Mohawk DIY Projects That Need To Be Seen

December 12, 2016

Over the past several months, we have been very fortunate to work with several different bloggers and diyaficionados on helping them create, refinish, or touch up wooden furniture.  In order to make it easier to find which project helps relate to yours the most, we decided to aggregate four of our wood based projects onto one article! This includes projects by Elisha from Pneumatic Addict, Bethany from Reality Daydream, Brynne from DYI Inspired, and Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body.


Pneumatic Addict 

Blog post: How to Build an Outdoor Tiered Display Shelf

While this display shelf was created with Halloween in mind, it can be used for any occassion.  Perhaps you could place fresh, bright flowers once spring arrives, or a variety of small pine christmas trees with tree lights on them; the possiblities are endless!  Elisha takes you through not only the proper materials you will need to make this shelf, but also a dye stain that dries quickly, and also results in a full, rich color, whether you wipe or brush it on.  

Required Materials:

  • (8) 2x4x72" pressure treated boards
  • 2-1/2" deck screws
  • 2-1/2" weather resistant pocket hole screws
  • Circular saw or Miter saw
  • Power drill
  • Kreg jib
  • Speed square
  • 1/8" drill bit
  • Behlen Solar-Lux NGR Dye Stain



Reality Daydream 

Blog Post: Adult Coloring Book Inspired Stained Art

Our Ultra Mark wood touch up markers are not just for touching worn, torn, or beaten edges, they are also perfect for creating art.  Bethany from Reality Daydream is known for her wood shading techniques, so we challenged her to use our Ultra Mark wood stain pens in one of her creative fashions; and she did just that.  With an assortment of Ultra Marks in hand, Bethany got the entire family involved on this full-scale coloring book.  

Required Materials:



DIY Inspired

Blog Post: Wooden Side Table Makeover

DIY project inspiration can come from anywhere, whether it is an item you see in a consignment store, a change of style in your home, or even your friend asking for your help in transforming a wooden side table into something you can be proud of. Dinah from DIY Inspired helped her friend turn a worn side table into a table piece in here room in just 2 hours.  She used Mohawk Epoxy Putty sticks to repair the surface of the table, and simply painted the rest. 

Required Materials:

  • Sandpaper
  • Mohawk Epoxy Putty Stick
  • Fabric
  • Spray Paint
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Cutting Mat
  • Scissors
  • Spray Adhesive
  • Measuring Tape



Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body

Blog Post: Easy & Beautiful DIY Wooden Ornaments

This DIY project isn't just easy; it's chic!  Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body has posted some great DIY projects that can be done by anyone, but this one gets us in the Christmas spirit.  She takes small wood slices around 3 to 4 inches in diameter and creates ornaments with them.  Not only this, but she personalizes them with messages and designs.  

Materials Required:

  • Mohawk Ultra Mark wood stain marker
  • Small Screw eyes
  • Vinyl and cutting machine or craft stickers
  • Wood slices (3 to 4 inches diameter)



We want to thank every one for such a wonderful year full of inspiring DIY projects, revitaliizng touch ups and repairs, and guitar finishing projects.  We want to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and happy holidays, as well! 

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