A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection

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This one is for all you tote lovers out there... 

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

If you are a tote lover like me you can think of a million reasons to make one. 

Click on the bold links below to see the complete DIY tutorials for these fun wooden totes.

This garden tote came out better than I could have ever expected and made a great gift for a gardener!

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

Got an old spindle laying around? 

This DIY Spindle Handled Tote is perfect for holding a whole row of beautiful candles!

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

Another spindle tote is the perfect place to hold fruits and vegetables. 

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

This tote makes the perfect gift for Mom.

An Herb Tote is a great place to grow herbs on your windowsill or out on the deck.

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

And here's another version I made for my Mom for Mother's Day.


A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

This little beauty is my Craft Room Tote, it's the best for keeping the tools I'm using for a project close at hand.

A Tote Lovers Tutorial Collection www.homeroad.net

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  1. What a fun collection of rustic totes! Love the addition of the spindles and the chalkboards too.

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