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This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
As part of The Home Depot ProSpective campaign this quarter, we received an eight piece DeWalt combo kit. We were impressed with the kit and felt we needed to share a closer look at the tools.
As this combo offers basic tools, it would be a great gift for someone wanting to start their tool collection or add to or upgrade what they already have to battery powered.
Along with the eight tools, you get the rolling ToughSystem box, accessories like a circular saw blade and angle grinder blade, a battery charger and three batteries. Everything you need to get started!
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Also, on this episode of workshop Wednesday, we followed up with a project we did last year around this time. Steph called me out on not finishing my dining room chairs in a timely manner!
Actually, we did this to share how sometimes projects don't go according to plan and end up being much more work then we anticipated. The hang up with these chairs was my desire to maintain the mid-century detail on the upper part of the chair. This detail is proving extremely frustrating, as I'm having trouble making it "perfect."
In order to get these chairs done, I need to let go of "perfect" and be fine with the results. Sometimes we DIYers can be our own worst critics!
And, to close out the show, we chose the winner of the 30 square feet of Aspect backsplash tile. Thank you to all that entered and signed up to receive our weekly newsletter.
Actually, the last thing was shared was a really cool DIY alternative Christmas tree from a viewer. You can see a picture of her project at the end of the show. #TryLearnShare.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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