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.
Modeled after a Winchester® Repeating Rifle, this gun shoots 10 rubber bands like in the Old West! Rubber bands shoot over 35 feet! All patterns drawn full size. Rifle measures approximately 39 inches long.
Fashioned after an old time outhouse, which traditionally accommodated another type of butt. This butt out building will allow your house guest to dispose of their last draw by sending the filter down the chimney. Sized to hold a 38 oz metal coffee can inside. Measures 16-5/8 inches high. Full size drawings.
The mystery box illusion is one of the easiest magic tricks to perform yet one of the most baffling of all magic illusions. Because it is mechanical (it works by itself - no sleight of hand required) it is perfect for first time magicians or anyone just getting into magic. You begin by tilting the box toward the audience and opening the lid so everyone can see the box is empty. ...
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!
Create an enchanting grotto in your yard or garden with our delightful fairies and their cottages! Build with 3/4 inch pine and 1/4 inch exterior grade plywood. All patterns drawn full size. Cottage measures approximately 9-1/2 inches high.
This beautiful little side table with details was built using cherry wood but you can use a wood of your choice of course. Follow along with the free step-by-step plans at the link to build your own side table.
Build this beautiful rocking horse which features an intentional shallow curve with a recurve on the ends for safety. This one was built from oak but any hardwood would do. Free downloadable plans at the link.
A view of an eagle clutching a rattlesnake, featured in an artistic scroll saw pattern. This product includes both a positive pattern and a negative pattern. Full size drawing. Custom sizing available.
This round side table has beautiful angled legs and the top measures 30 inches across. It looks more complicated than it is to build, impress your friends with those legs! Just click on the link and follow the free plans and video to see how it was built.
Kids work hard for their favourite sport and deserve to have a proper way to display their accomplishments. This award display has a shelf for trophies and 23 pegs to hold dozens of ribbons and medals. 38 inches long. Full size patterns drawn.
This 4 tier cup cake rack (aka cupcake tree) can hold up to 83 cupcakes on four trays. The top tray holds a 10 inch diameter cake (or 7 cupcakes). Build from 1/4 and 1/2 plywood. Sturdy and disassembles easily. All patterns drawn FULL size.
This has to be the coolest looking rubber band gun ever! It shoots 10 rubber bands, one after the other, just as fast as you can pull the trigger! Rubber bands shoot about 35 feet. Measures 39 inches long. Full size plans.
This project has a four player cribbage board on top. Open the hinged lid and the storage compartment holds a deck of cards, cribbage pegs and a complete set of dominoes. This plan shows how to make either a double six set of dominoes (28 dominoes) or a double nine set (55 dominoes). This project looks spectacular in walnut.
Designed after the machine gun invented by John T. Thompson, this one shoots 10 rubber bands - one after each trigger pull. Rubber Bands shoot about 30 feet. All patterns drawn FULL size. Measures approximately 30-1/2 inches long.
A friendly squirrel, designed to sit in your garden and act as a lookout. All patterns are drawn full size for easy transfer to your wood.
The term Gargoyle is derived from the French word Gargouille which means throat or gullet. Originally designed as a novel feature for a rain gutter along stone walls with water exiting the mouth. Gordon the Gargoyle is designed as a birdhouse.
This woodworking plan includes all the drawings and instruction to make these two delightful ducky birdhouses. When completed they measure 11 to 14 inches tall. Adequate for nuthatches, titmouse, wrens and other small birds. All patterns drawn full size.
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