Farmhouse Wood Tote DIY

Farmhouse Wood Tote DIY Sometimes when you sell handmade items and have one item that sells really well, it can be both a blessing … and I won’t say a curse, but kind of close. Such is the case with the handmade wood totes my husband and I made. Last I checked, we had made and sold over 50 of them.  That’s a lot of totes that take a fair amount of time to make. To be honest, I was {Read More}

Rustic Coffee Shop Wooden Storage Tote

Create a Rustic Coffee Shop Wooden Storage Tote With a Removable Bar for Countertop Organization on a Budget! Shirley Temple has invaded my brain and I’ve been singing “the sun will come out tomorrow” for the last several days.  Our weather has been such a yo-yo lately, which makes it really tough to take photos.  One minute it’s pouring down rain, then the sun comes out and I madly start shooting photos while it lasts.  So during one of the {Read More}

Bespoke Wooden Totes & American Farmhouse Style

My daughter has a word-of-the-day app on her phone.  Most of the words are ones that are seldom used and neither of us know what they mean, but the one she told me the other day was bespoke. It’s an old word that dates back to the 1500’s and is rarely used in normal conversation, but  it’s become a somewhat trendy word today. According to Merriam-Webster, bespoke refers to things that are ordered before they are made. My husband and {Read More}

Paper Towels Overload and New Wood Tote Style

Paper towels… I have oodles of them. If there’s ever a zombie apocalypse and there’s a raid on grocery stores, my family may not have a stockpile of food to fall back on, but we have plenty of paper towels. My husband found an amazing deal, and bought several cases of them. We now have them stacked in our bedroom, and taking up space in our bathroom storage closet. Looking at all of them made me want to work on more farmhouse {Read More}

Mason Jars Stencils, DIY Wood Tote + Custom Stencils

You all love mason jars, right?      Yeah, that’s a silly question! I collect old ones, and my favorites from my collection are displayed on the new kitchen window shelf my husband made me last year. Well, a few days ago, I shared a little wooden crate I had upcycled to look like an old produce shipping crate. It has the words, “Sweet Harvest Produce Co.” lettered on the side, but that lettering was only part of my newest Vintage Sign Stencil design, so I’m {Read More}

Build a Wooden Tote with Built In Paper Towel Holder

Yesterday I promised I’d share the tutorial to build this farmhouse wooden tote, so let’s get to it! Build a Bread Board Wooden Tote with Paper Towel Holder  All works © Knick of Time – Do not redistribute this tutorial in part or whole in manner. Supplies Needed: (contains affiliate links are included to help you find the products you’ll need.  Most of these Pine Boards (dimensions below) 1″ diameter wood dowel thumb screws  (1/4″ x 20 x 1″) T nuts {Read More}