This handsome cartographers coffee table would make a beautiful centerpiece in your room. It features ample storage with the three drawers, and you can choose feet instead of wheels if you wish. Click on the link and see the free plans.
Build a lazy susan from patterned plywood for your home or for an awesome gift. Follow the free instructions at the link. Plywood edge grain makes beautiful projects. If you haven't tried it yet...you should.
This project was inspired by the familiar wish, Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight. A white light shines between two pieces of blue acrylic plastic which are cut into the shape of a star. The angel holds the lighted stars between her hands as she kneels in your yard. All plans drawn FULL SIZE on huge pattern sheets. Project measures almost 31 inches high. Make it from 1 x 12 and 2 x 10 inch lumber.
Bears like wine too! A perfect accent for the cabin and a great gift or for anyone who loves wildlife. Project holds a wine bottle at an angle so the cork stays moist. Easy to cut from 7/16 and 3/4 inch pine. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Bear measures approximately 12 inches long.
This bird house is not just for cuckoo birds! Put it outside and watch real birds pop in and out of the entrance hole. For that perfect finishing touch, an actual clock movement tells the time. Think of it as a cuckoo clock with a real bird.
And now for something a little different...I present you with this blue jay barn quilt art! Fun right! It is easy to make and a great addition to your art collection. Would work in a gallery wall as well. Follow along at the link and make your own art.
This cute hippo baby rattle is quite easy to make and would make a great gift for a baby. While this one is hippo shape, you could do literally make any animal shape using the same method. Click on the link and follow along with the free instructions.
Standing on a rugged piece of terrain, this majestic moose looks stunning. Easy to build from 3/4 inch thick lumber. (It is pictured made from pine) Make one for each end table. All patterns are drawn FULL SIZE. Measures 15-3/4 inches high to top of antlers.
Three majestic moose create the base for this attractive plant stand. The large 11 inch diameter top will accommodate even larger flower pots. Simple construction from 3/4 inch thick pine and 7/16 inch thick for the antlers. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. The moose stand is 11-1/2 inches high.
Organize your shovels, brooms, and other garden tools in one convenient caddy. Inexpensive to make from 1 x 4 inch boards. Upright storage prolongs life of brooms and eliminates rust marks caused by laying metal tools on your garage floor.
Build a beautiful dog bowl stand using the free woodworking step-by-step instructions available at the link. this one was built using oak, but you could use any wood you have on hand. Also don't forget to size it appropriately for your dog.
Say that 3 times fast! Build a plywood plant pot using just a few tools and plywood. The plywood ends give this plant pot cover a unique look. Modify the size to suit your plant pot needs.
Boomtown homes of the wild west and gold rush days were designed to go up quick and easy. Same goes for these birdhouses. Quick and easy to make. Make great nesting homes for birds or as decor for your home. All patterns drawn full size.
Aren't these sphere ornaments spectacular!!! And who would have thought plywood would make such a nice tree ornament. Of course woodturners already knew that I imagine. At the link you will find all the info you will need to make these. Perfect gifts too!
Cute right? If you own a lathe and enjoy turning then perhaps this project is for you. You can now turn a set of bears using the free woodworking instructions at the link. The contrasting wood used in these bears makes them awesome.
Welcome your guests with a glass of wine. This convenient server fits almost anywhere. It holds a bottle of wine and four wine glasses. Project swivels on a Lazy Susan bearing. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Measures 10-1/2 inches high x 11 inches diameter.
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