Looking for a quick “mass production” gift project? These tapered wooden salt and pepper shakers make a stylish addition to any table setting, and they can be made in a jiffy in a modestly equipped woodshop. You can make just the shakers, or if you have time, add the platform that is pictured here which
The carcass is created to match the gently curved front of the Bowfront Bedside Table you’ll find in this issue’s Free Plans, while the dimensions of the Magazine Slipcases can be easily altered to fit your favorite “must-keep” publication.
Building a woodworker bench is not an easy task for everyone, but it is for a professional woodworker. So I am here hoping that you can manage to build a good workbench. I am also sharing here a video tutorial that explains the process of making a wood workbench from the start.
This box is great as a gift. It’s easy to make, using a dowel as a hinge pivot, so there’s no need to mortise for hinges and drill for screws–which saves tons of time. This box could be made with dovetailed corners, but this is the express version, with miters for the corners. While measurements
A home just wouldn’t feel the same without any plants, don’t you agree? This wall planter looks delicate, cozy and is big enough for both your plants and books. A planter and a shelf at the same time – this is a must have!
I browsed many items and the one I like the most is the one in the image above. This was also my first ever wooden sofa sleeve cup holder that I built myself. Thanks to this awesome tutorial from the source link I shared below, I could easily make one by following the simple steps mentioned in the tutorial.
Are you having trouble with your (or your children’s) pencils constantly getting missing or just rolling off the desk? This adorable pencil holder fixes that problem once and for all. Not only is it practical, it looks great on the desk, especially when you decorate it with something meaningful like it has been done in this particular project.
Since I started with my first woodworking project, which was something like 43 years ago, I purchased uncountable woodworking magazines, books and CDs. Most of them were complete garbage and I could’ve thrown away my money as well..
This might be the fastest, easiest way on earth to make a picture frame. And it’s especially handy for woodworkers who don’t like cutting miters. One set up on the router table and you’re ready to cut the rabbet that receives the glass, picture and backer board, AND cut the corner joint. Making picture frames
Use only good quality stain and finish as you will most probably be using this doormat outside the house where it is expected to see a lot of rough use. We are also sharing a link to a video tutorial that teaches you to make a wooden stake doormat. In case if the above tutorial is not easy enough for you to follow, you can always go for the video.
A birdhouse adds charm to your yard and is a great project for beginning woodworkers. You’ll need a saw, drill, pine board, plywood, PVC pipe, and a dowel rod. This little home is easy to nail together, making it a fantastic family-friendly project. Here’s a tutorial.
How many times have you been asked to make a picture frame for someone? Many, I bet. Here’s a great approach to making picture frames that doesn’t require any mitering, AND creates a cool accent by making pocket pocket holes the main joinery method. Hiding the pocket holes Making pocket holes is easy, and pocket
If you follow the step-by-step tutorial and tie strong knots, this swing should nicely support up to 200 pounds. Why not build one swing for each member of your family? That way you’ll never have to hear those “swing fights” again.
Using reclaimed wood for food serving tray is completely safe though if you sand the surface and seal it with food safe finishing products. But the thought of having a “cow urine serving tray” is still cool (and a bit strange too).
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This incredible crate table couldn’t be easier. Screw casters to a sheet of plywood form the base of your table, and then secure the crates to the top, making sure to face them outward to create handy shelves. Finish with a little stain, and this table is ready to roll.
Beefing Up the Porch Columns: Part 1 of a Gazillion Since I removed the railings on our porch earlier this summer, the plan has been to make some epic craftsman columns. What we didn’t anticipate was that this project would turn into quite the…
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