These elevated stands will give your stereo speakers a lift.
Cut the components shown from 3/4 inches material, the dimensions given are for the 9 inches wide speaker shown in the photo, the height and size of the top and base for the speaker stand can be altered to fit your speakers.
Bruce Johnson demonstrates a quick and easy woodworking project: building this simple squirrel feeder. Place a few of these around your yard to keep your neighborhood squirrels happy — and to help lure them away from your birdfeeders.
A window box planter — like the one featured in this project — is a great way to add detail to a home is exterior.
Learn how to build and install a wall-mounted spice rack; includes step-by-step instructions along with tips, materials, and tools lists.
A simple spice rack plan. Suitable for scout or class projects. DXF Format.
Here is a fine project for your workshop that will delight that favorite child. This wooden sled toy can be made from all non-priority materials in a few hours time.
Scrap lumber of nearly any kind can be used to build a squirrel den box. Exterior-grade plywood may be used, but squirrels may destroy the box by gnawing the plywood.
This is the type of sled used by the Eastern Arctic Eskimos of Canada. Runners are usually made of spruce, split out of logs or of planks bought from a local trading post. This is a rugged sled, easy to build and well suited for the Klondike Derby. Cross pieces are lashed to runners with 1/8th cotton cord. Eskimos prefer cord to rawhide because their dogs will not chew it.
In the other books previously mentioned the reader can find plans and descriptions of all sorts of bob-sleds, from one made with flour-barrel runners up to the latest and most improved racing bob-sled. But none of them seem so appropriate as does the following one, made of the rough material from the forest.