If you own a table saw, you know it works great for ripping long pieces. But did you know that you can crosscut wide pieces with the same ease and accuracy? All it takes is a table saw sled.
With a bit of leftover wood and some paint, this wooden pumpkin can be made within an afternoon to decorate any shelf or window sill in your home.
This woodcraft project is more time consuming to make but well worth the effort. Not only do these pumpkins look good in the daylight, but also has a great spooky look to it by night when a couple of tea lights are lit behind it.
Decorating for fall is fun because the season offers us many different motifs to choose from like pumpkins, scarecrows, or leaves. This scarecrow out of wood is a fun project to do and is completed within 2 days.
Wilhelmina is having a bad hair day but she does not care. She is not entering a fashion show, but instead likes to be a friendly guest on a shelf or window sill around Halloween time. This witch craft project has a total of 8 pieces to saw out.
On a dark scary night you will find this feline in the pumpkin patch looking up at the moon! This scroll-saw project with its simple pieces is very easy for novice woodworkers to complete.
Why not saw a couple of typical Halloween figures out of wood and use them for autumn decorations. This is a quick and easy weekend project for those with less time. Follow the instructions below for the sawing, painting and assembly.
This gingerbread man lends a helping hand and is a fun way to keep those recipes within reach but out of the way.
Welcome the spring season by adding this charming little fellow to your home this year. This wood project is complete with all instructions and patterns, so he can be finished just in time for Easter. See more at CraftIdeas.
Imagine the aroma of a fresh apple pie in the oven or cooked apples and cinnamon on the stove top. What better place in the autumn than the kitchen for a sign with apples as the motive?