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Happy Monday, friends! I hope you all had a relaxing weekend. Fall finally showed its face down here in southeast Texas and we enjoyed some glorious temperatures on Saturday and especially Sunday. It was the first time since April that we turned the AC off and opened all of the windows. There’s nothing quite like that first fall breeze filling the house with fresh outside air. The grass had just been cut the day before and the lovely scent mixed with my fall candle was like heaven.
Today, I am so excited to share a fun little project in which I teamed up with The Home Depot. For this workshop we are building a Rustic Pumpkin Stand that you can use anywhere in the home. I chose to use mine as a stand to display my beautiful fall flowers.
The stand is made out of fence pickets and a 1×2. It is super inexpensive and simple to put together.
I decided to paint mine a distressed white so that my flowers would really pop. First, I stained the pickets so that the distressed part would really stand out. The fence pickets are so rough that I didn’t even have to sand the paint to achieve the distressed look. I just gently wiped with my paint brush making sure to leave some areas a little more exposed.
I love working with fence pickets. I’m pretty sure they’re my current favorite project material.
Want to create one of your own? Be sure to register online to attend September 17th’s DIH Workshop!
The Home Depot’s Workshops are designed to provide a mix of associate-led instruction, demonstration, and some hands-on learning. Materials can be purchased to make your own project. For more information, contact your local Home Depot store.
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