DIY BLANKET LADDER UNDER $10

This month’s Power Tool Challenge is a fun one!  We were challenged to create something for under $10…. so I made a DIY Blanket Ladder for under $10!  I’ve been wanting to make a blanket ladder for ages… so I’m thrilled I finally got a chance.  It’s amazing what a cozy addition a blanket ladder makes to a room.

DIY BLANKET LADDER

This ladder actually cost less than $5 for the lumber!!!  Yep… crazy cheap!

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DIY BLANKET LADDER DIRECTIONS:

I wanted my ladder about 5 feet tall, but you could adjust the height and width of your ladder easily.   Here’s the cuts I had:

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  • two 65″ (the sides of ladder)
  • four 17.75″ (the ladder rungs)

The bottom on the ladder sides I cut a slight angle so it would easily lean against the wall.  (How big your angle will determine the distance from the wall)

On the outside of the board I drew a line in the center from top to the bottom so I knew where to put in the nails.  I started the first rung 3″ from the top and then each rung was 16″ down from the one above.  I put 2 nails in on each board on each side.

Then I stained it with a gorgeous weathered gray… I love this stain and color.  It’s gorgeous and it dries in an hour!

I’m loving it in our family room!!  Such an easy project and for less than $5 it’s a bargain of a DIY!  If you don’t have a nailer you could easily use wood screws too.

I’ve had a LOT of interest in my area rug.  I happened to find that gorgeous rug at Ross.  I’ve never seen another one since though.  Here’s some similar rugs I’ve found though.  You can click on them to learn more.

       

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