DIY Thrifted + Sliding Barn Door | Easy Beginner Woodworking Project!!!

Nov 11, 2020
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As we are wrapping up Holly's house, videos are getting back to more minimal and singular focused project tutorials. With so many of you new here and interested in woodworking, I figured this was the perfect first step to possible picking up a power tool. Love you guys!
Thank you @Brother Crafts USA for sponsoring this video. #BrotherCraftsUSA #BrotherCraftsUSAPartner
D E E T S
...affiliate links below...
Door is thrifted from Simi Valley Habitat for Humanity
Barn door hardware: amzn.to/2GSpyib
Door handle was an old cabinet pull and two left over RANDOM pieces I found in my workshop
Paint is a flat sheen "Ultra Pure White" by Behr - it's the gallon you can pick up from Home Depot on the aisle and not have to wait for it to be mixed.
Wood slats for design are in the "trim" section in Home Depot prepackage - not with the loose stuff! Will update when I find link.
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  • As we are coming to a close on Holly's home, videos are going back to more minimal and singular focused tutorials. I am insanely excited about my next chapter and cannot wait to share the surprise with you all! Until then ...I am hoping that some beginner woodworking projects and basic home improvement videos that ANY level DIY'er can do will be something you all are loving in the meantime until I can announce xx.

    Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
    • @Sonia R hello

      Ivan SnegireffIvan Snegireff3 months ago
    • You should make a shoe cabinet

      Alexis CrumpAlexis Crump3 months ago
    • ILY and ur room! By the way I am a small USworldsr and it will be great if you subscribed!💖😄.

      Kawaii GalleryKawaii Gallery3 months ago
    • Absolutely stunning!! My twin brother and I haven’t been in the same room for our birthday in 14 years. So my husband flew him out for a week!!! He pimped my house using your videos! He’s going to subscribe and share with all of his construction buddies 🖤🙌🏼🖤

      trick351trick3513 months ago
    • Been sealing with acrylic varnish, for years. A nice step inbetween coats of varnish is, sand using a crumpled up brown paper bag! Any dust particles raised by the varnish will be gently brushed away, with zero damage. Please, save you sanity, invest in a dermal tool & bits! You can simply drill out ANY stripped screws & millions of other small & large things with the tool. I personally use mine to do my own acrylic nails also. What? Did you expect anything less from a Canadian woman? 🤗🇨🇦

      DigitalhunnyDigitalhunny3 months ago
  • Hello I’m wondering if the door seals shut for privacy and how. Love your content..Thank you

    HarveysHarveysMonth ago
    • there is a track run that comes with the kit for install!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz29 days ago
  • Always need a second hand!

    pam tiggelaarpam tiggelaar2 months ago
    • Always!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz2 months ago
  • I love how you guys work togethwr to fux disaster abd save materials ...and make from it fun time.....this is a gem to have friends who lift you up no matter what and stay collected and helpfull in stressfull times.....if you get tired easily on minor tasksmake every 40 - 45 min small breack for drink and rest and look for green spaces instead of walls and dust ..it will reset your brain . If you want remeber about something in particular part of project write this on red stickers with black pen and stick on wall or doors and make picture on your phone stickers ...that what ido when i need go to diy store ..i do not know all english names for tools so i google it before go there and make pictures so i have exactly what i want not a vertion of what i need ... Its so much easier if you have friends help who know what they doing and saving you time not just hung around and leaving fingerprint all over place hahaha.

    Engie NEngie N3 months ago
  • Omg I tried to tackle a barn door, but mine was soooooo much easier! You are a real. Perfectionist. Sara Nena DIY

    Sara NenaSara Nena3 months ago
  • What a mess!!!

    miguel torresmiguel torres3 months ago
  • Can we get a DIY on those nails?!

    Nadia NikrooNadia Nikroo3 months ago
  • The door looks great, except, were you planning to paint it? I'm not sure that's an easy beginner project either! As others have said I'm grateful you keep your mistakes in the video, because it makes me feel better about myself and my mistakes.

    kcandedkcanded3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz Gotcha. Missed that. Thanks.

      kcandedkcanded3 months ago
    • I mention in the video that I am leaving it natural.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • What a good friend

    Random ShhRandom Shh3 months ago
  • In norway, we only nail the lip of the shiplap...

    Martha HestnæsMartha Hestnæs3 months ago
  • Everyone needs a friend like Lindsay!!!

    Carrie JohnsonCarrie Johnson3 months ago
    • 💯

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Hi How can i book an appointment with you ?🤷‍♀️🙋‍♀️

    niloofar haqyarniloofar haqyar3 months ago
  • Forward thinking dude

    Eileen *Eileen *3 months ago
  • Outlining the quote was what made it funky

    RJ KCRJ KC3 months ago
  • Its really beautiful Rachel, awesome job! I love the cork board on the inside and would love to see how you improve the letters, your ideas sounded really cool!

    Rachel ReeseRachel Reese3 months ago
  • Good catch I would have totally wet myself cry-laughing at that point 😂😂

    Lilian CollinsLilian Collins3 months ago
  • Can you make a pivot door, it would be cool!!

    Anthony AvilaAnthony Avila3 months ago
  • As always u re the best Rachel. So inspiring. hope someday my new YT channel will grow bigger like yours. Tq for wht u did. Wish u healthy n happy always 😘

    Life by RachelLife by Rachel3 months ago
  • i love how honest you are about the process, it makes me feel better about all the times I mess up. I have a tendency to blow up and get super frustrated with myself but I'm working on that and you have been helping me a lot!!!

    keighleykeighley3 months ago
  • Hi! Which one is the poly finish that you use? Could you upload a link, please?

    Marina BarretoMarina Barreto3 months ago
  • I can barely hang a picture with it being level why am I watching this 😭😂

    Samantha GouldSamantha Gould3 months ago
  • I took my barn door from my old place and put it into my new place. I did a video of it the first time I attempted to hang it by myself of course I had to have help to lift it onto the track but I put more holes in my wall. This time I added the mounting board to the studs, it was a nightmare but we finally got it done had to take it down a couple of times for height adjustment because I think I know everything even though my husband tried to tell me. The final door is on my pdubstuff channel. I also purchased the door from the habitat restore in Torrance California for $35 it was a heavy door.

    pdubstuffpdubstuff3 months ago
  • What is the putty? I don't see a link

    aevan8toraevan8tor3 months ago
  • The door was the perfect addition to the closet. Looks great.

    MsSassyMTMsSassyMT3 months ago
  • Hi, I love your work. I need your help! My bedroom is a total challenge due to a door that I so much want to hide but I can't seem to find the best way to hide the door that is currently taking away from making my room look chick and dreamy. Hope I can have you join me in designing my bedroom. Sara

    Sara RadaSara Rada3 months ago
  • Does anyone know what the in ear buds are called that Rachel uses? I’ve searching and can’t find where she talks about them😭😭

    Victoria CrispVictoria Crisp3 months ago
  • Awesome job!!

    DiahannDiahann3 months ago
  • Rachel, I’m 60 now and I can tell you my entire life has been nothing but learning from my mistakes. You have awesome ideas, and everything you do I’ve found beautiful. We all live and learn, but I appreciate you showing your mistakes. We learn from them too! Hv a great weekend! This door is awesome, too

    Joan SnowJoan Snow3 months ago
  • Yasss I'm eyeing to do this the whole month them suddenly you posted this geez thanks alot a fam from the Philippines

    janely pardojanely pardo3 months ago
  • I planned to finally hang my sliding barn door hardware (that I bought almost 2 years ago) today so this video was timed perfectly to help motivate me. I really appreciate that you include your mistakes in the finished video. It's one of the reasons that I've been watching your channel for so long. It makes me feel better when I don't do things perfectly.

    Leslie SLeslie S3 months ago
  • ‘Copy and pasted in real life’ I love you!

    Rukmani Sindhu ThangamRukmani Sindhu Thangam3 months ago
  • God Bless

    Alicia HAlicia H3 months ago
  • I’m not sure if it’s just me but for some reason when you do the voice overs the sound comes out very low and I have to blast my phone or tv to hear you properly, maybe it’s me? Idk lol but I’m loving the videos so much! You’re inspiring me to redo my whole bedroom 💞💞

    ZaraÿZaraÿ3 months ago
  • I love that you share your thinking process and your fails and fixes :) I am constantly fixing my fails and they turn out A Ok in the end :)

    Robin DeStasioRobin DeStasio3 months ago
  • Hi Rach really love the door but just wondering would it b wonky at the base or does it feel like u have to open and shut it carefully? Should there be like a support at the bottom; just curious don't know much about sliding doors.

    KaliKalzKaliKalz3 months ago
  • The door looks great… I love how you show your mistakes because nobody's perfect and everyone makes mistakes. I do not like that stencil or the corkboard on it though

    sherlinn11sherlinn113 months ago
  • I needed this earlier in the year because I did a barn door but it turned out good oh you kind of did what we did we found a door that was bigger than my doorway by like 3 in and taller from habitat for humanity we went with a window so we just bought the Barn door hardware kit from home Depot we got the black one we also bought stain because we didn't have any so I'm the first day we started working on this door we sanded it down so we got the finish that they put on it off and then we did order stuff off of Amazon for it we ordered a little like metal disc that is black and that we put over the whole where the door knob was and then we did buy a handle off of Amazon we did buy a lock but it didn't end up working so we need to find a lock still we stained like a medium Gray and then we also put a header above the door so that it was more sturdy than this being on drywall and studs we did stain the header the same color of the door we are still looking for another handle a lock and some window film we did buy window film off of Amazon for it but it's for like more natural light

    Hachmann Family EmailHachmann Family Email3 months ago
  • Would love a series where we can send you video of a space, get feedback and plan to DIY it ourselves, and then after video! I need some serious help

    Jordan FedorchakJordan Fedorchak3 months ago
  • OMG, I used to live in TO and that Simi Habitat was my favorite place to start any project. So cool to see it again.

    Sandra KicklighterSandra Kicklighter3 months ago
  • “The whole theme of 2020” mood bro istg this year is something else

    Sherlin Nunez SimeSherlin Nunez Sime3 months ago
  • ok this barn door is so cute

    Elizabeth RiveraElizabeth Rivera3 months ago
  • That was tough but you did a good job love your videos

    angela ortizangela ortiz3 months ago
  • I had the exact same problem when I put up my sliding door! I’m glad you guys had fun while you fixed it! ( me not so much)

    Nancy LongNancy Long3 months ago
  • Would love to see a consolidated video of Holly's home and see everything you've done in one video when it's all done.

    Melissa CramerMelissa Cramer3 months ago
  • Say to ur mom I love her 😘👏🏻

    JaneesvlogJaneesvlog3 months ago
  • Lazy me thinking, can resin cover the door handle area? 😅

    Anne OpAnne Op3 months ago
    • Not without it being noticeable.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Omg the snap got me 😂

    VARAVARA3 months ago
    • Haha

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • ❤❤❤

    Chesca AlstonChesca Alston3 months ago
  • I like how you show the frustrating moments. I realize it’s okay to make mistakes and correct. As much as I know DIY is a ‘learn on the job’ kind of process, it can get SOOOO FRUSTRATING!! I also leave projects until I’m in a different state of mind or have help. Always enjoyable watching you!!

    Gertrude JenniferGertrude Jennifer3 months ago
    • It is so frustrating at times but practice makes progress!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Ummm......I think Schmood Brain......not woood brain!! C'mon sister.....Lol!! GReat result as ush - thanks for sharing!!

    jackandlilljackandlill3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love love the door..... hahahah and when it almost when flying... 100% I have done that forgetting the stopper! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Heather Marryann DIYHeather Marryann DIY3 months ago
    • So funny.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • ~The hustle is REAL in this one! and... OMG ~your partner-in-crime is so cute, with her uplifting + happy vibes! Gotta say you're one of the first DIY-USworldsrs I started watching way back, but find myself coming back to your videos again-and-again, because... there's just something awfully grown-up about your unique aesthetic, also... LOVE that you're soooo talented, but so incredibly down to earth! You have an internal strength and stoicism; I think that we can all relate to in everyday struggles, especially like leaving-in all the mistakes you encounter, so we can all learn from them = #Selfless #GirlBoss #Queen

    Jamaal OsmaniJamaal Osmani3 months ago
    • Wow thank you! 😩

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I think that watching you make these mistakes is the key to learning especially for newbies like myself I learn more from my mistakes than I do from anything else so thank you for being so authentic and your door turned out absolutely beautiful

    Heather Marryann DIYHeather Marryann DIY3 months ago
    • That's why I love showing them.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • i really do like the quote on the cork board, and i think it looked better before the black outline. i was also hoping that you would fill the gap in the letter y and the space between the two t's with the cut out sticker. regardless - it still looks super cool

    ElevenEleven3 months ago
    • I agree!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • hahahahaha!! let it fly!! 😆 you guys crack me up. i absolutely live for your videos Rach - you are so real.

    ElevenEleven3 months ago
    • You're the sweetest.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Hhahaha...I like how you titled the video: "Easy beginner woodwork".I did not anticipate those problems.Nonetheless I am going to try this.

    Lebogang TonyaneLebogang Tonyane3 months ago
    • It is easy if you avoid the mistakes I made haha.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Lindsay to the rescue 🤣

    Lola IncarnateLola Incarnate3 months ago
    • Always.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I love this!!! You are so resilient. I’ve been trying to be better at asking for help. Thank you for showing us that asking for help is okay! You inspire me- On my way to conquer a DIY project!!

    two degrees, no jobtwo degrees, no job3 months ago
    • Thanks for the love!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • 6:41 when Rachel said "smOoooOhh", I felt that.

    char freechar free3 months ago
    • Hahaha

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Rachel you are so hard on yourself, making mistakes is how we learn :) You do amazing work!

    Carmel rainbowCarmel rainbow3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • "The whole thing went 2020" It's kind of sad, thinking about it

    giulia antonelligiulia antonelli3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz I'm afraid it's our last resort, haha. 2020 is not finished yet, but that's already a thing people say, it kind of piles up to the sadness this year already brought on its own

      giulia antonelligiulia antonelli3 months ago
    • 🙃 gotta laugh.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Thank You for always showing that “it” can be done... and we baib’s are the ones to do it!!... learning from and loving channel 🌟

    Sarah BelmonteSarah Belmonte3 months ago
    • You guys really are!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Oh P.S. I love how strong you are to be able to say your ex’s name! Myself and my entire family just calls my ex either “ole boy” or “that bastard” on a nice day. 🤷‍♂️😅

    Mosaic LyfeMosaic Lyfe3 months ago
    • That bastard is perfect! 😂

      Your Access To The Red Carpet!Your Access To The Red Carpet!3 months ago
    • Hahaha

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Ohhhh IF HOLLY allows it.....Please do a full home tour when it’s all done including the outside spaces!

    Mosaic LyfeMosaic Lyfe3 months ago
    • Would love that n

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • It’s so funny that I sit here and watch every minute of your video listening to your explanation, because I have no idea what you are talking about when it comes to wood putty, compound fillers, and all the things you use. However I listen closely and go back if I missed something. 🤷‍♂️ I just like watching you work but I swear you might as well be speaking another language 😂😂

    Mosaic LyfeMosaic Lyfe3 months ago
    • Hahahahah it makes sense in my brain! You'll pick up the verbiage - it's carpenter talk.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • “You are what you attract” well, my life is full of unease thingy and leads to chaos, so yea I guess im the problem🤷🏻‍♀️😅

    Caren R SabatinaCaren R Sabatina3 months ago
  • I think we all appreciate your videos because you are always real with your process, you don’t edit out the mistakes. Anywho, great DIY, as always!

    inroom108inroom1083 months ago
    • Thank you! That's my main goal.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love it that’s such more cost efficient way to do the barn door!

    cecily thompsoncecily thompson3 months ago
    • Right!? Stoked on it.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Very clever, nice one.

    itslinslifeitslinslife3 months ago
  • Lindsay to the rescue! Lol

    Kristin NicoleKristin Nicole3 months ago
    • always.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • It is actually the other way around - what you attract reflects what and how you are, so the quote got it totally wrong :) but the door is simply gorgeous! ♥ I love how that project turned out! ♥ You are a great DIYer!

    Anna GrayAnna Gray3 months ago
  • Ha! Lindsay should be in more videos lol. Her almost pushing the door off the track was an "oh no! Rachel get it!" moment. HA!

    Move Happy With MeMove Happy With Me3 months ago
    • Hahahaha she'll be around all the time come 2021

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • My brain shut down from point 1.Not good at all girl, this is a first for me, usually I can follow you but not this time....BHALLLLL.

    MsHunneMsHunne3 months ago
    • Awe sorry! You can't win them all xx. Ton of other tutorials!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • @rachelmetz you are awesome! Could you possibly do a video on how to determine angles? I'm making x braces for a coffee table build and they are sharper then 45 degrees and I ha e gone through so much of my scrap trying to match the angle on my miter and just can't... please help🥺😫

    Hailee SmithHailee Smith3 months ago
  • I'm hoping to add a barn style door here at home but need the version that hangs from the ceiling, but you still gave me great ideas to move forward with it all. And thank you again for being you and being so real. Because things like this do happen to professionals, they just don't show us that part. So when WE do it and "f" it up, we feel EVEN more like beginners. At least with you, we're all on the same journey learning from one another, like buds. So thanks!

    GG3 months ago
    • That's my main goal!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love this! Can’t wait for the full tour! Do you think Holly and you will be installing that full house hard wood flooring still?

    Julia Beth LarsonJulia Beth Larson3 months ago
    • Not sure. Depends her budget or if I get a sponsor since I wouldn't invest that into a property unless it was my own.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • !! omg! I am helping my mom design her downstairs and she loves barn house style so we have been looking at this exact style door non stop. There is the perfect doorway next to a blank wall in our house to place it, this is too perfect! I watch and enjoy your videos with no intention of doing any of the projects, haha! but this one is already bookmarked and sent to ma ! Exciting

    skylar berryskylar berry3 months ago
    • Yay!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • That you are what you attract looked better just white or just black. Just friendly thoughts a good friend let's you know girl. Looks ace come do me one pahaha..😂🙏🏼👌🏼🥰

    sammy knowssammy knows3 months ago
    • Oh trust me. I know.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Your door turned out really pretty and I appreciate that you show the ups and downs. We've all been there! Just a note- when transferring vinyl, you want to use transfer tape or contact paper so it holds everything and the insides of letters. Then you can stick your vinyl down and remove the transfer tape to then use your stencil. I enjoy your builds.

    Elizabeth ChaneyElizabeth Chaney3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • It really makes my day when your upload 😩💛

    Kristia SelgaKristia Selga3 months ago
    • It makes my day when you comment!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I LOVE sliding doors. The barn aesthetic speaks to me....but I do wonder, does having so many different types of doors in one hallway throw off the balance? I know on one of the other rooms, the door has been removed and replaced with wood slats and another is black. Is there a way to maintain consistency and cohesion when each entry is different? Just curious

    Vicky MVicky M3 months ago
    • I think it's up to the person's discretion who owns the home. As longs as they are happy.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • looove

    doodlesimsdoodlesims3 months ago
  • 💖💖💖💖💖 LOVE Barn Door ! 👍🏻👍🏻

    Rinny DaleRinny Dale3 months ago
  • Girl your energy is everything I love your videos they are my fav! Haha I’m sorry but when you messed up the sliding hardware I was dying 😂😂 So something I would do

    Emily LarsonEmily Larson3 months ago
    • Haha it was so annoying.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • "The whole thing went 2020" haha

    Nicole QuielNicole Quiel3 months ago
  • Love it! You did a fabulous job and I loved the things you tried and your process of figuring it out. Hahaha! Keep it up!

    ToolBox DivasToolBox Divas3 months ago
    • Love you girl!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I don’t mean to sound like a cornball, but I have so much respect and admiration for you and what you accomplish! The way you set goals and achieve them is inspiring. And the fact that you share all the work you do - fails, accidents, boo boos and all - is so awesome. Thank you 🔧

    Brooklyn GiraffeBrooklyn Giraffe3 months ago
    • Wow thank you.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • After a long day of work it’s so nice to watch your videos. You always inspire energy in me to do a creative DIY for my home that is so fulfilling. Sometimes it’s too easy too easy to let the exhaustion from the day take over. ❤️❤️

    Ashley CarpenterAshley Carpenter3 months ago
    • Thanks for the love xx.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Ooooh... methinks you might be buying a house. Just a little vibe I get ;) Regardless if you are or aren't yet, we're here for you! Thanks for always sharing your mistakes with your wins

    colby jacksoncolby jackson3 months ago
    • Mmmmmm hopefully!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • 💓 What I love more than seeing a new video of yours pop up, is you stopping my husband in his tracks until the end, as he walks from one room to the next! XO

    RelaxedRelaxed3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz 💕💕

      RelaxedRelaxed3 months ago
    • Awe xx.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Okay wood brain is my girl too now! she almost pushed the whole door off the track 😂😂

    Elene FarmerElene Farmer3 months ago
    • She's the best human in all the land.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • OMG, no lie, but I was just googling "best die cut machine" yesterday, and I think I was leaning towards the Brother Scan n Cut before you published this video! 🤔 Time to go re-watch your Brother videos playlist. 😁

    Jen HasslerJen Hassler3 months ago
    • Ah!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Your door turned out amazingly, try and not be to hard on yourself, we all learn something new every day and I bet you will never make that mistake ever again. Send you so much love and believe in you, have more faith in yourself.🤩🤩🤩😍😃

    Shirley CarterShirley Carter3 months ago
    • Thanks for the love Shirley!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I had forgotten the texture on the hall ceiling. Gorg.

    Holly HamiltonHolly Hamilton3 months ago
    • 🖤

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Great job! And once again, you are encouraging us by showing us your missteps. Feels so good not to be alone in the struggle

    Marianne RadyMarianne Rady3 months ago
    • Trying to inspire through my fails as well. Practice makes progress!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I do projects the same way, I so relate. I get too excited want to finish and bam it’s all screwed up. Good to know someone else does the same thing. This is where I get my reciprocating saw and cut that stinking screw lol.

    lechatbottelechatbotte3 months ago
  • Love the video, Rach! Did you end up putting a stopper on the track of the door to prevent the heavy hands swinging it off its track? 😂

    Bethany BrazierBethany Brazier3 months ago
    • Yes! Haha

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • New videoooo time yaaaaa. Also - try using a rubber band next time with screws or stripped screws, works like a charm👌🏼

    Nikki TippettNikki Tippett3 months ago
    • It never works for me!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I think a darker stain on the wood would have made it more sleek and modern. but I love it otherwise 🔥🔥🔥

    Haifa AbdullahHaifa Abdullah3 months ago
    • Holly wanted it natural! But love that feedback.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • You are such a badass!! This came out amazing. P.S. I had no idea wood was so temperamental with moisture! Watching your old fireplace makeover and now this was so informative.

    Happy Home MamaHappy Home Mama3 months ago
    • Yeah there was WAY too much moisture in the air.

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