For Patios, Decks, and Gardens
Curved copper climbing supports and solid cedar construction . . . together they’re the perfect pair to create an all-in-one planter and trellis.
Plywood construction, some epoxy, and a little bit of time are a small investment when compared to the sheer joy you’ll have on a lazy summer afternoon rowing around in your new fishing boat.
Ready to take your woodworking in a new direction? Try out this working weather vane. Simple woodworking, some turning, and a little metal work combine into a fun project.
At first glance, this may seem like another "garden-variety" outdoor table. But the handles are your first clue that this is no ordinary table.
First impressions do count. There’s nothing that will add character to the entryway of your home like a custom-made door. This Craftsman-styled door is a classic that will be around a long time.
With deep, inviting seats, this modular outdoor furniture can be arranged to fit any outdoor space. It will become your favorite lounging spot.
Seeding for Two? This project solves the two biggest problems with bird feeders. It has a unique lid that makes it a breeze to fill, and a guard that helps keep squirrels out of the food.
The small size of these plant stands make them the perfect weekend project.
Add a little character to your garden by constructing this easy-to-build birdhouse.
This laminated fishing net is sure to land your next catch in style.
This project gives you the chance to try your hand at installing cedar shingles and copper roofing without having to remodel your house.
From the vertical siding to the pitched roof and detailed trim pieces, this eight-sided birdhouse has many of the features you’d expect to find on a real house.
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