Learn how to install a cupola; includes tips on measuring angles, working with flashing along with tips, materials, and tools lists.
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.
This shallow box is relatively easy to make and the unique technique allows for a very wide variety of possibilities. Follow along with the free plans and create your own version of this shallow box.
Here is a free plan for a framed wall mirror that uses mortise and tenon joinery. This project requires a relatively small amount of wood and with sufficient sanding and proper finishing, you can achieve a fantastic wall mirror.
Here is a free plan for a miniature version of the traditional dry rock garden. We show you how to make the entire project, including the rake, out of a single piece of wood. These make perfect gifts or stress-relieving aids.
An energetic boarder collie, Sebastian, needs to have lots of space to run. He loves to be outside so the Trustys asked Ron to come visit and help them build Sebastian a sturdy doghouse in the backyard.
This small bedside table has tapered legs and breadboard ends that hide the edge grain on the jointed top. It is a great project, and only takes a few hours of shop time to complete.
Here is a really nice, easy to make, folding directors chair.
Here is a simple recipe box that will give your 3 x 5 inch recipe cards a home…Designed to sit on the coutertop or hang on the wall. It is quick and easy to make…and practical as it can be.
Small scale chicken coops seem to be built in almost every possible shape and size. Those building a new coop often ask for plans for the perfect chicken coop.