Here at the DIY Dad Blog, I feature DIY projects around the home, garage, yard, and office that you can take on yourself. The guides below also include vehicle maintenance and improving computer skills.
In my project articles, I list the tools, supplies, personal protective equipment, and steps that are need to complete the project. For your convenience, I also link to retailers such as Amazon and The Home Depot so you can buy any needed tools and supplies.
Here’s a fun winter penguin craft idea for the kids that involves utilizing simple shapes.
One of my most treasured partnerships is with The Home Depot. I have been a customer of theirs for 20+ years; partnering with them as a blogger really is second nature to me. As you can imagine, when I was approached with the opportunity to participate in a Home Depot Style Challenge, I was excited and said yes!
The Earthwise Leaf Mulcher and Gator Grabber are two awesome tools from the American Lawn & Mower Co. that make collecting and mulching leaves a manageable job.
From picking out a log and cutting it own to the desired length, to creating the votive candle holes, this project only took me about 10 minutes to complete!
In this article, I’m going to show you how I made several DIY candlesticks from pallet wood.
Here’s a quick and easy way to build your own table top centerpiece! This DIY Wood Planter Box only took me about 30 minutes to build and sand.
Rustic pallet wood shutters are one of the easiest things you can make with reclaimed pallet wood. In this article, I’ll show you how I make shutters that are used for non-functioning interior wall decor.
I’d love to share five simple home quarantine project ideas with you! These are accessible projects that require little in the way of tools and supplies.
Mommy and I have recently updated our girls’ room again and I’d love to share the changes we made with you!