Home Project Must-Haves

Recently I posted about my must-haves for the kitchen, and after receiving an email suggestion from a reader (keep the suggestions coming!) I'd like to present some of my crafting or project must-haves.

In no particular order, the tools and items I couldn't live without when it comes to home projects are:
(Where possible, I've included a link to the item.)

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1. A hand sander with an ample supply of big sheets of sandpaper (in a variety of grits).




2. A cordless drill (I highly recommend getting an extra battery pack, too!)




3. A spray paint "gun"(We have a dual purpose gun that John can use for auto paint as well)



4. A small measuring tape


5. Straight pins



6. Saw-tooth wall art hangers and a variety of Command strips (I also invest in the refill packs!)


7. A small hammer (John always steals my small hammer and I have to find it in his mess of a garage on a monthly basis. Jerk.)


8. Spray paint clear coat



9. A small level (I cannot trust eyeballin' things. It never works.)


10. A camera or smart phone to document my project adventures via this blog or picture messages to friends and family. Sharing your projects with pride is the best part!

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What about you? I know ya'll are super crafty. What are some things you use all the time for your projects around the house? Leave me a comment and let's talk shop!

Over and out.

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2 comments:

  1. We can never, and I mean NEVER, have enough zip ties. Wire, of a slightly smaller gauge than baling wire. A drawer full of random hinges, hasps, and carabiners. A big roll of twine (large roll of orange baling twine will last us a couple years). A couple spare 6'x8' tarps. Never know when you'll need a tarp. :)

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    1. TOTALLY! I can't believe I forgot zip ties! And baling twine! And tarps! Gaaahhhhhh. I use all of those things on a regular basis, too.

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