Storage cases, baskets and boxes to house trinkets and treasures. These scrollsaw box woodworking projects and plans could become family heirlooms. If you are looking for the free woodworking plans, please look for the tree icon below to begin your free woodworking plans search. The scrollsawing patterns listed below are sold by a number of woodworking retailers with online stores, including my own online store which features scrollsaw patterns from Tom Mullane, Forest Street Deisgns, Gatto Plans, Winfield Collection, Accents in Pine and more.
Making this basket from scrap wood that is 3/4 inch thick is simple. This garden basket can be displayed indoors or outside on a sunny shelf. A flower container with a mild rise keeps plants at the ideal height so that leaves cascade over the edge. Additionally, kindling for fireplaces can be stored in it. This woodworking plan includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size images.
Every year, the start of the fall harvest will be heralded by this lovely cornucopia wreath, which creates a layered impression using various pieces of wood. When finished, it will measure roughly 18x18 inches. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
This Christmas box is our take on the mysterious box discovered in Mrs. Parsons' attic. You should keep your most priceless Christmas mementos in this box. inspired by Richard Paul Evans' best-selling book The Christmas Box Book. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
There are certain things that must be kept, infant momentos, art projects, school photos, report cards, achievement awards, etc. You will probably want to build one box for each child or grandchild. You don’t even need to tell them. Then at some future date, when the kids become adults, let them have the box full of treasures.
Turn your scrap woos into great gifts by making any of these fun Keepsake Intarsia Box designs. All four patterns are included, the teddy bear, the frog, the duck and the whale. Contrasting colors or complementary species produce the best appearances for the intarsia tops.
Place the days mail in this two-compartment letter box, which you can hang on a wall, if you like, and you will not lose any of those important cards and letters. A scrollsawn floral motif highlights the front.
If all those ordinary projects seem run-of-the-mill to you, sink your sawteeth into this woodworking adventure. You will emerge from your shop with a gift fit for weddings and golden anniversaries...
Create this fine example of craftmanship for display on the fireplace mantel or as a table centerpiece. Holds candy or nuts. Base is 24 inches long x 6-1/2 inches wide.
This nutcracker hides away in its own beautiful box between uses. Even better, the box doubles as a nut bowl when the time comes to get cracking on some crunchy munchies. The box measures 9 inches wide by 6 inches deep when closed. Included in the plan is a box joint cutting jig and a full-size oak leaf pattern which can be scrollsawn and attached to the lid.
Its a bird! Its a bandsawn box! Its a woodworkers whimsy! Whatever you want to call this fanciful creation, you will find that it is a lot of fun to buildâand to have around the house. This bandsawn box has legs and a beak, too. See how easy it is to make our exotic shelf-top bird using the full-size patterns included. Using dowel for the legs, you can stand your bird on any length legs.
A tisket, a tasket, scroll saw a basket! These baskets may look woven, but they are not. Instead, they are stacked scrollsawn sections that are so easy to cut that even a novice will achieve great results. Full size patterns for three different size baskets are included with the plan.
You can make this special potpourri container in just one evening. The screened bottom and decorative scrollsawn top maximize air circulation for scent-sational results.
Here we have our simple to make slatted basket. Perfect for a centerpiece, to hold toys or magazines, or use as a garden trug to fetch vegetables and spices. Easy to cut using the smallest of scrap wood pieces. Simply size it to how you like and print it to your computer. Beginner skill level.
Keep jewelry, photographs, letters and other cherished items in this stylish case that features an eye-catching ceramic centerpiece. This project works great as a stand alone piece or part of an Arts ...
Give a memorable present of fine wine packaged in your craftsmanship. Thanks to straightforward construction and just six parts, you can complete this beautiful holder in a couple of hours. Whether you...
Contrasting woods and tapered legs make it a real eye-grabber. Do not let the refined appearance of this project fool you. It is not difficult to make. We will show you how to shape the tapered legs...
The decorative cutouts in this scrollsawn box lid allow fragrances to drive out freely. But if potpourri is not your thing, this project also serves well as a small jewelry or catchall box, or a desktop paper-clip caddy.
A pretty fair number of ornamental box designs cross our desks, but this is one of the nicest. It is a simple project that does not require a lot of work, but the end result is solid construction and ...
Ideal scrap wood projects. Use either a hole saw to cut out the cavity or use a scrollsaw. Finish in exotic woods or cheaper woods and stain them to look unique! Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
This basket is a fun project that can be used a great add-on gift when putting together a gift basket of fruit, flowers, pastry. Build with pine and tole paint or build from a hardwood and finish with clear coat for a beautiful gift. Easy to adapt, just make the slats longer to fit that special bottle of wine! Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
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