14 DIY Yardstick Upcycling Projects That Rule ...


DIY Yardstick Upcycling Projects are fun to do. Because not only will you be using a material that already has its own interesting details, you will also be making things that are beautifully unique. The DIY yardstick projects we have here are perfect for home decor and better organization. Can't wait to show you!

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Buffet Isn't this awesome? If you have time and a good amount of yardsticks, this is a great DIY project to consider. I like the look of the dark blue paint against the natural wooden finish of the rulers. Check out the link to see how Laura created this lovely buffet.



Coat Rack

Coat Rack This is one of the DIY yardstick upcycle ideas here that I cannot wait to do. I think I will try this method to replace the old hooks in our bedroom.



This DIY project is a great way to upcycle an old yardstick into a coat rack. All you need is an old yardstick, some hooks, and a few screws. It's a great way to add a personal touch to your bedroom and organize your coats and jackets. The tutorial is easy to follow and takes minimal time and effort. It can be a great weekend project for anyone looking for a quick and easy way to spruce up their home. With the right materials, this project can be completed in an hour or two. It's a great way to add a unique touch to your home without spending a lot of money.


Art Rail

Art Rail If you're looking for a unique way to display your kids' art or family photos, you can give this** yardstick upcycling DIY** a go. Don't the colorful clips look lovely?



Sunburst Mirror

Sunburst Mirror Here is another craft project to add to the old sunburst projects we've posted here. For this particular sunburst, you can go large or somewhat small. You can also decide to paint the yardsticks. I think the natural look is great, though.



Drawer Organizer

Drawer Organizer Got drawers that could use dividers? You can buy plastic dividers, sure, but why do that when you can make your own? Check out how Gina constructed a nifty drawer organizer using yardsticks.




Crate Lovely, right? I like this DIY yardstick project because it will help you create smaller versions of those genuine apple crates. These ruler crates will be great for organizing your craft room or your kids' play areas.




Star Here is a fun yardstick craft project that you can do come Christmas. Or today if you feel like having a house peppered with stars here and there.



Table Top

Table Top Take an old wooden side table, nail yardsticks (different colors will be nice), apply a layer or two of shellac, and you're done. Easy and fun.



This DIY project is great for upcycling an old wooden side table. All you need is some yardsticks, which can be found at any hardware store, and a few layers of shellac. You can customize the look of your table by using different colors of yardsticks. The end result is a stylish and unique table top that is sure to make a statement in any room. It's easy to do and can be completed in just a few hours. If you're looking for a fun and creative way to spruce up your home, this DIY project is the perfect choice. Plus, the tutorial provided makes it easier than ever to get started.



Backsplash Now this is neat! I like that the backsplash matches the counter top beautifully. If you want to make something similar, head on out to Under the Sycamore to check out photos of the process.




Box This is a nifty catch-all that you can make for your entry way. I will give this tutorial a go and make several yardstick boxes for my craft room. I bet these will help me organize my sewing notions better.



The box mentioned in the paragraph is just one of the many creative and useful DIY projects that can be made with yardsticks. These long, slender wooden rulers are often seen as outdated and obsolete, but with a little bit of creativity and some basic crafting skills, they can be transformed into functional and stylish pieces for your home. In addition to boxes, yardsticks can also be used to make picture frames, shelves, coasters, and even furniture. Not only are these projects a great way to repurpose old yardsticks, but they also add a unique and personal touch to your home decor. So next time you come across some old yardsticks, don't throw them away - get creative and make something new!


Fairy House

Fairy House This is all sorts of adorable. Did I tell you that I am obsessed with miniatures at the moment? Well, just imagine how excited I was to see this yardstick DIY idea. I already made a yardstick miniature shelf for one of my dollhouses but I think an entire dollhouse made of yardsticks will be awesome.



Ruler Frame

Ruler Frame This is a great yardstick upcycling DIY idea to consider if you find yourself with leftover ruler parts after you tackled one of the projects above.



Drawer Knob

Drawer Knob So you bought drawers for your craft room. You got it at a thrift store and it has missing pulls. Don't go the standard route by installing your average pulls. Why don't you try this easy yardstick idea?



Lamp Shade

Lamp Shade There are yardstick lamps sold in stores. They are crazy expensive. Save your money and DIY your very own shade instead. Check out how Blair made hers.


Hope you find inspiration for future craft projects from these** DIY yardstick upcycling ideas**! I will be trying three of these** yardstick craft projects**. How about you?

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