You want to renovate your home but it’s all so intimidating and you get lost trying to follow DIY tutorials
You don’t know much about power tools but you’re crushing on all the DIY projects you see on Pinterest and want to do them, too
You don’t want to hire a contractor for every little house project and know if you just knew HOW you could do it yourself
You follow 2398572893 Instagram DIYers and wonder how they can build a sofa, table, and feature wall in 1 weekend
I know exactly what it’s like to want to learn how to DIY but don’t know where to start.
I used to wait for my father-in-law to have time to complete projects for us.
I was intimidated by powertools and the thought of completely messing everything up.
I would walk into Home Depot with TJ and not know the first thing about choosing wood or finishing supplies.
TJ learned from his dad and then he taught me.
Through trial and error (and one total home renovation), we learned along the way how to do projects on our own and want to help you do the same.
You’ll learn how to confidently use power tools with step-by-step video tutorials
We’ll walk you through how to start planning a project, including how to measure accurately, drawing up plans, and figuring out what cuts to make
You’ll walk into Home Depot and know exactly what wood you need and how to pick the best pieces for your project
Need to paint or stain? No problem. We got you covered. Follow along as we share exactly how to finish projects
The best part? We’re doing this together. There’s a private Facebook group just for members where we answer questions and provide feedback. You’re not flying solo out there. We’re DIYing together.
Not only is all of this possible, I’ve created the solution to help get you there 10x faster.
Dust off the power tools and grab your safety gear because it’s time to unlock their potential
Oh yes. We have a whole module on measuring because it’s THAT important
Yep, a whole module on wood because it’s the foundation of virtually every DIY project
So you’re gonna do that project you saw but, ummmm, where do you start?
You may be able to cut wood to exact length, but if you can’t finish it properly it’ll look like you DIY’d it instead of looking straight out of a Pottery Barn
A collection of those odd jobs you gotta do around the house
It’s a right of passage in the DIY world to do an IKEA hack. Learn our best tips and tricks for tackling your first IKEA hack
Learn how to make a professional looking mood board for your DIY projects. Follow along with the exact method I use to make mood boards for my design clients.
I was sick of googling every single measurement for every project so I researched and compiled a complete list of every home measurement you need as a DIYer. Think rug measurements, lighting measurements, where to hang your art and curtains and so much more
Join the private Facebook group just for DIY Together students where you can bounce DIY ideas off of each other, gets tips from other members and from us, and be inspired by other DIYers to actually start doing projects.
We are SO confident that you’re going to love this program. We’ve poured our hearts into this because we believe that everyone can DIY and it doesn’t need to be overwhelming. We can do this, TOGETHER.
But, we understand that it’s not a great fit for everyone. If you’re watched the videos and done the work and don’t love it, you can email us within 14 days of your purchase for a full refund.
Should you join DIY Together?
Is it a right fit for you?
We’re looking for a particular type of person, and you might be a match.
Let’s find out.
If you’re ready to stop just watching Insta-DIYers make all the things and start actually doing it yourself, we’re here to tell you you CAN and you WILL with DIY Together.
Imagine walking through the doors of Home Depot with the confidence that comes with knowing exactly what you need.
Bust out your power tools and install that shiplap wall you’ve been crushing on or finally do that wood feature wall you saw on Pinterest.
Take a basic IKEA cabinet and turn it into a seamlessly-built-in masterpiece.
Once you purchase DIY Together, you get instant access to 5 modules and 4 bonus features, including a private Facebook group where we can connect to answer your project-specific questions, offer guidance and motivation, and keep up with your DIY journey. All of the videos and bonuses will be housed in an online platform that only DIY Together students can access. Any printable and cheat sheets are available there for you to print when you need them!
For the beta period, we will be building out the videos and material with your help. That’s why you can get started for only $47 total. No monthly fee or hidden costs. We want your feedback to help improve the program and make it the absolute best experience possible. We’ll be releasing new content every week. If you have questions or specific DIY problems, we want to know so we can help!
If you’re joining after the beta period, DIY Together will be priced at $147 for a limited time which gives you access to all the trainings and bonuses as well as the private Facebook group.
Tutorials on Pinterest and other sites are typically for very specific projects, and many of them assume a base-level of knowledge on how to actually do the things necessary to follow the tutorial. DIY together provides the foundation you need to follow those tutorials confidently, no matter how advanced the project.
Once you purchase DIY Together, you have lifetime access to the main modules, bonuses, and Facebook group. This includes any future updates that may be made.
A BETA launch gives a small group of people early access to DIY together at a highly discounted rate. In exchange for that discount, you help us out by offering feedback as we build out all of the modules. You have the opportunity to influence the direction of the final product, making sure it is something that is an extremely valuable resource to you and all of our future DIY together members.
It’s always a good idea to have a few basic hand tools. We recommend a set of screwdrivers, a hammer, a 4-foot level, a bullet level (small level for shelves and things), and a measuring tape.
As for power tools, the basic DIY starter kit is typically a drill/driver, a circular saw, an orbital or palm sander, and preferably also a miter saw. You can do almost everything you need with a circular saw, but a miter saw makes things a lot easier.
Once you purchase, you’ll be set an email with instructions including your user name and password to access all the material online. You have lifetime access to all of the materials. All modules, videos, downloads, and bonuses are housed online on a website called Kajabi. You’ll get a separate email with instructions on how to access everything!
DIY Together is for your if you LOVE Pinterest and stalk Instagram DIYers but don’t have the confidence, knowledge, or skill to actually do what they’re doing.
You know you want to learn, you’re ready to figure out power tools and complete those DIY projects you’ve been crushing on.
You’re sick of waiting around for someone else to complete those DIY projects on your bucket list.
You know you’d feel more confident with step by step tutorials and someone (Sarah & TJ!) to ask questions to.
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