We love sweet peas and clematis and this trellis will show them off in grand style. We made our trellis really tall. You can adjust all the dimensions down if you want a shorter trellis.
Marilyn got the idea for this at a you-paint ceramics store that had a ceramic purse/vase. I did the design and all the building and she did all the hard work of making it a piece of art. We think you will like this little project.
The nice thing about this hexagon shaped bird feeder is that it has screen in the bottom so that the rain can run through and the bird seed will dry out really good after the rain.
This project if for a wonderful little candle holder. We made it from a scrap piece of Walnut that we had lying around. It will take some imagination (or not) to really make it unique.
What a great idea, a gift box that converts into a candle holder after the present is removed. This is a simple project to build and even more fun to give.
Also known as a trug or a caddy, our garden tool carrier is a little small but you can make it any size you like using these easy instructions as a basic plan.
This adjustable bookracks look nice and does a good job of holding books in place. Build it using the free plans at the link.
A weed whackers is one of those tools that is always in the way because they are hard to store. You can not stand them up very well and when you lay them down you always trip over them. This simple little stand is easy to build and solves the storage problem once and for all.
This project comes from Marilyns dad Frank who actually built it many years ago. I have no idea where he got the plans but it is a simple and nice looking design for an old fashioned Shaker style wall box.
This is a neat basket to put your fresh picked veggies in. Once they are in the basket just turn the hose on and rinse them off. All the dirt goes to the ground and you are left with nice clean veggies.