Gifts for the DIYer



Doing it yourself is all the rage! Everyone wants to be able to brag about the latest hand crafted addition to their home. Tis’ the season to give back to someone that works hard to make sure your home is well maintained. We visited Lowe’s to see what’s new in products for projects at home whether it’s small or large. These are some of the things we found.

No more unraveling issues with your measuring tape when you have this new toy! A Stanley BlueTooth Laser Distance Measurer can measure up to 30m and can be connected to your phone. Perfect for anyone that needs precision or always complains about their measuring tape not being reliable.

When there’s heaps of snow piling up and it’s time to get outside and clear the path you’ll want this Snow Joe by your side. It’s compact, and you don’t have to deal with any cables or cords. Just be sure it’s recharged and ready for its next use!

This Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box is a box that is placed on top of your barbecue so you can make pizza in a snap! It’s more affordable in space and cost with the same delicious end results.

Connecting your home is popular with more products this holiday season. The NestCam packs in features that allow you to keep watch on your home, turn on and off lights, as well as have live discussion video chats with anyone that is in your home when you’re not there.

For any budding DIYer this Build and Grow toolkit is the perfect gift. It has everything one would need to take on small projects, including the small box to hold everything!

Sometimes it may seem like cheating when you get someone a gift card but in this instance it can make perfect sense! Your DIYer might need some lumber or piping for their next project so why play a guessing game when you can just top up a gift card and let them be on their way.


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I'm Anna, the editor for the Toronto Home Shows blog. I'm an avid baker, runner, and love living in and decorating small spaces.

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