08 Apr. 2005|
Diy projects using scrap wood,woodwork letter patterns,outdoor wooden bar plans - For Outdoors
One of my most popular posts ever is my DIY Wood World Map but this US version is faster to make and easy too! This cute little leaf centerpiece is another easy project that reignited my love for my jigsaw last autumn!
This iPad stand and Desk Organizer is a great DIY gift for the techie or men in your family and it takes such a small amount of wood to make!
And if you’re like me and have a lot of leftover wood from larger projects this little bench is the perfect way to use them!
You can make these out of any kind of wood, with any color combination, or just leave them raw.
I was pondering what to do with the ever growing pile of scrap wood in my work room, when it occurred to me that you might have the same quandary. If you have a fabulous scrap wood project you have completed, send me the link and I will include it in this collection!
I made mine a bit exaggerated in size, but you can use a thinner piece of wood for a more standard napkin ring size.
Clamp each piece of wood down one at a time, and drill a hole through the center of the wood.
I was looking for a new project to try and I think I will use the ideas in this article for my birthday party. Thanks for the idea, I have lots of wood scraps and never found a napkin holder I like; now the creative juices are are flowing. Scraps from other projects, freebies from Home Depot, and extras from my brother-in-laws contracting business. I am so ready for the warm weather so I can get in my garage and start hacking up my scrap wood and do some of these projects! Since I was hanging out all week with my boys instead of working on projects I thought I’d round up five of my favorite past projects I’ve made with scrap and leftover wood!
It’s been an enjoying the chaos, however, because the sight of certain materials thrown together on the floor has inspired a few recent projects.
For porous surfaces like wood, you will need to apply a layer of sealant to the edges of the wood and allow it to dry before applying the gold leaf adhesive. I figured there had to be some cute stuff I could do with all of this scrap wood lying around. Such is the case with today’s two DIY projects, which use this lovely old fence wood and a couple random materials I had lying around.