Dress up your houseplant pots by building hexagon planters. These can be customized to accommodate any pot size. These ones were built using cedar but you could use any wood and finishing type you choose.
This geometric mountain wall art is awesome. Customizable too! Also...the whole thing was built using 1/2 inch thick plywood. Follow along at the link and get inspired to build your own wooden mountain wall art.
Do you end up with piles of shoes by the door? Most do...so if you are one of them, you need to build this handy two level shoe rack. It is easy to build and you can use what ever wood you have on hand. Read through the free woodworking instructions at the link.
This rack can hold coats, shoes, and even hats. The project swivels on a Lazy Susan bearing, allowing you convenient access from all sides. The top is adorned with a pineapple, which is a symbol of hospitality. There are four coat hooks that can be used. The shoe rack can hold up to eight pairs of shoes. Hats can be rested on pineapple leaves. The patterns are all drawn in full scale. With a 14-inch circumference, it stands 60 inches tall.
This cute diy wood stool would be perfect for the bathroom or any room really. Easy to build using the free woodworking plans with step-by-step instructions available when you click through the link.
This wall-mounted paper roll holder would make a perfect addition to any kitchen or pantry. Great way to keep a list going for groceries or just reminders. Easy to build using these free plans and just a few supplies.
This clever pull-toy turtle truck can roll thanks to the wheels in the foot. Four layers of colourful geometric shaped wood blocks link together in the truck bed to form the turtle's shell. The entire structure was made of 3/4-inch thick hardwood. Patterns are drawn in full size. It is 9 inches in height and 17 inches in length.
You don't have to live in the country to have your own hobby farm. Construct this animal to make your own petting zoo or hobby farm. The size of this animal is scaled to match the size of live animals on a hobby farm. All of the pattern pieces are drawn to scale. It has a height of 18 inches.
Lots of lessons to improve your woodworking skills while you build this bent wood quarter circle wooden box. Learn...wood bending, veneering and book-matching. Build this fun wooden box using the instructions available when you click on the link.
Do you have a goat? Me neither, but if I did, I would build this feeder for goats. You can adjust the height of the feeder depending on the size of your goat. Free plans at the link. Now I want a goat!!
Wow, I would have loved having a rocket fort for the backyard when I was a kid. This is a big project but well worth it for the kids to use their imaginations. Free plans and step-by-step instructions are available at the link.
Wolves were formerly widespread across the entire United States, with the exception of the driest areas. Timber Wolves, often known as Gray Wolves, are currently common in Canada and Alaska. You could start your own wolf population using these layered wolves. The plan includes FULL SIZE versions of the standing and sitting wolf patterns. 26 inches tall and 30 inches long.
Isn't this dining table beautiful. I think it is the sturdy simplicity of it that is appealing. You can build this dining table, adjusting the length, using the free building instructions available at the link.
The five holiday figurines included in this set of drawings include a Leprechaun for St. Patrick's Day, Cupid for Valentine's Day, Father Time for New Year's Eve, Baby New Year for New Year's Day, and a Bunny for Easter. The plan's projects are all full size drawings for each part. All bodies, ranging in height from 18 to 26 inches, can be supported by a single 8-foot landscape post.
Return your weight to the handle and push with your feet. This horse will provide the children a ride that is quite similar to that of a real pony. Children aged 3 to 6 years old. The patterns are all drawn in full scale. The whole length is around 35 inches.
You should paint these posters to resemble your favourite stock car driver and team. There is even an official. Use inexpensive landscape poles and leftover 3/4-inch-thick lumber to construct them. Each pattern is uniquely drawn and completely sized. They are between 31 and 35-1/2 inches tall.
What ever you do...don't throw away scrap wood, even the smallest pieces. Instead, use some of them to build door stops. Follow along at the link and see how quick and easy it is to build your own door stop!
Cute right!! This squirrel picnic table was built using pressure treated wood so it will last a long time outside. Build it and have fun watching the squirrels sit at their very own picnic table while having a snack.
You don't have to live in the country to have your own hobby farm. Construct this animal to make your own petting zoo or hobby farm. The size of this animal is scaled to match the size of live animals on a hobby farm. The pattern's constituent sections are drawn to scale. It will be 25 inches tall when completed.
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