Pinning in Circles

On a quick trip to Lowe’s for some last-minute wood stain (coughcoughPinterestChallengecough), I also picked up a slim pine board that seemed juuuuuust the right length for sawing into thirds for another scrap wood project I’ve been meaning to try: a DIY wooden couch sleeve.

DIY wooden couch sleeve

The fact that I picked up a perfectly good board for no other purpose than this means that it’s decidedly not a scrap wood project.  But it’s still a pinspired project since I found (and pinned) the idea several months ago.  Just not technically a part of last week’s party.

DIY wooden couch sleeve

I found even more motivation to go ahead and complete this project thanks to Merrypad, who linked up her version for the Pinterest Challenge link party.  So not only was I pinning the original, I was now pinning her version which was also based on the one I first admired.

Merrypad version

DIY wooden couch sleeve

my version

And about here is where the beer kicked in and I stopped trying to make sense of whether this is a pin of a pin of a pin or ehhh …. whatever, it’s done.  Happy Monday!

DIY wooden couch sleeve


  1. Kim says

    I’m I missing your step by step guide on how you put this couch sleeve together? You are the first DIYer that I have seen build a nice professional looking version. I would love to have more details on your step-by-step! I really want to build four of these this week!


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