Coasters are essential for protecting tabletop surfaces, but they’re often clunky and boring, so why not create something that will not only rock at holding your drink, and is visually interesting too? The graphic “X” shape of these DIY coasters is created with pre-cut strips of balsa, a soft wood that eliminates the need for… Continue reading DIY Minimal X-Shaped Coaster Set
For my first project in the Autodesk Pier 9 Workshop, I wanted to tackle my fear of wood shop power tools (those table saws!). With a few test tubes laying around and a serious flower obsession, I decided to make a wooden test tube vase.
What do I make? What do I sell? In other words what wood projects will sell the most and make a great profit for you. There may or may not be an easy answer to this. If you already have a woodworking craft you are passionate about, then that’s great. All you need to do… Continue reading Top 10 Best Selling Wood Items To Make
Wall art decor adds character and personality to the room. Whether you want to save money, or just personalize your home, these projects are a great way to put your mark on your home. Improve your craft-abilities and create a modern hallmark for your living space, be innovative and create your own wall decorations. Some… Continue reading Get Inspired With Wood Wall Art Ideas
Little things can make bigger changes. We have some amazing life changing tips for you out of weathered and worn pallets. These crumbled pallets have no further use for shipping companies after retirement from the ships and they just want to get rid of them as soon as possible. So these pallets can be seen… Continue reading Recycled Pallet Furniture: 15 Unique Ideas
My father-in-law loves koi, he has a pond with many huge beautiful fish in it. One year for father’s day I decided to make him a keepsake box from some scrap Cherry I had left over from an earlier project for my Mother-in-law. Anyway lets take a look at that I did. It was a… Continue reading Building a Carved Cherry Wood Box
Warning! This project uses high voltages. Build at your own risk. This is a really fun and simple project that almost anyone can make. You can make it for yourself or as a gift.