Use nuts and bolts from your tool chest to make a cool chess set.
Build GISMO 4, a quick, remote-controlled robot that can do battle with other robots or roll around the house.
Whether your motor powers a 700-horsepower race car or a 5-horsepower lawn mower, you need to give it some tender loving care. Here's how...
Build a Purple Martin bird house and attract these bug-eating birds to your yard to help make your summer pest-free.
Here’s how you can become a knight in shining chain-mail armor.
Learn to fly! Build one of these simple kites and reach for the skies.
Walking sticks make hiking more fun. Next time you go hiking, step out with a personal walking stick that you made yourself.
You can turn an old action figure toy into a neat new acrobat that can do flips and somersaults.
You don’t need four burners and a gas line to make some great-tasting trail food.
Create a cool prehistoric scene for your dinosaur toys using items you may already have at home.
I make arrows the way my Iroquois ancestors did long ago. You can, too.
In our modern world, the hard part is getting authentic materials, but you can use some alternatives that I’ve suggested.
With this simple project, you’ll be outside playing miniature golf in no time. You can build your course with any available combination of bricks, wood, aluminum siding, whatever works.
Stand taller with stilts. After an afternoon’s work, you’ll be able to walk around at least 12 inches taller than you are now. That’s a pretty fast growth spurt!
Use this homemade sled to handle the extra weight of winter camping gear.
Create a tool straight out of history.
You don’t have to wait for the right season to plant your flower and vegetable seeds. Grow plants indoors any time of year with this easy project.
Use these plans to create a mini-habitat for some of North America's most misunderstood—yet valuable—creatures.
Have you ever wished you could dig money out of the ground? In a way you can. Raising worms in a small worm farm can make you extra money during the summer.