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!
Do you wish you could dig money out of the ground? Raising worms in a worm bed can be a lucrative business.
Build a handy place to keep your keys, coins and other small stuff.
Make a fun flying vehicle with stuff found around your house.
Make some yummy, homemade treats that your dog will love. You can even use these treats to help teach your dog a new trick!
Something about a ship in a bottle doesn’t seem to fit. Oh, that’s it — the ship! Learn the secret to create your own ship in a bottle.
Show off your patches and other stuff with this rustic “hide rack” display.
You can make this kite with easy-to-find materials from your hardware or craft store.
This project is a creative way to recycle materials and have an interesting and functional shelf.
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.
Your books will appear to be magically floating on the wall when you make this fun, invisible bookshelf.
Build this classic toy and become a yo-yo expert.
Walking sticks make hiking more fun. Next time you go hiking, step out with a personal walking stick that you made yourself.
Learn more about weather and meteorology by completing these weather-related projects.
Put a used coffee or food can to good use by making this rustic lantern.
Show your dad he's the best on June 21, with a handmade gift. Here are 6 great homemade Father's Day gift ideas.
This ring toss game is perfect for a picnic, Scout meeting or just while hanging out with friends and family.
Mother's Day is May 8. Show Mom you care with these handmade gifts.
Show Mom she’s the best with a handmade gift.
Don't be left in the dark. This leather holster keeps your flashlight handy.
If you curve some aluminum foil just right, you can cook hot dogs with the sun's heat.
Don't waste money buying bait. Gather your own! It's simple with this easy-to-make trap.
Show your mom she's the best with a handmade Mother's Day gift.
Show your mom just how great she is by making her a gift inspired by Mother Nature herself!
With some nails and plywood, make three different games and puzzles.
Turn a leaf into a treasure with this simple cement casting project. Display the "fossil" in your room or use it as a stepping-stone in the garden.
With these ice-fishing tip-ups, you'll always know when you have a bite.
Step-by-step guide to building a bird feeder to help keep wintering and migrating birds well fed.
Step-by-step instructions to build DIY wooden blinds that look great.
To take great smartphone photos, you need to hold your phone steady. This simple, easy-to-build smartphone stabilizer is one way to make sure your cellphone photos and videos will be shake-free.
With a tin can and paper clips, make a mini disc-golf basket.
Power a digital clock by making a battery out of lemons.
Make this cool pingpong ball launcher for target-shooting fun.
Build the strength and endurance to take part in all your adventures.
Gather some branches, make a simple frame and create this handy clothes rack.
Native Americans used turkey bones to craft turkey calls and necklaces. Put your Thanksgiving leftovers to good use with these fun projects.
Show off your carpentry skills and help out your family.
Show off your Scouting mementos.
Use magnets to make your own lock and key for your footlocker or other storage box.
Keep your loose change or other small stuff safe with this handy pouch.
Here's how to tumble your way to rich compost for your garden and plants.
Step-by-step directions for building a raised pet-bowl stand to provide a comfortable place for your dog or cat to eat and drink.
You can make this rustic planter out of split pallet slats and a five-gallon bucket.
Use this solar food dehydrator to make dried healthy snacks for your next camping or hiking trip.
A paracord watchband makes a great gift or can be used as a survival tool. Unraveled, it provides about 10 feet of handy paracord for fixing tent lines or tying together broken gear. You can even use the line inside the cord for fishing line.
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.
Make a doorknob touch detector, a quick-draw game and a super-sensitive current detector with parts you can get a local stores.
Build this goofy-looking puppet, then put on a show using ventriloquism (making it talk without moving your mouth).