Why buy plastic when you can build your own plywood baby gym. So much better. Follow along at the link and build your own.
This Christmas tree shaped stand is perfect for poinsettias but could be used to display a number of things really. You will find the easy-to-follow-free woodworking plans at the link.
This desk is an inexpensive build and especially so once you go shopping for desks. As a bonus, there are free plans to build a plywood bookstand too. Check it out at the link.
Neat or what? The only wood you need to build this light bulb lamp is 3/4 and 1/2 inch thick baltic birch plywood. While perfect for your desk, it could also be adapted to hang as a chandelier. Follow along and get the free templates at the link.
I actually love the look of plywood, especially Baltic birch plywood. It is virtually knot free and can be turned into something spectacular like this serving tray. Follow along at the link to build your own plywood serving tray.
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?
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.
Build your own indoor climbing wall using the free tutorial at the link. Imagine the fun to be had.
These awesome floating ladder shelves are built using 2 x 4s and 3/4 inch thick birch or maple plywood. Be sure to find the wall studs before you install your unit. Follow along at the link to see how it was done.
Guess what these plantation shutters are made of!! Plywood. Yup, you can use the free plans and instructions and PLYWOOD to build your own window shutters.