for any project. I love to use JackClamps Speed Square Supplies Needed ...

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DIY Polished Concrete Coffee Table with Crushed Glass

Polished Concrete Table

This week, we wanted to dive more in to polishing concrete, coloring concrete, and embedding crushed, recycled glass into a concrete table top. This Concrete Coffee Table is an awesome project for all different skills levels, it is simple to make, and has a nice, modern touch to it. Be sure to check out the free, downloadable plans. Share your ...

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Ultraloq Ul3 Smart Lock Quick Review

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Ultraloq was kind enough to get in touch and team up with DIY Projects with Pete. This blog post will show the processes of installing a Ultraloq Ul3 Smart Door Lock and dive into the some features of this lock. This door lock is fingerprint programmable, pin programmable, and is a keyless entry system. In my opinion, this would be ...

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Why You Should get Started with DIY Projects in 2016

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This New Year is all about you: become the best that you can be, work towards your goals and achieve them, and cross things off the list that you’ve been wanting to finish for some time now. This blog post will dive into why you need to get started with DIY Projects in 2016. Do It Yourself Projects will open ...

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Modern Concrete Log Holder

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Ryobi was a fan of the Concrete Log Holder that we recently made, so we teamed up and decided to make a more modern, circular version of the concrete log holder. The step-by-step tutorial is on Ryobi Nation website, here. Below are a few photos of the build and some basic tools and supplies needed to make yours! Best of ...

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