This video based post is going to show you how to build your own rustic lantern hanger that you can use in your tiny house, cabin, or current home.
Derek “DEEK” Diedricksen of RelaxShacks.com is going to show how he did it for just $2.00 using recycled materials, some creativeness, and a little bit of labor.
Here’s what you’re going to need:
- Piece of wood to act as hanger
- Wood to create border
- Scrap plywood and paint
- Lantern to hang
- Hammer and nails
Pretty simple right? So let’s get started!
Play the video below and Deek will guide you on how to do it. Let me us know what you come up with afterwards in the comments or on your own blog.
Want to learn how to build your own similar rustic lantern hanger for just a few dollars and a bit of labor? Watch Deek’s video below:
Unfamiliar with Deek? Check out this video interview/tour of his backyard micro houses that SpacesTV put together.
Join Deek this November 2-4, 2012 for a hands on tiny house workshop where you get to be apart of building a micro cabin on a trailer as well as an 8x8x8 structure. Click here to learn more and sign up!
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