If you’re just joining, welcome to the Bitterroot Scrap Wood Series!
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Long story short – I’m sharing a new scrap wood project every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in May and this is Day 2!
All you need is an old 2×4 … or pieces of a 2×4 … really … don’t even need the whole board.
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Entré easy 2×4 nesting houses!
These are such a simple, cute piece of décor.
Set them on a console table, shelf, or bookcase. You name it.
They’re a great piece for modern farmhouse style.
Tools & Supplies:
- Saw (any sort of saw will work for this)
- Spray on Polyurethane
Cut your spare 2x4s to the desired height. Make as many as you want at whatever height works for you. I did a 7”, 5”, and 3”.
Mark the top center of the 2x4s. Cut off the corners at a 45̊ from the center mark.
Seal the houses with spray on polyurethane.
You can paint windows on the houses if you like that look.
Or use a jigsaw to cut windows out.
Or just leave them natural.
It’s really up to you 🙂
Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
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