Of course, this is a very old picture. Hey, have fun with these easy to follow woodworking projects. You'll discover that with limited tools and skill, you can build some really great stuff that will surely impress your family and friends. More important, these furniture pieces will last for years. I either give the plans away for free or charge just $1.95 to help cover my costs. Have Fun! Jack Email me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Hall Tree with Storage Bench I built this for my Wife for Christmas. It took 3 days and cost less than $100. I built it with a circular saw, saber saw, a drill and basic hand tools. The hall tree is 77" tall by 35" wide by 16" deep. The bench is handy for putting on your boots and helps eliminate that big pile of hats, boots and gloves inside the door. The plans are easy to follow and highly detailed. Most of the hardware is available at Rockler (click on the Rockler link to the left) at very good prices. I can email you a set of the plans in PDF format after you click on the "Add to Cart" button below and purchase the plans for just $1.95
Click on either of these photos to watch a moving news report about fallen Police Officers and the commemorative benches built by some truly wonderful young men.
Playset for the Kids
When I was a kid, I had a tree and a small 2 seater swing set. But my Grand kids had to have one of these. Unfortunately, they're very expensive unless you can build it yourself. My plans are for a very well constructed play set with treated lumber and a wood roof that will last for years. The main play are is 36 sq. ft. and the set includes a slide, 2 swings, a climbing wall and a sandbox.The easy to follow plans, include 18 pages of highly detailed, step by step instructions. No special tools are required. A circular saw and basic hand tools will do.I carefully developed this plan set to be certain it is as safe as possible. But I still include links to instructions on playground safety. We want our little ones to have fun but in a safe manner. Click on the "Add to Cart" button to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Park Bench If you're into welding, this is a great little project. This 4' long, commercial quality bench can be built in an day and will please whoever uses it. This very sturdy design will last for decades and cost a whole lot less than one would expect to pay for a bench of this quality. Click on the picture for more details or the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Toy box for the Grand babies
This set of plans will walk you through building the beautiful toy box the the kids or Grand kids. It is made from boxcar siding and was designed with safety in mind. You will need simple hand tools plus a circular and sabre saw. The toy box measures 30" long, 15" deep and 22-1/2" high. This project is the favorite of my customers. door and storage in the bottom. Click on the picture for more details or the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Gun Cabinet Plans
Sure, you can build this 9 gun cabinet. You will need a circular saw, a drill, tape measure, a square. That's all I had when I built this one. The cabinet is 72" High, 32" Wide and 17" Deep. It has a locking door and storage in the bottom. The cabinet can be made with Oak plywood or other plywood and lumber you prefer. Click on the picture for more details or the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Combination Bench/Picnic Table I can tell you the geometry on this table is very tricky. However, my plans make it easy. The table top is 60" x 17-1/2", typical for most of these tables. I provide very detailed plans sent to your email, You print the plans and build the table. You can build it with basic tools and with minimal skill level. The project took me 2 days. Click the "Add to Cart" button to buy the plans for just $1.95.
My Favorite Place
Great weekend project! This will become one of your favorite pass times. Granny and I spend half our summer right here. Plans are easy to follow and only simple tools are needed. Click Here for more details or click the "Add to Cart" below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Chicken Coop Lots of folks requesting plans for a chicken coop. This coop is 8'-9" long, 3'-6" wide and 3'-10" tall. It has 3 nesting boxes and should accommodate up to 6 chickens. The plans are 22 pages of step by step instructions with materials list. I'll email the plans and you print them to build this very sturdy coop. Click the "Add to Cart" button to buy the plans for just $1.95.
Glider Comfortable and mobile. I built the first one of these in 23 years ago and it is still on my Mom's porch. It is 6' long, 2'-4" deep and 3' high. Should last a lifetime. I'll email you the plans and you print them to build this very nice glider. Click the "Add to Cart" button to buy the plans for just $1.95.
Kids Picnic Table Complete CAD prints, materials list and step-by-step instructions to build this sturdy, picnic table that easily converts to a bench. Great for kids to approximately age 7. I will email you a set of the plans in PDF format after you click on the "Add to Cart" button below and purchase the plans for just $1.95
This is a fun project for a folding table with a top that is 36" Long and 18-1/2" wide. It can be used as a card table, picnic table or workbench. You can build it for around $20 and in a couple hours. Click the picture to download the prints.
Library Style Bookcase I build these bookcases with the shelves tilted so you can see the titles better and because they just look cool. This is absolutely a one day project that anyone can make with a circular saw and a drill. It is built like a tank and will last for several decades. Plus, you can build it for a fraction of the cost of one of the cardboard ones sold at the retail stores.Click on the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Early American End Tables I built these end tables 35 years ago. You can see how well Tam takes care of them. I stained my Mothers with a light oak and they look just as good today also. If you have a circular saw, a saber saw and a drill, you can make a set in a day or two. Click on the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the plans for just $1.95
Folding Bench / Step Stool
This video shows step by step instructions to make this handy little step stool. This gives the little ones a step up to the sink so they can get a drink, wash their hands or brush their hair and teeth. Move the step to a chair back and they can sit and watch TV or just relax. Click on pics for a materials list and a video that will walk you through the construction. This project will take a couple hours and cost just a few bucks. The kids will love it and you for making it for them, (awe).
Table and Chairs FREE!
I built this for my babies when they were 2 years old. Now they are 4 feet tall and still use it for homework. The plans are easy to follow and only requires basic tools and skills. The kids will love it and so will you 'cause this plan set is FREE. Click here to get the plans in PDF format and then go to work.
Potato Bin You can build this nice potato and onion bin in a day for about $40. Only problem is you will likely have to build more. That happens to me a lot. Makes a nice Christmas gift. Looks great in any kitchen. I can email you a set of the plans after you click on the "Add to Cart" button below and purchase the plans for just $1.95
QUILT RACK - You can build this nice quilt rack in a day with tools and even skill level. Click on the picture to download the plan, print the 3 page pattern and you ready to go. The lumber cost is likely in the $15 dollar range and the print is FREE. Enjoy, Jack
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Comment "Thank you so much for your picnic table plans. I looked from one end of the internet to the other and couldn't find what I needed. I finally searched youtube and came across your video.. which led me to your website.. which led me to your awesome plans. It is exactly what I was looking for. I am currently half way through building it but I wanted to take time to give credit where credit is due." Thanks for your kind comments Rob! Jack Email me at : email@example.com