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DIY: Wood pallet Christmas trees

It's easy to create these awesome colorful DIY Christmas trees using a standard wood pallet. It doesn't take long at all. Our own Scott Pitts cut this one out in a matter of minutes. In one version Scott took the  scrap wood to build the stand for the tree; in another he made stakes for inserting in the ground. To finish them off we reached for the chalk paint again (no fumes, great...

DIY: Twinkly holiday lantern

The ReStore always has a wide assortment of new and used light fixtures. When we found this lantern idea on Pinterest, we thought it would be fun to try it ourselves using a donated exterior wall sconce priced at under $12 at one of our stores . It was so much fun to do, we wanted to share! Try it out. 1. Select a lantern or other style light fixture. 2. Remove wiring  3. Reconfigure...

'Swoon-worthy' ReStore find in The Oregonian write-up

Here's a tale that needs repeating. Marcia Westcott Peck and Dennis Peck, The Oregonian/OregonLive Home & Garden writers, shared their adventure of discovery and DIY rehabbing of a 'swoon-worthy' maple dining room table found at The ReStore.  This is a love story as old as time itself. You know: Boy meets girl. Boy falls madly in love with girl. Girl falls madly in...

DIY: Cool-cat catio for under $50

We're on a mission to show DIYers how you can build it for less using materials from Habitat ReStore. Take this cool-cat catio, built by Business Relations Director Mark Haley.  MATERIALS: 1 salvaged wood window 3/4" plywood 4x4 runners Paint Wire screen 2  hinges (for window) gate hardware Salvaged plywood pieces for "landings" Natural birch tree branches Screws Mark'...

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LOVE what you're doing every day! Join the Habitat ReStore team working to support Habitat for Humanity while promoting sustainability. There's never a dull day at The ReStore because you never know what our donors will bring in. We work to get those materials--both new and used--out on the floor quickly and into the hands of local DIYers. Staff work with a dynamic team of volunteers to make sure...

New! ReStore Rewards program earns shoppers big discounts

Cherry-picking the very best finds is one way to save cash at the Habitat ReStore, but now there's another way you can bump up those savings. Join our new ReStore Rewards program and earn points for every purchase you make. Each dollar earns you one point. Once you've spent $100, you'll get $5 off your next purchase. Smart deal - especially when you consider that ReStore prices are already...

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