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He’s only 9 but Daniel might be the biggest fan the Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott have ever had! He’s about to get the surprise of a lifetime as we introduce him to the HGTV stars, and invite him to participate in a segment with them! Read on to see Jonathan, Drew and Daniel show you how to do fun DIY projects around your home!
Project 1: Decorative Plate Wall Hanging
The Property Brothers show Daniel how to spray paint decorative plates and hang them on the wall to create a fun and funky wall hanging.
Project 2: Use Pipe Materials to Create DIY Shelves
The Property Brothers show you how to make use of blank space over your toilet by creating simple shelving using pipe materials and wood.
Project 3: How to Create Distressed Wood
If you want to “age” your wood, Jonathan and Drew show you how to use household tools to make your wood look distressed.
Which of these projects would you like to try first? Share below!