Multipurpose Workbench – Days 2 and 3

A LOT of progress has been made on the multipurpose workbench. It's gone from the basic frame featured in Multipurpose Workbench Build – Day One to this: I know, I know... I'm totally jumping ahead. Here's how I got to this point. After finishing the internal framing featured in day one, I cut 3/4-inch MDF to create the... Continue Reading →

Completed Workbenches and Plan

Phase one of my workshop renovation is complete, I now have a functional workbench unit and storage area. I found the plans for this style of workbench at How to Build a DIY Wood Workbench: Super Simple $50 Bench. I selected this particular style of workbench because it was easy to modify the plans to fit... Continue Reading →

Workbench vs Uneven Floor

The first workbench for my workshop is framed and ready for the 3/4-inch MDF work top and shelf (check out my previous post, Workshop Improvements – Workbench on where I found plans for this workbench and how I modified the plans to fit my workshop). When I started planning my workshop renovation, I knew I... Continue Reading →

Preliminary Workbench Plan

The "rustic" in Wendy's Rustic Workshop is an adjective that doesn't accurately describe my workshop. In truth, it's Wendy's Dusty Scary Dungeon Workshop. However, "rustic" has a much nicer ring to it, wouldn't you agree? While working on the dollhouse project with my Dad, we used his workshop so we could keep the dollhouse as... Continue Reading →

Dollhouse Build – Day Two

Tonight, my Dad and I started assembly on the dollhouse. This dollhouse measures 4 feet high, 4 feet long and 2 feet wide. Assembly was a two person job. If you haven't already done so, please check out my previous post, A Dollhouse for Christmas for information on where I found plans and how I modified the project.... Continue Reading →

Dollhouse Build – Day One

Life has been kind of busy the past couple of weeks. Today I was finally able to start on my daughter's American Girl dollhouse. I'm so excited to build this dollhouse. Please check out my previous post, A Dollhouse for Christmas for information on where I found plans and how I modified the project.  A couple of... Continue Reading →

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