It’s Fall and I’ve got an article in the new Capper’s Farmer Magazine.
This article came together last winter when I was looking for a unique way to organize craft supplies. A mobile craft cart seemed like a great solution and when it was finished I decided to freelance the project instead of sharing it on the blog.
The cart was a great solution for storing supplies, stencils and paint; I remember editor Traci Smith saying she could use about three of these for different things. I couldn’t agree more and we even made another one to store some tools.
This project is sweet and easy build, so if you’re looking to get organized it might be one to check out.
The design allowed me to incorporate some items I already had which was another bonus. Between reclaimed wood, crates and baskets I had a mobile cart that was ready to roll in an afternoon.
Who knows you may have some scrap lumber around the woodshed right now that would be perfect to make a handy cart like this?
Another perk was to make sure it was mobile because I wanted to access it from both sides.
This magazine is in newsstands now and it’s filled with all sorts of great articles. Find it at Walmart, Dollar General, Barnes n Noble, and Tractor Supply as they normally carry Capper’s Farmer.
A few months ago, I decided to take a step back from freelance writing so this will be my last printed article for a while and maybe for good, who knows?
Sometimes you just can’t be all over the place and I’ve decided to focus on my blog and my own writing for now. It’s better to center my efforts on y’all and perhaps later I may pick it up again, we’ll see.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the journey as much as I have, it’s been a lot of fun to see my work in magazines. But I’ve also found once you reach a goal sometimes you have to set it aside so you can reach the next one.