This necklace stand involves a little power carving if you choose. Perfect for hanging necklaces and jewelry. Follow along at the link to see how to make one.
If your kids are learning from home these days and even if they aren’t, you should build this kids bookshelf/homework station. They will have a spot to keep their books and papers organized. Follow the free plans at the link to build your own.
The curved tops and simple lines of these bar stools will make them fit into any decor style. Build a few using the free woodworking instructions at the link.
This outdoor screen was built using cedar, but you could use any exterior grade lumber for this project. You can also modify the size depending on what you wish to hide. So pretty. Follow the free woodworking tutorial at the link.
The great thing about this pegboard wall organizer is you can make it as big or small as you like, with lots of shelves or just a few. This quick and easy project can be knocked out in no time. Follow the tutorial at the link to build your own.
All you need to build this plywood desk is two sheets of 3/4 inch plywood and three 2x4s. Thats it. Oh, and a few basic tools as well. Go to the link and download the free plans to build this desk.
Most lanterns you see have a flat top, not this one. Build a rounded top lantern using the free woodworking plans available at the link. You can build just about any size lantern using the same steps.
Get your scroll saw ready and warmed up to stack cut this tree design. While this tree is shown in autumn colors, you could easily change up the paint colors to create a Halloween tree or perhaps a spring tree. Free pattern and instructions at the link.
This sofa table measures 6 feet long and 14 inches deep. You can adjust the measurements of this table to suit your space. You will find the free step-by-step woodworking plans at the link.
This lumber storage rack has it all…space for your lumber, a slot in the back for sheet goods and scraps, and wheels. Perfect. You could even adjust the size to suit your workshop space. Follow along at the link to build your own lumber rack.