I am so exited that the weekend is almost here! It has been a long, cold and windy week, so motivation around here has been low on all fronts! Although, I was able to complete a small DIY project.
Earlier this week, I was browsing our local Home and Garden shop and ran across a lovely Feasting Board. For $95 though, I passed but I did use it for my inspiration this week.
How to Make an Easy DIY Feasting Board
nail gun (Hammer and finishing nails work just fine)
combination square (called in the hubs for this part)
I had everything on hand. To begin, I found a piece of wood in my scrap wood pile. I would have preferred a longer piece of wood but I made do with what I had and it still worked out well.
For the feet or the legs of the feasting board, I cut two piece of scrap wood about an inch shorter than the width of the top of the board. I used my Ryobi brad nailer to attach the pieces together.
I stained the piece and let it dry overnight. Once dry, I applied wax to protect the wood. I like to use the American Decor Creme Wax from Home Depot. Then I brought the hubs in to attach the drawer pulls for handles. Normally, I would do this on my own but I could not center them on the top to save my life! He got out the t square or combination square, did some math and attached them perfectly.
Here is my version of the Feasting/Feast Board!
I had everything on hand so this was a free project…
Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!
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