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Category Archives: Power Tool Challenge


DIY Furniture Plans to Build a Fruit and Vegetable Bin This month’s Power Tool Challenge theme is Spring… If it hasn’t yet “sprung” in your area, it will be shortly and with Spring comes thoughts of gardening. For us, that Read more…


DIY Plant Stands Made with Recycled Wood It is that time again… This month’s theme for the Power Tool Challenge is “Repurposed”. I bought two ceramic planters that I was crazy about but needed stands for them. You see, we Read more…


Cityscape Bookends for the Power Tool Challenge During the first Power Tool Challenge, I got together with fellow bloggers to create a project using one power tool – a drill. I made a wall mounted light fixture that was really Read more…


Build a DIY Wood Letter Jewelry Hanger This post contains a few affiliate links – what that means is that if the link is clicked and a purchase is made, I will receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting Read more…


DIY Wall Sign with Scrappy¬†Moulding This post contains an affiliate link… What that means is that if the link is clicked and a purchase is made, I will receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting Designs by Studio C! Read more…


DIY Plans to Build a Vegetable Gathering Basket Once again, it is time for the Power Tool Challenge… This month’s theme is Summer! Since summer generally involves picking lots of fresh fruits and veggies from the garden, I created DIY Read more…


DIY Furniture Plans to Build a Stenciled Concrete Top Table It is that time again, my friends – Power Tool Challenge time! This month’s theme is “Porch and Patio” and it couldn’t be a better topic with better timing! I Read more…


DIY Wood Arrow Candleholder It is time for the Power Tool Challenge again, this time the theme is¬†“Secret Santa”! The idea is that the project will be created then mailed to one of the other bloggers in the group as Read more…

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