Paint as much or as little of this spooky ghost halloween project. At the link you can download the template to create your own ghosts. There is also a video you can watch if you wish. You could also enlarge the pattern and use it in your yard.
This comfy patio chair features a curved seat and back which will make you declare it YOUR chair. No worries, you can build these patio chairs for the whole family. You only need basic tools like a table saw, bandsaw, drill press and router. Free plans at the link.
These simple but sturdy sawhorses are perfect for a smaller workshop where space is at a premium. They tuck away easily and can also double as a base for a little extra workspace. Follow along at the link to build your own.
This is an easy-to-build computer desk, perfect for your home office. The base features a V-style design that is very popular now for good reason, its beautiful and timeless. Follow along at the link with the free step-by-step building instructions.
Everyone could use a little extra handsome storage outdoors so why not build this outdoor storage box. This one was built using cedar but you could use any exterior grade wood for your storage box.
Follow along at the link (there is a video as well) and make your own turned plywood coffee tamper. Everyone could use one of these, right?
This modern farmhouse style nightstand features two drawers for storage as well as an open shelf. Stylish and functional. You can finish it with a two-toned look or not. Follow along with the free plans at the link to build your own nightstand.
This wall-mounted plate rack would be a fantastic addition to any kitchen. You can adjust the measurements to suit your dish collection. Follow along at the link to build this modern plate rack.
Why not build your own vise grip clamps? No reason I can think of. This one was built using 1/2 and 3/4 inch Baltic birch plywood. There is a free template of the parts you will need to cut out as well as full instructions on the build.
Every woodworker needs to build a replica plane birdhouse. So cool. You will need 10 to 12 board feet of a exterior grade lumber to build this birdhouse, especially if you want it to last for a long time.