Here is a tall, floor-to-ceiling bookcase with the versatility to serve a variety of purposes.
Old-fashioned toys — particularly animated ones — have been delighting children of all ages for generations . . . and these Pecking Chickens are certainly no exception! Just swing the toy in a horizontal, rotary motion and watch in amazement as each of the four chickens pecks, in order, at the seeds in the center of the paddle.
Building a bench and arbor combo is in some ways less complicated than building a standalone bench. The arbor provides the structure, and the bench comes along for the ride with no complex angles or fancy joinery.
A shelter of vines or branches or of latticework covered with climbing shrubs or vines. A walk through Garden arbor that can support plants and generally complements the landscape.
Bandsaw boxes are novel in their design, deceptively simple to build and make perfect jewelry, trinket or keepsake boxes. And the best part of all is that you do not need a bunch of fancy joinery tools to build them. Just a Bandsaw.
Follow along at the link and put your own spin on this spring candle holder.
Build a DVD storage cabinet using the free woodworking plans at the link.
At the link are instructions to build a prism row boat made from just a single standard sheet of plywood.
Its official, I am now one of those insane people who builds boats in the garage. OK, the first one is a small boat. A rowboat really. But these things are known to take on a life of their own.
Build an 18 foot one sheet canoe using the free downloadable instructions at the link.