Picnic time is coming soon and eating outside is always fun. One thing about eating outside that is not fun is when the napkins blow all over the place. This handy napkin holder will prevent that from happening and looks nice too.
I love projects like this because it cost me almost nothing. I made this planter all from scraps that I had lying around. Cedar fence scraps made up the bulk of it.
This is a wonderful way to show your summer flowers around your deck. These planters are easy to build and can be made from scrap wood. Like many of our projects you easily make them to fit your situation. We made our planter to fit a long narrow plastic planter and go over a 2 X 6 ft deck rail.
This is a neat little weekend project that makes a nice gift or just a good place to store your own recipes. Build this recipe box using the free plans at the link.
This project will probably take two or three weekends but it should be well worth it when it is all done. Build it using these free woodworking plans.
Some people do not believe in the tooth fairy but if you do, here is a great place to put your tooth and for the tooth fairy to put your reward. When the day comes that you are not loosing any more teeth it makes a great little keepsake box.
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.
Spring is here and it is time to plant your garden. If you are growing beans you are going to need a beanpole. This is a really simple project that looks nice and works good. You can modify these plans very easily to change the width of the base or the height of the pole. Be creative and have fun.
This adjustable bookracks look nice and does a good job of holding books in place. Build it using the free plans at the link.