Shanty 2 Chic
Turning shanty to chic one bargain at a time
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love to connect with you both personally. Is there an email for you? mine is [email protected]
I ( a touch of help from my husband ) made my first project from your site, cant find where to post it and for you ladies to see it !!!! Couldn’t find the color ‘ Weathered Grey ‘ that i had initially fell in love with it, so opted to a color called Jacobean !!! I also didn’t have a KJ !!! But we are so ready for the next project , however i do have a long list from your awesome site 😉 i can go on and on about i rave about your site love love love it oxoxxo
DIY storage idea, please help! Hello, why are my 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws going through top piece of wood, am I doing something wrong please help. Also this was my first kregjig project, but my test pocket hole and pocket hole screw worked just fine. I can’t figure it out. It won’t let me upload the pictures I took, says their top big.
try making the collar on the drill bit a little close to the end. This will make the pocket hole not quite as deep and the screws won’t pop through.
I love your ideal with the pictures, but i can’t get my messages to print all the way. I cuts them off at the end. the one that says SO VERY BLESSED, at the end it cuts off the B. I am using the Cardstock paper size 8.5 in. x11 in. and my printer is set for that. what am i doing wrong?? Thanks MJ
how long does it take to make the bathroom mirror storage case?
trying to ask a question concerning bathroom mirror storage case, but it keeps booting it back to me saying fill all areas that have an *, which I have done. help!
Any plans to build a canopy bed like this one (complete with tutorial) in the near future?
Just wanted to say thank-you for the great plans! I asked my boyfriend to build me this lovely kitchen table- he was obviously up for it since it meant he got to purchase a new mitre saw! He hasn’t built anything since his high school shop days. It turned out way better than I could ever imagine, and the best part is I know there will be more home-made furniture in the future
I need to make las vegas hotel banners for a show..what kind of letters can I string up.
Awesome class of women! My picture is a tiny wooden rocking horse I made with a band saw, but my Dad and I made a child-size one for a grandson. I can’t seem to locate that picture! Since then my Dad has passed away, but I have all his power tools and use them when I can. I am the only daughter among 6 boys.
I wanted to share with you how much I appreciate your site and project ideas/instructions! Today I completed the Hanging Basket Wood Stand with my Girl Scouts to earn their Cadette Woodworking badge! They did an awesome job and had a great time doing it. Thanks again for all you do!
I am just now seeing this photo Beth and it made my night! LOVE it!
I love the plate holder and I’m adding it to my to do list. I’m also loving the chalk board shown on one of the pictures to the left of the plate holder. Do you have the plans for that?
OK, so this was my first project. I have done at least ten .more since this. I obviously got a little carried away with my letter size, but we just call it ‘ BIG LOVE’.:-)
Thanks for all your great tutorials.
I just wanted to say thank you! I figured out how to post a picture and put one on your blog post for this project also.
I sincerely wanted to thank you girls! For awhile I thought Ana White was crazy but you make it seem easy and doable!
I love my new table and it is perfect for our new den, we can move it in front of either couch and the kids can roll it out of the way when they play video games.
Thank you so much. Now I have to hang my LOVE sign, mason jar sconces and finish my ledge shelf and then it will be officially den by Shanty 2 Chic!!
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