So you're thinking about learning a little about DIY, are you? Great choice.
While most people sit on the sidelines wishing for something more, you’re stopping your Pinterest scroll to take action. And let me just say, that’s pretty awesome.
DIY has the potential to change your home (without breaking your budget), but it also has the power to change you. Cheesy, but true. Using power tools and creating something with your own two hands is pretty empowering and I have a feeling you’re going to see the benefits of DIY in more than just your home.
But sometimes it's overwhelming trying to figure out where to start. There is so much to learn and it feels like everyone is 10 steps ahead of you.
You see, most plans and tutorials assume you already know the foundation of building furniture and DIY projects.
So before you can confidently tackle a project, you need to get up to speed on the basics like…
And that’s exactly what you’ll learn in the Beginner’s Guide to DIY.
I challenge you NOT to confidently walk into the lumber section of Home Depot after reading what to look for and what to avoid in the Wood 101 section.
I challenge you NOT to feel like you have the inside scoop on common power tools thanks to Tools 101 and the practical tool tips that we share.
I challenge you NOT to take a picture of your completed project and shout it from the Facebook rooftops and after successfully nailing your first DIY project. You’re going to be beaming with pride when you see that gorgeous piece of wood furniture you just made.
And you’ll even get tips on how to make your projects look less homemade and more professional. These are a few things we didn’t learn until a few projects in, and boy are they a game-changer for your final products.
Are you ready to save thousands by building furniture you love and tackling DIY projects that make your home a reflection of who you are? Grab your copy of the Beginner’s Guide to DIY.