I posted last week about today's reveal of the The Home Depot bloggers' virtual fall wheelbarrow project.
It's such a fun project for fall because we can pile on the pretty fall decor!
Here is my finished project:
Fall is my favorite season, so I was anxious to get started.
This is the photo we were given, and we were told to get creative and to give our own wheelbarrow an individual spin.
Instructions/About the wheelbarrow project:
Project materials list:
1 large wood crate
1-2" x 8' x 8' prime kiln dried board
3-pressure-treated 36" x 2" x 2" wood square end baluster
1/2" x 48" wood round dowel
1-box 8 x 2 &1/2" Phillips square drive flat-head
Full thread zinc-coated multi-material screw
1-pack #8 x 1" flat-head Phillips wood screws
*Optional: paint or stain
1/2" drill bit
I measured and marked (2) 8" segments from one of the pressure-treated 36" x 2" x 2" wood square end baluster (legs).
(1) 3&3/4" segment from the 1/2"x48" wood round dowel-wheel axle
(1) 7" circle from the 2" x 8" x 8" board
Using a circular saw, I cut the two (2) 8" legs from one 36" x 2" x 2" wood square end baluster and the 3 and 3/4" wheel axle from the 1/2" x 48" wood round dowel
Using a drill bit, I pre-drilled a hole touching the outside line of the circle. I inserted the jigsaw into the pre-drilled hole and cut the 7" circle from the 2" x 8" x 8' board.
I measured and marked the center of both remaining 36" x 2" x 2" wood square end balusters at 1 and 1/4 from the ends. Using the 1/2" drill bit, I drilled a 1/2" hole halfway through the baluster at the center mark of each of the balusters using a slight 5 degree angle, with the drill bit pointing away from the short end of the baluster.
I then drilled a 1/2" hole through the center mark of the 7" wheel.
I proceeded to put the wheelbarrow together and prepared it for decorating.
If you haven't attended one of The Home Depot's workshops, you should check to see what your local store is currently offering at any given time.
You will learn new skills and gain more confidence in using tools and putting things together.
Please go visit the other participants to see what they came up with:
If you created this fall wheelbarrow project, please use this hashtag #DIHWorkshops and feel free to promote your project on social media.
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