Steph's on-going quest to find a tool or system to rake up leaves in her backyard has finally come to an end!
Steph's backyard is nothing but rock as no grass will grow because of all the tree coverage and ALL those trees drop lots of leaves two times a year!
At long last, she has found the ultimate bag/rake combination to clean up the overabundance of leaves!
Steph recently built a flat-pack sofa from Home Reserve, which meant the side table she had been using just wasn't going to work with the new sofa.
She thought about what she needed, which was storage for a few remotes and such and enough space for a beverage and track pad.
Here's what she came up with.
We've used TotalBoat epoxy for a number of projects and because we like their products, we subscribe to their emails to keep up with their newest products.
Well, in one email a fews weeks ago, we saw they had new silicone charcuterie molds for sale. I talked it over with Steph and we decided on the spot to buy both the circle and rectangle molds. The shipping was super fast so I was on my way to some creative fun in no time!
By the way, I really do enjoy all kinds of epoxy projects. Most have been large multi day projects, so I was looking forward to working on a small project that would take very little time.
Take a look at the latest offering from TotalBoat.
Part three in the four-part Home Reserve DIY Sofa series: Putting it all together!
Once the five chairs and two ottomans were assembled, it was time to bring them in the house to connect them all together.
This part could not have been easier! The hardest part was working around the greyhounds!
As easy as this is to assemble its just as easy to take apart to rearrange or move, which we did a few weeks later!
This is part two of four in our series on the DIY flatpack sofa from Home Reserve.
In the first video/post, Steph shared the ordering process and building the test armless the company suggested we build before getting the rest of the pieces.
This video/post is all about building the various pieces: the small and large ottomans, the arm for the armless, stuffing the cushions, and "upholstering" the frames.
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