Similar to the Eagle Sentry, this new Flying Eagle is built from cheap lumber yard components. The majestic Eagle perched in your yard or on your balcony He's just landed, as seen by the extended wings. He has a commanding height of 38 inches and a wing span of 50 inches. It is intended to be put on a brief 4x4 post that is either fixed to your deck or stands alone in the yard. The project shown in this blueprint has full size part patterns.
Use 3/4 inch lumber scraps and cheap landscaping ties to create the Nativity Post People. 33 to 37 inches is the height range for Nativity Post People. Every design includes illustrations for every figure in each group. Each pattern section is illustrated at full scale. Shown with optional Three Kings Post People.
Woodworking blueprint for a 1925 Model A Ford automobile. Full-size patterns, close-up images, text, and illustrations. The Ford truck plan is intended for experienced to expert woodworkers. The plan includes full-size photographs of every component that can be copied on an 11 x 17-inch paper copier.
When the tail of Bubbles the cow is raised, a gumball will drop into the bucket. The cow's stomach cavity can hold about 125 gumballs with a normal size of 9/16 inch in diameter. The gumballs are collected in the project's wooden milk bucket in the back. The project was built using 3/4 inch thick mahogany and 1/4 inch Baltic Birch plywood. Each section of the design is fully illustrated. 14.5 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 9-1/2 inches high are the measurements.
The rooster, the hen, and the chicks are carved from leftover pieces of 3/4- and 1-1/2-inch-thick hardwood and low-cost landscaping posts. When used with one of our other ideas for Post Farm Figures, this is a fantastic companion project. The height of the rooster is roughly 39 inches. Every pattern piece is drawn full scale.
This group of penguins will bow politely and shrug their shoulders to welcome your guests. Simple to construct using 3/4-inch-thick timber and landscape posts with a 4 inch diameter. Projects range in height from 26 to 40 inches. All three penguins' full-size patterns are included in the plan.
These beautiful floating shelves were built using plywood. Plywood!! It doesn't have to be expensive to be beautiful. Build a few floating shelves (with plywood) and the free woodworking instructions available at the link.
These kids wall bookshelves come in handy when mounted to the wall lower than you normally would so children can reach and hopefully return books to the shelves. Easy to build and very useful, you can make your own using the free plans at the link.
In the German folk tale The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, the Nutcracker played a significant role. Tchaikovsky later wrote the music for the well-known ballet The Nutcracker. These days, a lot of people amass nutcrackers of all shapes and sizes. This 72-inch-tall item can be made using a piece of 2 x 12 lumber. It will not truly crack nuts but it will be a prized souvenir. Every pattern piece is depicted in its actual size.
One of our most well-liked Christmas activities turned out to be The Nutcracker. A smaller version was also requested by customers. Hence, it is now! A piece of 1 x 6 lumber was used to construct this 36-inch tall Nutcracker. Despite not really cracking nuts, it nevertheless forms a beautiful display. Full size parts drawings are included with this woodworking plan.
This handsome shoe rack measures 14 inches high, 12 inches deep and almost 24 inches long. Of course you can adjust the size to suit your space. Free plans include instructions to do wood bending and another if you'd rather not.
Here is a quick way to add charm to your kitchen or dining table. Build this succulent table centerpiece by following along at the link. It is an easy project you could complete and start enjoying in just an afternoon.
Our Garden Gate is a one-of-a-kind addition to your home. "Welcome to my garden," the gate symbolises. There are no hinges since it does not open. The gorgeous butterfly can be made out of two pieces of 1 foot square plywood. The plan has been drawn in its entirety. It measures 36 inches tall by 30 inches wide.
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 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 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 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.
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