Hey there, friends! Happy Friday! Today’s project is a pretty amazing. Not just because the project is great, but because I got to build it with one of my closest friends! Not closest geographically. We actually live on opposite sides of the country, but we talk literally every day and I don’t think I’d be able to get through this crazy blogging world without her!
Last month, we traveled to Florida to go see the US Men’s National Team compete in their last home qualifier for the World Cup. Well, I couldn’t go to Florida without paying a visit to my friend, Corey, from Sawdust 2 Stitches. When I told her we were coming, we decided that we HAD to build a project together! Our friends at DAP loved the idea of us collaborating on a project and partnered with us as well! It was such a great day! In this tutorial, we’ll be sharing with you how we used their Rapid Fuse Wood Glue, Carpenter’s Glue, and Plastic Wood-X to help us build this project.
In one afternoon, we built this gorgeous trestle entry table from start to finish. That INCLUDES the trip to Home Depot for the lumber! How’s that for teamwork?! Corey will be sharing the step-by-step photo tutorial on her site as well as some great tips on how we assembled the legs and also some tricks for the glue-up, so make sure you visit her site and get these tips before building your own. I drew up the printable plans and you can download and print them off to help you along the way. They also include the materials list and cut list for this project.
We both are so happy with how this table turned out and it was beyond fun to get to collaborate together on a project. It’s definitely not every day that we get to do something like this. It also helped that our husbands get along great and our boys played so well together. It is definitely something we want to plan again for 2018. Again, be sure to check out Sawdust 2 Stitches to get the step-by-step photo tutorial and also click here to download the plans for this build! Special thanks to our friends at DAP Products for partnering with us on this build!
DISCLOSURE: I was provided product and/or compensation for this post. All ideas and opinions are 100% my own.