There has been quite a lot of productivity going on around here with all the extra time on our hands these days. It helps that I have projects that need to get done. But, if I hear one more “I’m bored” comment I just might go nutty.
Seriously. “Cray cray” may take on a whole new meaning in our house.
I told my kids that they have been banned from uttering that darn awful expression. If you are drifting into that dreadful “boredom” zone, I’ve got you! You don’t have to be an expert craftsman to tackle these easy DIY wood projects I’ve been sharing the past month. I am compiling them here along with some others to relieve some boredom as well as get that needed creativity outlet in.
DIY Wood Projects – Bored No More
This easy Reclaimed Wood Table Tray was a cinch to make. Using wood that I already had made this a fast project. You can see the full post here. And of course, my video tutorial here for all the visual learners.
Everyone seems to be styling these wood lanterns on their front porches lately. As much as I love them, I really don’t like to pay the cost for some of them. This one was super easy to make myself. Video tutorial here.
This DIY Candle Centerpiece is a great addition to any table. And for less than $20 bucks, I’ll take it. This costs even less if you already have stain or paint to use up. You can also make the holes bigger and use it to store coloring supplies for the kiddos! Video here.
This DIY Wood Wall Scroll Hanging is super super easy to accomplish. I did this one to hang up in my daughter’s bedroom and it works well on a collage wall. Free digital printable included.
If you’re up for something that requires a tad bit more work, try out these Kitchen Open Shelves. We made our own a few years back for our kitchen in place of cupboards that were ripped down and I loved having dishes on display. See the instructions and detailed post here.
This plant stand is an easy project to accentuate your vase decor. Grab the instructions here.