Show your mom she's the best with a handmade Mother's Day gift.
Duct tape comes in 2-inch-wide rolls and is available in many colors. Use some to make this handy wallet that will last for years.
Power a digital clock by making a battery out of lemons.
Make a doorknob touch detector, a quick-draw game and a super-sensitive current detector with parts you can get a local stores.
Make camp cooking easier with this portable kitchen box.
Build a handy place to keep your keys, coins and other small stuff.
This ring toss game is perfect for a picnic, Scout meeting or just while hanging out with friends and family.
Build this goofy-looking puppet, then put on a show using ventriloquism (making it talk without moving your mouth).
Don't be left in the dark. This leather holster keeps your flashlight handy.
When the race is over, enter the winner's circle by building this display for your pinewood derby or model car.
To close out our 100th birthday year, here's a glimpse of some BL projects from decades past.
Native Americans crafted turkey calls and necklaces from turkey bones. Put your Thanksgiving leftovers to good use with these projects.
Webelos Scouts in the Daniel Boone Council in North Carolina follow these steps when making their snowshoes.
World-class pumpkin carver Farmer Mike shows you how to carve a creative jack-o'-lantern.
American Indians made rope and twine (cordage) using natural fibers from trees, plants and animals. You can make cordage using common materials found around the house or at the hobby store. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Todd Davis, author of "Handy Dad," offers step-by-step instructions for creating your own skate longboard. With a little work, you can be carving back and forth across the blacktop in no time.
Make a fun flying vehicle with stuff found around your house.
For decades, Boys' Life readers have built their own GISMO robots. This month, we introduce GISMO 5. Yes, GISMO is back and has gone green!
With these ice-fishing tip-ups, you'll always know when you have a bite.
Work toward your Weather merit badge by completing these weather-related projects.