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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.
Surprise guests at your next game party! Miniature stadium holds all your game-time snacks in separate containers readily available at discount stores, as well as a standard 9 x 13 inch cake pan in the centre.
Its long handles guarantees safe handling. To design the worlds best pizza peel we enlisted the help of the experts in the worlds best kitchenâthe same home economists who test all of the recipes that...
Use an ordinary knife to slice bread and you will end up with odd-shaped pieces and piles of crumbs. But put this star performer to work and you will get evenly sliced pieces every time, thanks to its...
Many cooks prefer wooden utensils because they do not scar expensive cookware. Not only that, their handles stay cool to the touch, and they look and feel great. Here are three easy-to-make kitchen gadgets that any cook would love: a pie server, a spatula, and the saute tool, a favorite for stir-frying. Full size patterns for all three are included.
As some of you know, Norm is at home in the kitchen as he is in the workshop. Consulting with a good friend who is a chef, Norm comes up with a design that rises to the occasion.View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
Buy the blades and add your own wood for a set of worthy of the finest place settings. As an added bonus, add the holder. Not only can you craft this knife rack in a few hours, but you also can customize it to fit your kitchen drawer as well as your cutlery collection. We have included a source for the blades and utensils.
These catchall containers with beautiful finger joints are deceptively simple to make. Included with the box plans are complete jig illustrations and instruction to make the box-joint jig. The staggered arrangement of the boxes shows off the corner joinery. Make it with odds and ends you already have in your shop.
This eye-catching kitchen accessory may look challenging, but it is amazingly easy to make thanks to a simple trick for creating the lively geometric pattern. And this project provides one tough cutti...
Passing the snacks at your next party might be a problem as guest pause to admire the contrasting woods and flowing lines of this chip and dip holder. When guests ask for a snack tray of their own, make copies in no time using templates.
Getting that lovely lasagna or comfort-food casserole from the oven to the table poses one problem: How to serve up a too-hot-to-handle dish. Here is a simple-to-make casserole carrier that solves the problem, and looks good doing it. This holder is for a 9 x 13 inch baking dish. You can modify it to accommodate other sizes.
From the earliest times when wooden butcher blocks were little more than slabs of tree trunk, end grain provided a superior cutting surface. Why? Because the grain makes for a tough, durable face that self-heals, closing up when cut by a knife. These days you can make your own butcher block for projects ranging from cutting boards to countertops with this simple technique. Our cutting board measures 10 inches wide by 10 inches deep, but you can change the dimensions if you wish.
Mount this handy kitchen accessory under a cabinet or simply set it on a countertop. You only need a few hours in the shop to build this simple project. And you do not need much in the way of materials, just a small piece or oak or a wood to match your cabinets, a 1 inch dowel, and a few supplies from the hardware store.
Use this three-tiered pastry stand, sometimes called a dumb waiter, to serve fresh pies or display colorful houseplants. To make the tiers, we fashioned three plates using a router and templates. Also, we have included a drilling and sanding jig which comes in handy while making this pastry stand. The three trays, which make up the stand, measure 10-1/8, 11-1/16, and 12-1/16 inches in diameter.
We designed this serving board as a project that even first-time chip carvers can successfully complete. We eliminated the tedious geometric cuts of some chip-carving designs, and replaced them with easy-to-make flowing lines. Follow our complete step-by-step instructions and gain the skill and confidence you need to decorate this and other projects.
Equally at home in a compact kitchen or as an auxiliary work center in a larger one, this butcher block will do its job beautifully wherever you place it. And because we constructed it with maple and ...
Just say -no- to spatters, and -yes- to easy reading. Your favorite chef will appreciate this holders heavy, tempered-glass shield that wipes clean and holds pages open for viewing. Its 3 inch wide ba...
Accommodate up to eight knives in this stylish Angus steak knife holder. Keeps knives handy and protects and shields the sharp blades. Make from 3/4 inch and 1/4 inch oak. All patterns are drawn full size.
Reduce the jumble in your kitchen cabinets by keeping a dozen of your most used spices at your fingertips, yet out of sight when not being used. When the bins are closed, your spices are neatly tucked away and protected from sunlight, dust and spatters. If you are short on counter space, this spice cabinet can also hang on the wall. Use your own 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 inch tall spice bottles or see the source provided with the plan to order a matching set of bottles. We even supply labels for 30 different spices you can copy, cut, and paste to identify both the bins and the bottles.
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