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DIY Laundry Basket

January 26, 2016 By Kirsten Dunn

I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect laundry basket for the past year. Who knew a laundry basket would be so hard to find? I wanted one that wouldn’t take up too much space and would allow me to separate lights and darks. It also needed to be more appealing than the current pile of laundry sitting at the foot of my bed in a big messy pile!I live in a 1-bedroom apartment in the middle of the city. While browsing around Pinterest I found this gem, and decided to give it a go.

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How To Make a DIY Edison Lamp

January 05, 2016 By Kirsten Dunn

Seattle winters can start to really feel long once the holidays are over and summer is the next thing to look forward to. To cheer up your New Year, we have a cheerful (and simple to make) lamp that's sure to brighten up any room!

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Fourth of July Pallet Sign

June 30, 2015 By Kirsten Dunn

Apple pie, fireworks, suntans, and barbecues—we love Fourth of July celebrations. This American flag pallet sign is the perfect addition to any Fourth of July party. And if you're especially patriotic, it's an awesome year-round piece of Americana art.

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How To Make A Dowel Magazine Rack

June 16, 2015 By Kirsten Dunn

We needed a magazine rack to store our Dunn DIY newsprints and thought it'd be the perfect project for the site! When treated with Lifetime Wood Treatment, this rack can double as a garden trellis. It's simple, it's easy, and it's cheap—our favorite kind of DIY project.

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Pallet Makeover: Wedding Sign

April 14, 2015 By Kirsten Dunn

The pallet sign project is an absolute must! It’s perfect for personalizing a party or your home (I’m making this one for my sister’s wedding). It’s beautiful, simple, and doesn’t leave a hole in your wallet! 

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Earth Day Repurposed Planter

April 08, 2015 By Kirsten Dunn

In honor of Earth Day we partnered with Seattle Goodwill for a green project! I love this project—it’s a fun, unique way to upcycle some out-of-use pieces, and it’s a great way to cut costs and improve the quality of your food by growing your own herbs!