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RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Queen Headboard – Part III

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Now that the main section of our headboard using RevolutionPly® and RevBead® is complete, the next step is to cut the trim pieces to both frame the headboard and provide footing to enable it to stand.  We again used RevolutionPly® plywood for the trim pieces to complete the design of the headboard.  Using both wood […]

RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Queen Headboard – Part II

Friday, May 4th, 2018

The next step in constructing the headboard using RevolutionPly® plywood and RevBead® Reversible Beadboard is to cut out the spaces in the headboard to insert the RevBead® pieces. The RevBead® is then measured and cut to the size of the openings in the headboard.  A router is used to outline the openings to provide a […]

RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Queen Headboard – Part I

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Building your own furniture can be easier than you think, and it’s very rewarding having constructed something with your own hands and creativity.  Over the next few segments, we will show you how easy it is to construct a headboard using RevolutionPly® plywood and RevBead® Reversible Beadboard.  The headboard we are constructing is for a […]

RevolutionPly® Decorative Birdhouses – Part VI

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

The third in the series of four RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard decorative birdhouses is being decorated in a summer theme.  Thin strips of wood were added horizontally as shiplap siding to give the birdhouse a beach cottage look.  We then painted it a light blue and added a tin roof and antique decorative […]

RevolutionPly® Decorative Birdhouses – Part V

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

The second in the series of four RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Reversible Beadboard Plywood decorative birdhouses is being decorated in a winter theme.  We painted this birdhouse a deep red and covered the roof and ground with craft snow to create a wintry snow covered barn.  Other embellishments that were hot glued in place include a […]

RevolutionPly® Decorative Birdhouses – Part IV

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

In decorating our first RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard birdhouse, we painted the birdhouse a dark green and the base and roof brown.  Sticks were cut and glued to the roof to give it an appearance of a thatch roof.  Then beautiful colors of fall were added with orange and red leaves, and pumpkins.  […]

RevolutionPly® Decorative Birdhouses – Part III

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

In continuation of our RevolutionPly® and RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard birdhouse project, we now have our cut pieces ready for assembly.  Wood glue is applied to the edges of each piece before being nailed together to achieve a more solid construction.  Wood filler is used over the nail holes.  Once the filler has dried, it […]

RevolutionPly® Decorative Birdhouses – Part II

Thursday, August 17th, 2017

To begin construction of the RevolutionPly® decorative birdhouse project, we are using both 1/4″ and 1/2″ RevolutionPly® panels.  The 1/2″ RevolutionPly® is better for use in framing the birdhouses to add greater stability, while the 1/4″ RevolutionPly® is best for the roof and trim pieces.  We decided to also incorporate our RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard […]

Celebrate Spring Sign – Part III

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

To complete our spring sign project, we attached the wooden flags using craft glue and then painted the letters of spring on each flag.  Since the flags are all different pastel colors, we used white paint for the letters.  You could certainly purchase peel and stick letters to apply to the flags instead of painting […]

Celebrate Spring Sign – Part II

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

In continuation of our spring sign project, it is time to start decorating.  Using white craft paint, welcome was painted across the top of the light gray RevBead® sign.  Each letter in spring is being painted a different color to represent the beautiful colors of the season.  For our sign, we are giving it the […]

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