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Hello and happy Monday friends! I’m back to share my version of The Home Depot DIY Workshop’s Wooden Doormat! As you can see, I’m kinda diggin’ the tribal trend.
(Okay, not really.)
- Katie, Bower Power Blog
- Rachel, Shades of Blue Interiors
- Aniko, Place Of My Taste
- Chelsea, Making Home Base
Did you see their versions of this DIY Wooden Doormat? Click the links above to take a peek.
The Home Depot #DIYWorkshop
Saturday, March 26, 2016
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their store locations. There are three types of Workshops: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH), and Kids. I love that Home Depot offers these free workshops because folks can learn how to build home decor projects, make easy home repairs and renovations, and safely operate tools through the demonstrations and step-by-step instructions.
Build the frame first. I drilled 3/4″ pocket holes and constructed the frame with 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws and wood glue. Then I attached the slats with pocket screws, using a 3/4″ thick scrap piece of wood to act as spacers, to keep the slats evenly spaced.
Of course, I sketched up my design first because I am a giant nerd.
Be sure to register to attend the DIY Workshop in your local Home Depot store!
Want to see even more cool customizations of this DIY Wooden Doormat?
- That’s My Letter / Ciburbanity / Brooklyn Limestone / Wills Casa / The Bold Abode
- Build Basic / Her Toolbelt / Addicted 2 DIY / My Love 2 Create / Sawdust 2 Stitches
- Fix This Build That / Sawdust To Sequins / Build It Craft It Love It / DIY Huntress / Glued N Screwed
- Remodelando La Casa / The Kim Six Fix / Heathered Nest / Creatively Living / Batchelors Way
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