These compound cut ornaments are the perfect thing to hang on your tree or to give as gifts. They look more difficult to make than they actually are. At the link you can download the free patterns and follow the instructions to make your own ornaments.
This is a modern take on the Christmas tree box stand featuring a mosaic pattern. Before you start this build, be sure to measure your tree stand so you can build the box accordingly. So pretty and easy to build. Follow the steps at the link to build one for your tree.
Build an outdoor wreath with lights!! So easy and will have a big impact on your holiday decorating. Check out the link to see how to do it.
All you need to build this moose yard art is one board and a few stair spindles. Follow along at the link and use the free patterns to build your own moose.
This easy-to-build Christmas tree box stand will add instant height to your Christmas tree. Be creative in your finishing process. After Christmas you can store your Christmas decor in the box. Win, win!
Use your scroll saw and the free pattern and instructions at the link to make your own set of ice skates. These are perfect for your front door in winter and can easily be added to a wreath.
Learn how to build a wall mounted Christmas tree shelf. Actually this could be left up year round without the Christmas decorations. Free plans at the link.
Build a plywood Christmas tree using the tutorial at the link. This could be used outdoors too if you build it using exterior grade plywood.
Build a Christmas tree box stand using the step-by-step plans at the link. Added bonus… you can use the box for storing ornaments after you take your tree down. Win win.
Build a fabulous tree shaped tiered plate stand using the free step-by-step woodworking plans available at the link.