Here is a great project to use up some of the wood in your scrap pile. Build scrap wood snowflakes! You could always paint them white for added snowflakiness. Is that a word? Follow along at the link to see how to build them.
Decorate for Christmas or all winter long using these fun diy snowflakes. This is the perfect scrap wood project and so easy to make. Follow along at the link to make your own. Remember…no two snowflakes are alike!
This is a quick and easy project: build a wooden Christmas tree. It can be easily modified to suit the size you want. Also, paint it green and decorate it if you wish.
Beautiful right? This wood mosaic table top is easier to build than it looks. Don’t have a table that needs a top? Build it anyways and hang it on the wall. Follow the free instructions at the link to build this project.
This chevron wood wall art is the perfect project to reduce your scrap pile. It makes a statement in any room and is easy to build. Follow the free step-by-step tutorial at the link to create your own wooden art.
All you need to build your own french cleat is scrap wood. This is a safe way to hang something heavy or bulky on the wall. It is as easy as a few cuts, at the link they show you what cuts and angles.
Why not create your own wall quilt art!! It is an easy project and bonus…you can reduce your scrap pile with this project. Coordinate the finish to suit your room. Follow the free step-by-step instructions at the link.
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.
Ever wonder what to do with the wood that you can’t part with but is too small for most projects? How about building trivets for your kitchen. Perfect for hot pots to rest on and bonus…reduces your scrap pile. Follow along at the link to get building.
Make your own wooden coasters using wood from your scrap pile. By switching up the wood species or even the stains used, you can alter the look of your coasters. Follow along at the link to see how to build them.