Learn how to build a wood mailbox with a tilt-out bin; details include how to build a shop-made sliding table for your table saw.
Follow these simple woodworking plans to construct a rocking, wooden cradle that can be painted or stained.
Learn how to install a cupola; includes tips on measuring angles, working with flashing along with tips, materials, and tools lists.
This is very simple tall birdhouse project. All parts are cut from 3/4 inches pine planking scraps. The bottom is held in place with two 1-1/2 long counter-sink screws. Use the diagrams to cut out all pieces to the specified sizes.
With ground covers on the roof, these easy-to-make feeders shelter the seed naturally. Build it using these free instructions.
Scroll down the page at the link to find the free instructions to build this bird feeder. They call this one the Half and Half Roof Feeder.
This is a very simple project. The handle is made from a 1/2 inch dowel, the bottom from 1/4 inch masonite board, and the rest from 3/4 inch pine planking scraps. Build a tool caddy.
The bed is a very simple construction. Follow along at the link and build your own sleigh bed.
In the free plan at this link, we illustrate a technique that that shows you how to incorporate a narrow stripe into almost any wood project. You begin with your primary wood, cut a curve, and then glue a thin sliver of a contrasting wood between. The result is a beautiful detail can be used to add sinuous curves to pulls, box tops, drawer fronts, table tops etc.
At the link you can follow along as we build a Mission style bed.