May 24th, 2018On this week's Jamie of All Trades you'll learn how to make a simple and easy rustic wall sconce. It can be used both indoors and outdoors and you can adapt it to your style preference. It takes less than 10 minutes to make and can easily cost you less than $10!
May 17th, 2018Here in South Louisiana it's no surprise that summertime comes with an influx of flying pests! From wasps to carpenter bees to mosquitoes, we're always swatting or running in fear from the winged predators. On this weeks Jamie of All Trades Jamie shows you a few proven remedies for terminating your flying foes.
May 10th, 2018On this week's Jamie of All Trades, Jamie responds to a viewer whose five year-old son put a hole in the bathroom wall. Tonya from Lafayette wanted to know if she should call a professional or try to fix it herself. As you'll see in the video, patching those holes aren't as hard as you think!
May 3rd, 2018On this week's Jamie of All Trades, Jamie shows you how to build floating rope shelves that cost anywhere from $10 to $30 depending on the wood. Click play to learn how easy they are to build.
April 19th, 2018Over the past few weeks Jamie has been working on replacing his kitchen floors after they were badly damaged by a flood after a pipe ruptured. He showed you how he removed the old floors, the tools you need for laying tile yourself, and different techniques for cutting tile. This week he shows you the process for actually laying the
March 22nd, 2018Putting new floors in your home can be exciting but for many it's just a dream because of high costs to have it installed. In this week's Jamie of All Trades, Jamie goes over the basic tools you need to install your own tile. Doing it yourself can save thousands of dollars and it's a lot easier than it looks. Click play to watch.
March 8th, 2018On this week's episode of Jamie of All Trades, Jamie takes you along as he navigates the pitfalls of buying an older home. Find out how to remove old vinyl tile and linoleum the easy way!
March 1st, 2018On this week's Jamie of All trades we make a Floating Wine Bottle Holder. The instructions are below:
15” x 3 1/8” x 3/4” hard wood board (I used oak, about $3.50/ft.)
1 ½” drill bit
Paint, or stain, or whatever you want to...