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DIY Blanket Ladder stained gray

DIY Blanket Ladder stained gray

DIY Blanket Ladder stained gray

I love this and the fact that it was only $10 to make is awesome! I wish I could enter your contest, but sadly, I don’t own power tools. Maybe next time!

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Love how the ladder is so easy, yet looks fabulous! Great tutorial, pinned to share.

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I’ll definitely have to add this DIY to my list. Thanks for sharing! Stopping by from Inspiration Monday.

I love your blanket ladder! Thanks for sharing it at Motivation Monday on Mom Home Guide! (By the way, it looks like you have the same sofa and area rug that I have in my family room!)

It turned out great and I think that stain is my favorite! I like the wide rungs and how they make the piece look more designer.

This looks great in your room and it’s nice to have a place to keep your blankets. We keep ours in a big basket and I’d like a ladder like yours to free up some floor space. Now that I’ve seen how you built yours, I think that I’ll make one.

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Super easy tutorial on how to make a fabulous blanket ladder. The color is perfect and it looks so pretty holding the throws.



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This is so awesome, I love everything about your room, beautiful!

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I’ve always wanted one of these! Thanks for your excellent tutorial, maybe I’ll finally get one and for a cost of $5, there is no excuse . Love the stain color too!

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Love it! This is going to get a lot of use in the coming months I’m sure. I’ve been meaning to make one of these blanket ladders, too – thanks for inspiring me. Pinning!

What a great project! I love the color…and that it cost less than $5!! Awesome! Pinned!

This looks fabulous, especially against your gallery wall and wainscoting! Love a good $5 project and yours is super! Pinned

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This month’s Power Tool Challenge is a fun one! We were challenged to create something for under $10…. so I made a DIY Blanket Ladder for under $10! I’ve been wanting to make a blanket ladder for ages… so I’m thrilled I finally got a chance. Oh and we have a contest this month. I’ll share more in a minute…

DIY Blanket Ladder stained gray

DIY Blanket Ladder

This ladder actually cost less than $5 for the lumber!!! Yep… crazy cheap!

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I wanted my ladder about 5 feet tall, but you could adjust the height and width of your ladder easily. Here’s the cuts I had:

two 65\u2033 (the sides of ladder)

four 17.75\u2033 (the ladder rungs)

Less than 5 dollars of lumber to make this DIY Blanket Ladder

The bottom on the ladder sides I cut a slight angle so it would easily lean against the wall. (How big your angle will determine the distance from the wall)

Putting together a Blanket Ladder than cost less than five dollars in lumber

On the outside of the board I drew a line in the center from top to the bottom so I knew where to put in the nails. I started the first rung 3\u2033 from the top and then each rung was 16\u2033 down from the one above. I put 2 nails in on each board on each side.

Staining a DIY Blanket Ladder with Weathered Gray stain

Then I stained it with a gorgeous weathered gray… I love this stain and color. It’s gorgeous and it dries in an hour!

DIY Blanket Ladder for the family room

I’m loving it in our family room!! Such an easy project and for less than $5 it’s a bargain of a DIY! If you don’t have a nailer you could easily use wood screws too.

Now check out these other amazing projects for less than $10 and scroll down for an awesome giveaway!

Power Tool Challenge Team's $10 and Under Projects

Double Pedestal Scrap Wood Table by My Repurposed Life

Hexagon and Triangle Shelves by My Love 2 Create

Window Box by Dogs Don’t Eat Pizza

Blanket Ladder by Domestically Speaking

DIY Wood Centerpiece Box by Virginia Sweet Pea

Easy DIY Shelves by Create and Babble

Vintage Peg Blanket Ladder by H2OBungalow

Computer Monitor Stand by Interior Frugalista

Wood Slice Plant Stand by Designed Decor

DIY Video Game Organization Station Holder by Kim Six Fix

NOW… we’ve got some fun for you this month! We’ve got an awesome giveaway you can enter… check out that prize package!!!!

Ryobi Cordless Combo Kit Giveaway

Here’s the rules:

1. The project can be made from a free item, reclaimed wood, anything as long as less than $10 was spent on it including hardware.

2. At least 1 power tool has to be used to build it.

3. The $10 Power Tool Project Challenge is open for entries from 10/27 through 11/10 with a linky. Upload a picture of your project.

4. If you need help uploading your project photo, send me an email at (maryann@domestically-speaking.com) and I will upload it for you

5. Submit an old or new project as long as it was under $10 to build.

6. Anyone can enter, the more the merrier

7. Each participant can enter up to 3 projects.

8. Winners must be 18 or older and live in the US.

9. The Power Tool Challenge Team will vote on the best project and one winner will be selected. The winner will receive the Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit with Miter Saw 6 tool package shown above.

10. Void where prohibited.

Good Luck Friends!!!

DIY Blanket Ladder for less than $5 in lumber!!!! Great step by step tutorial so you can make your own!

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