DIY Record Player Table
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1w ago
I am really excited about today’s project, as it’s something I had been looking forward to designing and building for quite some time. Today I’m sharing my DIY record player table with you! Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. I teamed up with Kreg for this build, and you can find the build plans and full tutorial over on their site. As for the details, I added prefabricated legs to this record player table and a pretty, modern brass drawer pull for the drop-down compartment door. I added a drop-down compartment because quite frankly I absolutely hate building ..read more
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Sedona Vortex Hikes
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1M ago
One of the things that makes Sedona special is its spiritual energy. It’s hard to really explain it, but some people believe there are energy vortexes there. We visited a few of them, and today I want to share our experience as well as a bit of information about these vortexes. First of all, what exactly are these Sedona “vortexes”? They are swirling centers of energy, and some people believe they provide healing energy and are good for meditation and introspection. It is believed that you will find clarity, healing, answers you seek, and more. There are seven known vortexes in Sedona. We vi ..read more
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Exploring Sedona
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1M ago
I recently took a trip to Sedona, Arizona, and it was absolutely spectacular. I have so much to share about the trip that I’ll be breaking it up into multiple posts, but today I wanted to just share a broad overview of the entire trip. First of all, if you’ve never been to Sedona, GO! It is so beautiful, and there is just something so calming and healing about it. It’s hard to even explain but it has an energy all its own. I took my cousin and my friend on this girls’ trip with me, and we had an amazing time. We started by flying into Phoenix and taking a shuttle 2 hours to Sedona, where we ..read more
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Welcome to My New Travel Blog!
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1M ago
Hello and welcome to a brand new(ish) section on my blog, all about travel and adventure! (I say “new-ish” because I’ve blogged about a few trips years ago, but nothing consistent.) I’ve been traveling more since my divorce a few years ago, particularly recently, and I decided I might as well start documenting my adventures. Not only do I want to capture my vacations, but I also want to share travel tips, general recommendations, as well as adventures in my own city of Atlanta. I have a brand new Instagram account to go along with this new chapter of my blogging journey, and you can follow th ..read more
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Stenciled Tool Tote
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
5M ago
I built a tool caddy a while back, and this time around I needed something a little bit smaller and lightweight. I also wanted to add a fun little design detail, so I created this fun little DIY stenciled tool tote. I’m teaming up with Kreg to share build plans and a full tutorial for this project over on their site. As usual, I used my Kreg Jig 520PRO to build this tool tote. I love it because it’s user-friendly and portable. I used a vinyl cutting machine to create the tool decals which I used as stencils. I applied them to the tote along with a diagonal strip of painter’s tape, painted o ..read more
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DIY Toy Storage Bin
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
8M ago
If you have kids, then you know you can never have enough toy storage solutions. Today I’m teaming up with Kreg to bring you build plans and a tutorial for this DIY toy storage bin! Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. For this project, I used my Kreg Jig 520PRO which as you know by now is my absolute favorite pocket hole jig. I like it because it’s user friendly, lightweight, and super portable. This build is a great beginner woodworker project, and it’s especially easy since you can just add prefabricated legs. I found some cute ones on Amazon, but you can u ..read more
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DIY Wooden Jewelry Stand
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
10M ago
I’ve been meaning to build a jewelry organizer for quite some time, and I finally put something together that works well for me, and I’m happy to share the build plans with you! I’m teaming up with my friends over at Kreg to show you how to build this DIY wooden jewelry stand. Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. I really wanted something small that would work well to display my jewelry on top of a dresser, and this is what I came up with. Of course you could modify the dimensions depending on your needs, or even add additional dowel rods, cup hooks, or shelve ..read more
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DIY Wooden Planter
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
11M ago
Looking for a simple woodworking project? I’ve got you covered. I’m teaming up with Kreg to bring you a tutorial for this DIY wooden planter! Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. With this project, you can insert a pre-potted plant or you can add lanscape fabric and soil and plant something directly into the planter. I used the Kreg Jig 520-PRO for this project, which you probably know by now is my favorite. It’s lightweight, portable, and very user-friendly. You can also customize this planter to any color or finish you choose. I used a special walnut stain ..read more
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DIY Rolling Toy Bin
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1y ago
One thing that plagues my home is toy clutter, even as my boys get older. I decided to build a DIY rolling toy bin to corral some of their things, and I’m teaming up with Kreg to share the build plans with you! Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. I used my Kreg Jig 520PRO to build this toy bin. It’s a great pocket hole jig, easy to use, and super portable. I love putting my own design spin on things, and you can definitely do the same. For the finish I stained it with a special walnut stain, then taped off a diagonal design and painted it white. I added 3/4 ..read more
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DIY Wooden Tray
Erin Spain
by Erin Spain
1y ago
I’m back with another simple woodworking project! This one is great for beginners and it’s budget-friendly too. I’m teaming up with my friends over at Kreg again, this time to bring you a tutorial for this DIY wooden tray. Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Kreg. All opinions are my own. You know I love easy projects, and this one is perfect for anyone just getting into woodworking, OR anyone who loves those cute decorative trays you see at HomeGoods and all the fun home decor stores but you want to make your own for a fraction of the cost. Plus, you can customize it to any dimensions or ..read more
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