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.
This spice rack was built using 1 x 4 boards. It can be mounted on the wall or resting on the countertop. Also, it can be used vertically or horizontally as well. Not just for spices, you can store craft paints or any other small item instead.
Do you know how easy it is to build your own serving tray? Actually it is very easy and you can u.se pallet wood, scrap wood, or fine wood. Either way you go, here are the free woodworking plans to build a rustic serving tray.
This simple wall-mounted bike hanger is perfect for keeping everything you need to go biking in one place. You can build it out of wood from your scrap pile.
Need art for your walls? Why not make your own wooden wall art using wood from your scrap pile!! Win, win!! Follow along at the link to see how to build your own art.
This laptop riser is handy to have at your desk. There is a place to store your phone and you can slide your keyboard underneath when you need more work surface. Best of all you can build it using scrap wood and the free plans at the link.
This plant holder is perfect for your outdoor patio table or even your dining table. Thats how versatile a piece like this is. Easy to build too!! Follow the free woodworking instructions at the link and you will have a fancy table center piece of your own.
You can use 4×4 scrap lumber to build your own set of giant yard dice. Perfect for outdoor games this summer, these yard dice are east to make. Follow along at the link and see how to do it.
Get your clamps organized and all in the same spot by building a wall mounted parallel bar clamp rack. For this build you will need 3/4 inch thick plywood.