Don't throw away that old wooden baseball bat. It can still be a hit as a nameplate.
Create T-shirts or flags for your pack or troop with this easy and fun stencil project.
Twig, or bent willow, furniture was popular in the United States and England during the 19th century. With a few tools and some twigs and branches, you can make this durable rustic table today.
With some nails and plywood, make three different games and puzzles.
Attract birds to your backyard with this fun and stylish log cabin birdhouse.
There are many ways to make your pinewood derby car go faster. Here are some of them.
Writing secret messages is easy with this cipher wheel. It scrambles the alphabet so nobody can read your message except your buddy with an identical wheel.
You can make this dispenser for jelly beans, gumballs or any other hard candy that will fit in it.
Your books will appear to be magically floating on the wall when you make this fun, invisible bookshelf.
Put a used coffee or food can to good use by making this rustic lantern.
Make a whistle that you can use to signal, play a tune or just show off your carving skills.
Show your dad he's the best on June 15, with a handmade gift. Here are 6 great homemade Father's Day gift ideas.
Show your mom she's the best with a handmade Mother's Day gift.
You can make this kite with easy-to-find materials from your hardware or craft store. Lightweight materials will help it soar, even in a mild breeze.
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.
Make that block of wood look like steel with these pinewood derby painting tips.
When the race is over, enter the winner's circle by building this display for your pinewood derby or model car.
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.