Following a DIY tutorial with ONLY sound ft. WithWendy

7-Noy, 2020
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So excited to share this fun collab With Wendy and I did! I gave her a list of materials to purchase ahead of time and I led her through a DIY project... BUT she couldn’t see me and I couldn’t see her! Do you think she did a good job at recreating my project? Comment below!
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  • ;)

    Gloria SmithGloria Smith22 soat oldin
  • After watching this and other collab vids of yours I thought "how cool would it be if you did an 'Ikea Hack Off'. You and other youtubers get the same item from Ikea and then do your own hacks and then each display how you did them - to show how different or similar your ideas were! that would be cool.

    Suga BunsSuga Buns28 kun oldin
  • LOVE THIS, had no idea I needed this team-up (also, tape the ends of those macramé cords when trying to feed them through the holes folks) xx

    QuirkyShinyQuirkyShiny2 oy oldin
  • Super distracted! The gorgeous wire naked girl art behind WithWendy? Who what when where how and can you DIY it? It's lovely.

    Erica RomeoErica Romeo4 oy oldin
  • this but as an indoor swing for a kids room.

    Gracen Lee JonesGracen Lee Jones4 oy oldin
  • Love love love this video 😍❤️💋💞♥️💛💓 It has always been like this when two DIYers make a video together, it becomes interesting and spectacular. 👍👍👍👍👍♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💐💐💐💐💐💐💐💐💐💐💐👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

    Shohreh EilbeigShohreh Eilbeig4 oy oldin
  • Oh My God 😱 😍😍😍😍😍😍 That was Sooooooo cooooool, 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😘😘😘😘😘😘Thank you for this beautiful 👌 👍 video, 🌹💓🌻🌷💙💜💗💕💐😊 I enjoyed it very much 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

    Shohreh EilbeigShohreh Eilbeig4 oy oldin
  • Love the large loops Wendy left on hers.

    Sarah GoddardSarah Goddard4 oy oldin
  • This was fabulous.. I didn’t know about her channel until today ... Thank you so much for this collaboration ❄️⛄️❤️💕💓😍🌲

    Lucia ZunigaLucia Zuniga5 oy oldin
  • that drill and hair soo scary o.O

    zemacnicazemacnica5 oy oldin
  • Duch a cute little shelf

    Cypris CastleCypris Castle5 oy oldin
  • When James Charles can’t stay away from the camera🥴🤣🤣🤣

    My Creative Designs SpaceMy Creative Designs Space5 oy oldin
  • Use a hook instead of a nail

    Angie BaptisteAngie Baptiste5 oy oldin
  • awww this is one of the best bday gifts ever!!! yay! a collab with u and withWendy! posted on my bday! more powers to the both of you xoxo

    Miss AMiss A5 oy oldin
  • love this bedroom decor Drew, Can you tell me where is the tree from?

    ParJaanParJaan5 oy oldin
  • I wasn't exactly sure what to expect from this title, but it was so much better than I could have thought! Super fun idea and you executed it so nicely! Thanks for this 💜

    Anneliese HopeAnneliese Hope5 oy oldin
  • This was so cute! Loved it

    Jackie OrtizJackie Ortiz5 oy oldin
  • I need to know where to get Wendy’s tape measure holder (figure shape!)

    Genevieve CorderyGenevieve Cordery5 oy oldin
  • Wow she did an amazing job, there is no way i would have been able to pull that off. I would have been like wait what 😂😂😂

    Sherron PlummerSherron Plummer5 oy oldin
  • Drew talking over the other person in the video again 😶

    Mindy SMindy S5 oy oldin
  • This was awesome!!! Loved it!

    Joann MarxJoann Marx5 oy oldin
  • Wood is labeled its size before they plane it smooth!

    Laura FarleyLaura Farley5 oy oldin
  • I was so nervous you were going to either drill a hole in or spill paint on those beautiful floors hahahahaha. Looks great!

    Morgan PrinslooMorgan Prinsloo5 oy oldin
  • Hiii!I really love your DIY tutorials.They are really creativ.You are a realy great artist A lot of love from Romania!💕

    Rasu BiancaRasu Bianca5 oy oldin
  • So enjoyable!!

    Donna CoxDonna Cox5 oy oldin
  • Wendy making conversation and Drew okay lets hang up and we’ll talk later 😒

    Abby FloresAbby Flores5 oy oldin
  • This was so fun to watch! Going to check Wendy’s channel out. Your macrame design would make cute garland 😍

    ModfarmgirlModfarmgirl5 oy oldin
    • Yes!!

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • I love how genuine Wendy is. She is the best

    Adriana ComparettoAdriana Comparetto5 oy oldin
  • When you did a closeup shot of the six holes you drilled with the wtf voice-over it was hilarious. You make me laugh from my belly at least once on all of your videos!! And I'm not the laugh a lot type of person. You're funny Drew!! Love your videos. ❤

    shelly1231979shelly12319795 oy oldin
  • Yay a collaboration with 2 of my fave UZworld creators 👍

    Amanda PandaAmanda Panda5 oy oldin
  • Love the James Charles blue eye look gorgeous smile cameo. #adorbsyoutubers

    Aquarian QueenAquarian Queen5 oy oldin
  • there's so much i wanna say, but i'm just gonna go the 'less is more' route and say that this video is IT.

    celine romeroceline romero5 oy oldin
  • They're not "lying" about the wood size. 2x4 or 2x6 is the nominal wood size. This means it is what the wood is initially cut to when it is run through the milling machines. However, when they sand it down to smooth out the sides you inevitably lose some of the thickness and width. In general the rule of thumb is you lose half an inch. So a board that is nominally 2x6 is actually 1.5x5.5. For boards that are thinner, 1 inch thick, you only lose a quarter of an inch. so the actual size would be 0.75x5.5 for a 1x6. Usually if you're buying from a big chain hardware store (think Home Depot or Lowes) they have both the nominal and actual size printed on the sticker.

    Trinity ZTrinity Z5 oy oldin
  • You could also use “L” brackets on the back of the shelf if you know it’s going to be there for awhile!

    Addie HelfersAddie Helfers5 oy oldin
  • Did anyone else see James Charles come in?? Or did I miss something...

    Arielle MeiselArielle Meisel5 oy oldin
  • Genius macrame diy

    Audrey SchmittAudrey Schmitt5 oy oldin
  • She is delightful! This was fun!

    Vicky timmermanVicky timmerman5 oy oldin
  • I don’t know her but Wendy’s sweater is so fuckin cute!

    Princess JasminePrincess Jasmine5 oy oldin
  • interesting collab, love

    winterdreamy Howinterdreamy Ho5 oy oldin
  • Great collab- thank you so much for the amazing inspo, Drew!

    Cam ThompsonCam Thompson5 oy oldin
  • I wanted to do design too, but realized I wasn’t as good at sewing like I thought😂 And now I graduated with a product development concentration and do PD full time! But I interior design would be a dream 💭 edit: me listening to you explain and WATCHING how to do macrame and I still don’t understand haha

    MichaelaMichaela5 oy oldin
  • i’m so excited for x-mas diys!!!!

    alexis hernandezalexis hernandez5 oy oldin
  • i have no idea how wendy was able to follow. im watching this with my eyes and im lost. LOL

    tropical tantrumtropical tantrum5 oy oldin
  • I cracked up when James popped in!! lol!

    Along with Alana 💕Along with Alana 💕5 oy oldin
  • Sooo cooool .. love both of YOU guys ❤ I just have a thought could improve it a little U could have started the macrame from the ring down and then slipped the cord through the openings of the shelf .. and tie them together then add some beads and let them hang That would be nice too

    Nisrein NawasraNisrein Nawasra5 oy oldin
  • The reason the wood is always a little bit shorter is because they mill a bit off. And I think they don't say it because .5x5.5 isn't as easy to say as 1x6

    leahg180leahg1805 oy oldin
  • It's 1 x 6 rough cut. So when it's been cleaned up it loses a bit of the volume and ends up being slightly less than the 1 x 6 nominal dimension (typically 1/8" off each face I believe but don't quote me).

    Lynsey17Lynsey175 oy oldin
  • wood is always slightly smaller than it is labeled bc it is cut and then allowed to dry and it shrinks a little bit while it’s drying! so usually about 1/8” smaller than labeled

    Bailey HiattBailey Hiatt5 oy oldin
  • I love how neat Wendy's work is. 💖

    Lorraine GatzkeLorraine Gatzke5 oy oldin
  • if that make sense, if that make sense, if that make sense soo if that make sense hahaha

    Debby LDebby L5 oy oldin
  • The reason the wood size is different from what it says is because it is that size before they treat it and the pressure shrinks it down. So everything up to 2x6 will be a 1/2” smaller (ex. 2x4 nominal size becomes 1 1/2”x 3 1/2” actual size) and 2x8 and above shrinks by 3/4”. Drewwww how can you not know about nominal lumber sizes??? 💛

    It'sTaraDelaneyIt'sTaraDelaney5 oy oldin
    • @Diana nguyen obviously I was teasing him in good natured manner hence the 💛 haha. I don’t expect everyone to know that though it is relatively common knowledge.

      It'sTaraDelaneyIt'sTaraDelaney5 oy oldin
    • He's not a carpenter and doesn't have a lot of experience doing wood projects, so I can see why he didn't know :)

      Diana nguyenDiana nguyen5 oy oldin
  • So hyped for this. Love both of your channels!

    Tina NicholasTina Nicholas5 oy oldin
    • Yay! Thank you!

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • That's so great! Both of these collabs were fantastic!

    xingcatxingcat5 oy oldin
  • Wendy nailed it..☺️

    Aaron ArandaAaron Aranda5 oy oldin
  • Wendy is adorable and very crafty,, love to see more videos.. and you can have Wendy do a voice over on your video for fun 😜☮️♥️

    Michelle WilfongMichelle Wilfong5 oy oldin
  • I love her channel too. she is so talented!

    Tia BurtonTia Burton5 oy oldin
  • How does her circle looks so perfect ✨😍👌

    Gifty SnehaGifty Sneha5 oy oldin
  • Guess you’re not a lone fox when you’re with wendy

    Iris YoungIris Young5 oy oldin
    • hahahaha

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • Would have been WAY better if you started the macrame from the ring and have dangly fringe or beads hanging from the bottom of the shelf.

    Neeyon PeenkNeeyon Peenk5 oy oldin
  • This is such a creative idea and project to do all at home!

    ananya kananya k5 oy oldin
  • So can I just braid those strings? 🤔 I did macrame in elementary school about 40 yrs ago; I got nothing on it now. 😂 But I truly love the shelf, you two. Kudos!

    TeresaTeresa5 oy oldin
  • Drew you should of defiantly put a ' hi sisters ' in there when James popped his head in 🤣🤣🤣

    Shannon VickersShannon Vickers5 oy oldin
  • That's cool that you both collabed. I've watched Withwendys videos before and she is so talented. It was cool seeing James pop up in the video :) You also did do well coaching her.

    JenniferJennifer5 oy oldin
  • fun fact about commercial lumber: terms like 1x6 or 2x4 are nominal measurements, they’re taken when the lumber is raw and still wet from being a tree. it’s machined into boards at this stage, and those measurements are what’s used for that process. however, as the boards dry, they shrink, and that’s why there’s a difference between the name of the board (the nominal measurement) and the actual measurement!

    mei liamei lia5 oy oldin
  • Love the macrame design Drew! Love this collab! Thank you so much Drew and Wendy!

    - Gina- Gina5 oy oldin
    • Glad you enjoyed it

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • Wait, was that James Charles?

    Alison TuckAlison Tuck5 oy oldin
  • Wendy is so cute!

    Erin DuBoisErin DuBois5 oy oldin
  • Drew, does it make sense????

    Sara TSara T5 oy oldin
  • Put tape on the ends of your cord to keep it from unravelling.

    kelly dobberstinekelly dobberstine5 oy oldin
  • This was really fun to watch! This is also a fun diy idea to do with friends/family.

    J IyonJ Iyon5 oy oldin

    Jonna M.Jonna M.5 oy oldin
  • Wendy: I've never used macrame Drew: ..................................................................

    Sarah HylandSarah Hyland5 oy oldin
    • @lonefox can you tell me the specific emerald green color you used, i think on your bedroom wall? I want to use it in my room!

      Sarah HylandSarah Hyland5 oy oldin
  • I never knew I needed this collab

    Liam BurgersLiam Burgers5 oy oldin
  • So fun!

    Nina JohnsonNina Johnson5 oy oldin
  • Amazing video!! if you would like to see more DIY-Videos have a look at my channel :-)

    Paula's ProjectsPaula's Projects5 oy oldin
  • This is such a good trust and communication exercise 😅

    Charissa EdenCharissa Eden5 oy oldin
  • Nice video.

    marcela pierresteguimarcela pierrestegui5 oy oldin
  • Me: this looks likes James bedroom James: 👁👄👁

    Sincerely EccentricSincerely Eccentric5 oy oldin
  • All of the camera angles. PROFESSIONAL!

    Sincerely EccentricSincerely Eccentric5 oy oldin
  • I'm over from Wendy's....what a talented pair you are...I'm gonna need to subscribe to your channel now Drew! :)

    Teri HargraveTeri Hargrave5 oy oldin
    • Yay! Welcome to the Lone Fox Fam :)

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • That was awesome!

    Joan FriantJoan Friant5 oy oldin
  • Cute

    Monica PilgreenMonica Pilgreen5 oy oldin
  • James Charles’ bedroom in the backround👁👄👁

    GregGreg5 oy oldin
  • I enjoyed watching this video

    Black BeautyBlack Beauty5 oy oldin
  • I have NO idea how she was able to do the macrame. I couldn’t understand and I could see and I’ve done macrame before. Wow!

    sheay sczerbasheay sczerba5 oy oldin
  • Your bedroom is gorgeous.

    Anetra KingAnetra King5 oy oldin
  • Hey Drew! The reason why the boards are always different sizes is because there are nominal dimensions (ex: 2x6, 1x8, which represents the rough cut of the wood) and actual dimensions (the size of the wood after it has been processed), which are always 1/2, 1/4, or 3/4 shorter than the nominal dimensions.

    shayfab97shayfab975 oy oldin
  • Two of my favorite youtubers in one video ❤️❤️❤️❤️yaSs

    Fatima -Fatima -5 oy oldin
  • I usually watch on TV so I almost never comment, but I had to leave one today. Thank you for the great video--your collabs are always fun and really well produced. I loved your thrift collab with Macenna, as well. I also got your app and ordered the set of macrame plant hangers. Alexandra Gater just did a bedroom makeover for her editor and gave me a great idea for using all of your fabulous plant hangers together. Thank you for all your great content--I look forward to every vid!

    Anne MosherAnne Mosher5 oy oldin
    • Aw thank you so much for your kind words :) love it!! Enjoy your macrame plant hangers!

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin
  • I don't know how Wendy understood all of that without seeing. Queen!!! Love this combo Sara Nena DIY

    Sara NenaSara Nena5 oy oldin
  • Loved it! I would love to see one with Tina Le. Thank you! Love from Portugal

    Luisa Vilas-BoasLuisa Vilas-Boas5 oy oldin
  • Hm. I learned why the names of hardwoods are actually rounded up in shop class. I forgot. I feel unhelpful.

    • frostedjosieos• frostedjosieos5 oy oldin
  • Who?

    RosieRosie5 oy oldin
  • I would have failed miserably 😂 I didn’t know about Wendy until today, but I’m going to check her out! Y’all make such a great team!!

    6stringsGirly6stringsGirly5 oy oldin
  • I didn't even know how much I needed this!! 😍

    Marija SušacMarija Sušac5 oy oldin

    khaichokhaicho5 oy oldin
  • No way!!! 2020 delivered something good!!!!! Two favs right here!!🙌🏽

    Adam VirdiAdam Virdi5 oy oldin
  • Love it xx

    vmajavestergaardvmajavestergaard5 oy oldin
  • i never thought a social distanced collab could be so fun to watch

    Sami LoftSami Loft5 oy oldin
  • Wow such a cool Diy and great collab, excited to see more soon! 💖

    Noëlla VledderNoëlla Vledder5 oy oldin
    • Thank you! 🤗

      Lone FoxLone Fox5 oy oldin