Tag: Ana White

Gearing-up for Haven 2015

haven-button-250We’ve all been quite busy here this week at PureBond headquarters, packing away all the swag, like some totally cool, quilted, silver, bags that are to die for, that we’re taking to Haven again this year, not to mention other bits and pieces of swag, a $200 Visa Gift Card give-a-way, product information and much more, that we have to give away to those that stop by to say “Hi” at our booth! However, new for us this year will be a breakfast sponsorship we are doing with Home Depot (they sell PureBond hardwood ya know) where they are planning on having an interactive, take-away, something (we don’t know what yet) made from PureBond hardwood plywood at the breakfast, so keep an eye out for that as well! In addition, as a Haven first, PureBond will be supplying wood panels to Kreg Tools, so stop by their booth and check that out as well!

And for those you who are now totally confused about “What Haven is?”, here is the scoop…Haven is a DIY/decorating professional blogging conference which takes place July 16-18, 2015 in Atlanta, GA. The conference brings 400 pro-bloggers together with over 100 sponsor representatives for a 3 day event. Sessions focus on improving skills in blogging, decorating, home improvement, photography, writing, social media, brand relationships, book writing, and more! Our conference began in 2012 and each year attracts the most notable DIY/Home bloggers in the blogosphere. How cool is all that? We can’t wait to see everyone in a couple of weeks!

PureBond Birch nightstands by Jen Woodhouse!

emily-nightstand05We love Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood blog and we really LOVE these nightstands that she just crafted for her friend Emily….I think we all wish we had Jen for a friend after seeing these fabulous creations! Jen made the nightstands based on a plan from Ana emily-nightstand-061White utilizing our Birch formaldehyde-free PureBond hardwood plywood that she purchased at her local Home Depot store (you can purchase cut size panels online as well)! Check out the project in detail at Jen’s blog by clicking here and for How-to plans from Ana, click here!

DIY Dresser by Lady Goats

PureBond,, hardwood plywoodLady Goats (Gina) claims that this has been the longest project she has worked on, however, regardless of how long it as taken Gina, we think the resulting outcome is a fabulous dresser that she based on Ana White’s Fillman Dresser plans. The dresser is a creation that utilized remnants of an old dresser combined with some of our PureBond hardwood plywood, which yielded a finished piece of furniture that is better suited to her family’s current needs! For more complete project details please visit Gin’s blog by clicking here!

X Base End Table Crafted From PureBond Hardwood Plywood

PureBond, hardwood plywoodThis pristine X Base End Table project was created by Simply Lovely Lumber utilizing our North American-made, Maple PureBond hardwood plywood in the construction that was purchased locally at The Home Depot. Stephanie, the creative mind behind PureBond, hardwood plywoodSimple Lovely Lumber got a project assist by way of Ana White for consultation and plans and as you can see the result was fabulous and done a low-cost to boot! For project details, plans and more detailed how-to, click here!

PureBond Kid’s Dresser by SewWoodsy!

PureBond, hardwood plywood, columbia forest productsPureBond, hardwood plywood, columbia forest productsIt took us a while to pass on this project but we are so glad we are finally able to post about this fabulous DIY PureBond dresser for a nursery by dynamic husband and wife DIYers and bloggers, Katie and Jon of SewWoodsy! The plans for this dresser which is meant for Baby SewWoodsy’s (who has now arrived by the ways) nursery are from plans by Ana White as a knock-off of a Pottery Barn Kid’s Kendall dresser, at a much, much lower cost of course :) We are so glad that Katie and Jon chose to use our formaldehyde-free PureBond hardwood plywood in their babies nursery as a healthy choice!

For more information and project how-to on this project, click here! And for purchasing information you can go directly to your local Home Depot or click here to purchase our project panels online!

 

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