I made drawer pulls that double as label holders, as you can see in the photo. Here is how I did it.
If manufactured clamps are not available, make these wedge clamps.
Using a keyhole slot adds a professional touch to any project that is designed to be hung on a wall. Cutting the slots before the project is assembled makes clamping much easier.
This pattern is is designed to be a full scale pattern for the crafts hobbyist. Perfect for making an Easter basket. Free instructions are at Dexter A. Hansen.
These wheels are made with a drill press, and are suitable for wagons, planter carts or miniature wheelbarrows.
Besides providing storage, this tool shelf solves another nagging problem as well, it keeps the power cords from getting tangled up like spaghetti. Each power cord fits in a separate compartment directly below the tool.
Besides holding a number of hand tools, the bar swings out from the wall. This provides easy access to additional tools mounted behind the tool bar.
Diagrams for making your own planter box.
This sturdy glider swing for the children can be used both indoors and out.
This is a fifty nine inch diameter round picnic table with matching curved benches. It is easy to build and can be completed in a day (excluding drying time of paint). The benches are designed for individuals but six fit easily around the table. I suggest you glue all parts with an exterior grade glue for best results.