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Easy Beginner Woodworking Projects

Are you one of the millions who enjoys the fragrance, texture and pleasure of working with wood? Have you experienced the satisfaction and pride of creating with your own hands useful and beautiful wood products? Have you started woodworking projects that have not been completed?

In many of our endeavors in life, statistics show that the first attempt at anything new has a fairly low success rate. The good news is the same data proves that further attempts, using lessons learned, always leads to more positive results.

Woodworking involves turning wood into useful and functional objects using various tools. Proper plans clearly showing tools, materials needed and step by step construction are essential for enjoyable and successful efforts.

This guide will provide you with all the plans, tips and guidance to ensure your happiness and satisfaction.

What is more, people of all ages can kick-start their own woodworking projects – either in a real workshop or in the comfort of your home. Read on to learn more about the craft, and to get a couple of handy tips to supplement your current knowledge and expertise:

Basic Woodworking Tools You Will Need

In this art and craft, you need both power tools and non-electric hand tools. Most of the hand tools you will use are common – and you might already have used them to perform several tasks at or around your home. They include retractable tape measures, block planes, level devices, handsaws, chisels, screwdrivers, and hammers.

Power tools, on the other hand, sometimes work like hand tools. However, they are more powerful and work faster thanks to electricity. They include drills, saws, routers, planers and sanders. Remember, all of these tools require training. You need to handle them with care to avoid injuring yourself or others.

DIY Woodworking Projects Tips & Tricks

For your woodworking projects to become successful, you need to learn a few tricks of the trade. This will streamline your knowledge and improve your progress through the project.

In the past, woodworkers often taught these skills to younger generations who were interested in learning woodworking.

Today, the knowledge transfer has started fading because there are fewer novice woodworkers to train and mentor. However, if you are interested in the craft, there are plenty of handy guides and books (such as this one).

This knowledge will allow you to complete your woodworking projects faster and more accurately.

Similarly, you will know how to select the most useful tools to buy.

You will also learn how to take care of your tools and maintain your machinery, so they don’t fall prey to neglect.

Getting Started With Simple Woodworking Projects for Kids

Did you know that you can teach your children how to work with wood? Working alongside you, they can easily learn the craft and benefit from your training and experience.

However, you need to keep careful watch over your young charges, mostly because the tools they are going to be using tend to be powerful and sharp. With practice and time, kids can easily learn the skill that will empower them to start their own woodworking projects. They will soon be able to do small projects, like flower boxes, bird feeders, and birdhouses.

Getting Started With Easy Woodworking Projects Ideas

If you are reading this, you probably already enjoy the craftsmanship involved in turning virgin pieces of wood into decorative and useful items. The selection of beautiful fine grained wood for the transformation is an enjoyable step to get the creation going.

There are different types and levels of wood working. If you are interested in learning the craft, you will eventually find yourself following project instructions that include:

  • Step by step guides
  • Diagrams showing details about how to complete these steps
  • A list of tools and materials to use
  • Tips on how to make wooden projects cost effectively

You can easily learn how to work with wood and eventually become a master woodworker. Remember, however; some projects are pretty simple while others will require significant investment in time, materials, and energy to complete.

Additional Resources

As you go about honing your woodworking skills and talents, remember that you will need various resources to organize your shop area. With the right storage tactics, your tools will remain in excellent condition over the long haul and you will not have the time wasting frustration of searching for “lost” items.

You should also get shop area that involves ample space for you to work on your projects. Another element to consider is the safety of your workspace. You must learn and strictly follow all safety guidelines. Similarly, you should work on ensuring your safety and good health by controlling the amount of sawdust you produce in your woodworking shop.

Learn More About Woodworking Plans

Are you a master woodworker? Or are you a novice in the industry? Looking for awesome woodworking projects, tips, plans, ideas, and more? Then you have come to the right place. Ted’s woodworking plans have hand-selected some of the best woodworking tutorials and guides that will help you get started or advance your woodworking skills. Get yours today and save yourself money, time, and effort.

When you think of woodworking projects, it is possible the first images that pop into your mind are those of a professional handling complex and powerful tools carving wood into a beautiful art form. This can be intimidating, believe me I know. When developing wood working skills it is important to start off with easy woodworking projects appropriate for beginners. There are many simple wood projects that are ideal for new crafters. The first step is deciding what you want to make. In this article we will look at several beginner woodworking projects and what you will need to complete them.

So just do it! Let’s take a time out from all the crafty YouTube videos available online and go back to the basics. It is the basics that will enable you to hone your wood crafting skills. With nothing but basic skills and simple tools, I was able to come up with shelves, cup holders, wine holders and much more.

Before you get started on your first easy wood projects, you need to gather all the proper supplies. The first thing you will need are the woodworking plans for the project you want to do. Easy wood projects can be purchased from home improvement stores, found in woodworking books and magazines, and even downloaded from the Internet. Some of the downloadable plans are free of charge while others cost money. You will find the average set of plans contains a list of supplies needed and detailed instructions on how to complete the project from start to finish. These instructions usually consist of both text and images for you to follow along with.

Here Are Some Cool Beginners Projects, Tools and Books to Consider

Getting started with a simple woodworking project usually require basic hand tools like a table saw, circular saw, router, drill and sander. Every woodworker has favorite tools that they end up using more than others. It all depends on what works best for you and what kind of projects you’re doing. To learn more about woodworking, check out one or more of the many books on the subject.

Two top titles are: Getting Started in Woodworking: Skill Building Projects that Teach the Basics by Aim

 

36 Simple DIY Woodwork Projects to Get You Started

1. Simple Pallet Shelf

how to make a simple pallet shelf

Simple Pallet Shelf

As a beginner, you will find fast completing projects to be very gratifying. But while they can be completed in shorter time frames, family and friends will certainly compliment your art form or better still enquire on where you made its purchase. A pallet shelf is easy and quick to make. And the best part is that it costs almost nothing if you have the planks available. Visit Pallet University to get more information how to make this.

 

2. Exhibit Art

DIY wood frame for photos and printables

Exhibit Art

Frames are awesome, no doubt. But buying them ends up being too expensive. Well, there is a cheaper alternative – making your own. This simple wood project is easy to make for less than five dollars requiring only convenient wood joiners and wood glue. This particular tutorial shows you how to do it with and without a miter saw – no assumptions made. This guide from itsalwaysautumn includes instructions for DIYers with or without a miter saw.

 

3. Wooden Sofa Sleeve Cup Holder

Wooden Sofa Sleeve Cup Holder Plan

Wooden Sofa Sleeve Cup Holder

There is really nothing to it. I mean, who can’t put three board pieces together and cut out a hole in one of them to solve the problematic coffee spills while watching your favorite TV series or movies. How did you not think of that, right? This plan comes from Mandi Johnson from A Beautiful Mess.

 

 

 

4. Vintage Crates

How to Make Vintage Crates

Vintage Crates

I loooove vintage crates. The problem I had was that they were too expensive, just because they were vintage, and I just couldn’t get the size I wanted. If you are like me, make your own. It is just like a simple wooden box, only bigger and without a lid. There is really nothing intimidating about it. Image courtesy of http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net

 

 

5. Wall Planter with Address Number

Wall Planter with Address Number

Wall Planter with Address Number

What better way to announce pride in your home than a simple but stylish piece of practical art? I am obsessed with out of the box and creative pieces. This can be and should be your next project to boost your home’s curb appeal. This DIY idea comes from Shanty2Chic.

 

 

 

6. Wooden iPad Dock

Wooden iPad Dock

Wooden iPad Dock

I am always in awe of the numerous single piece wood projects people come up with. But right at the top of my list is David Bakker – inventor and designer of the wooden iPad dock which fuses technology and art in an all so glorious manner.

 

 

 

 

7. Wooden USB Drive

Wooden USB Drive

Wooden USB Drive

I always thought smaller items were the easiest to make. But boy was I mistaken. They require a steady hand and great patience. This USB drive project might push you to the limit but believe in yourself. Other than being delicate, this is a quick and easy project.

 

 

 

8. Floating Bottle Holder (Wine)

Floating Bottle Holder (Wine)

Floating Bottle Holder (Wine)

I am a magic fanatic. Criss Angel is my guy. But much as I love illusions, I always feel dumb when it’s done. On one hand, you know magic doesn’t exist but on the other, you cannot prove any of those claims despite the fact you saw it all happen before your eyes.
I will assume it’s all physics just so that it is something explainable – at least. Creator is Craftknowitall.

 

 

9. Simple Wooden Boxes

Simple Wooden Boxes

Simple Wooden Boxes

These are the perfect beginning. They will educate you on simple design and basic forms and equip you to take on more complex projects. Created by Photozz.

10. Wooden Arrow Wall Art

Wooden Arrow Wall Art

Wooden Arrow Wall Art

First time I saw this piece my mind broke out into a frenzy trying to decide the best place to put it up. You see, the question was not if I was going to make it, but when I would be done with it. It is a project that will not put any stress on your mind nor render you broke. Creator is Ashley at Cherished Bliss.

11. Wooden Birdhouse

This is the perfect project for boy scouts and girl guides. Kids naturally love all thing natural including birds. As such, I cannot possibly think of any better project to embark on than the birdhouse with your young ones. It’s an easy way to bond and create lasting memories.

12. Wood Plank Wine Rack

At least this isn’t so mind boggling now, is it? It’s insanely easy. I mean, how hard can nailing a wooden plank to the wall be? Have the holes drilled through in a slanting position to better the art when you incorporate the wine bottles.

13. X Table

This is the perfect summer project to take up. The trick is in its X-shaped stands. It helped when I thought of them like normal crisscrossed legs.

14. Wooden Door Mats

Door mats come in all shapes and sizes. I have seen some with funny characters and sayings on them, but this is by far the best welcome mat I have seen. It is unique and best of all extremely easy to clean.

15. Lazy Susan

Who in God’s Name is Susan? And how does she have a piece of woodwork named after her? Well, from the name, she probably was the laziest of all Susan’s to ever live. The retro design in this piece suggests she lived eons ago.
The lazy Susan is perfect and though can be highly complex comes in a simplistic design that the lazy in all of us can handle.

16. Baseball Coat Hanger

This piece is great in a kid’s room. It is a creative and functional piece. A quick glance and you can tell it is easy to design.

17. Hanging Basket Frame

Straying away from the norm is fun. Trust me I know. Being normal is too cliché. So rather than have your flower basket in your porch, make this basket frame. The fact that the basket hangs in midair adds some intrigue to it.

18. Jelly Bean Dispenser

Candy is far much sweeter when gotten from a dispenser – or probably it’s just me. Whichever the case, this candy dispenser can dispense any form of candy the same size as jelly beans. Give your child something to remember when they grow up.

19. Wood Candle Holder

This wooden candle holder is so simple that I am tempted to think it actually makes itself. To give it more effect, you could throw in different stains to the wooden layers before assembly. You could customize it into any color you think will blend perfectly with your interior.

20. Wooden Bookends

There are very few wood art projects that do not require accuracy in measurement. It is because of this fact that this piece is all so intriguing. Its rustic feel is all so unique and captivating. It’s hard to imagine such simplistic art comes from wood.

21. Wooden Spoons

I often find myself wondering how it would feel to be a caveman using tools made of stone and spoons made from wood (well, not quite, but you get the idea). As far as primitive utensils go, wooden spoons are the bomb. Making them will not only be fun, but you will also gain some very important survival skills.
To make these, you will not need any power tools which is why it is such an intimate project and very personal useful tool.

22. Hanging Planter

Mid-century designs and architecture have a special place in my heart. They are homely and downright attractive when done right. This mid-century hanging plantar can definitely accentuate your home adding a whole new look to it. I just had to have it in the list.

23. Metal Piped Table

This particular project has more steps than most and incorporates both wood and metal (evidently, from its name). It still qualifies to be in this list given its simple design and easy assembly. Its creativity cannot be disputed by anyone, even modern day professionals.

24. Office Supply Tray

This is yet another project that will measure your patience and accuracy. In this project you will be required to make many cuts and measure more than twice just to be sure you have the correct measurements. But while you have your work cut out with this one, the results are well rewarding. Build Basic lays out all the steps that you will need to follow.

25. Homemade Bottle Vase

This particular project is visual. Even the plans available for its creation features lots of images. Heck, some of its original content might be in German that Google translate cannot deal with. It is satisfying to look at and will most certainly add life to your home.

26. Side Table

Do not be mistaken. This is a beginner’s wood work project, only a level harder. It will require you to bring out your intermediate skills in woodwork to nail it. But while it requires a more challenging skill-set, it is cheap and simple. Cheaper than what you might get a side table of the same level of coolness for.

27. Napkin Holder

Napkins tend to fly away leaving you out to dry when out for a picnic. Not anymore though. You can hold them down with this simple piece of woodwork. It is simple in every sense. You just might need to pay more attention to the finishing to have it smooth and devoid of any wood chippings.

28. Upcycle Crates

When I first saw it I was impressed and thought to myself, “who am I kidding”? I cannot pull that off’. But to my surprise, it’s incredibly simple. Do not let its elegance scare you away. Just a few screw casters though a sheet of plywood for the base and crates for the top is all you need.
A quick note to remember, ensure you have the crates facing outwards so they can also double up as shelves.

29. Pet Bed

Make building a home for your pet your next wood working project. And no, it is not as complex as a dog house. Some furring strips, pine board and wood is all you need. Fasten them together with wood glue, a joining jig and a nail gun to speed up the process.

30. Bottle Carrier

It’s a wine rack. It’s rustic and charming. You could have it well finished or raw on the surfaces, either way you prefer it will still stand out. All you need is to saw your pieces to equal sizes, stain and dry them overnight and then put them together. Some wood glue and nail gun will make the process easier for you. You could also mount a bottle opener on its side to finish the classic look.

31. Pet Feeding Station

This is a great wood projects for beginners. Who said you have to have a plate for your dog? A feeding station will also do just fine and will set you apart from the pack. What is great is the fact that you can put it together in less than an hour when you set your mind to it. Pine plank and furniture legs are all you require. Have the legs blend in with the decor you have going on. The paint and finishing touches should also scream out your personality.

32. Rustic Lamp

With a lamp kit from your favorite local store, you can easily, in a matter of minutes turn any piece pf log lying around your house into a decent lamp accentuating your décor. I must say, I never thought a piece of oblong log had so much potential before seeing this. If you please, you could paint or better yet, just varnish it.

33. Rustic Candle Holder

Add some life and charm into your home. Or better yet, bring the country life into your city pad with this piece of art. The horseshoes used as legs for the holder seals the deal – creativity at its best.

34. Make the Cut

What is so special about the wooden chopping boards you got from the mall? Nothing. In fact, if you wanted to you could replicate it. Armed with a table saw, untreated hardwood and sandpaper you will be good to go to dive into your culinary creation. But so that you are sure it is food safe, make sure the mineral oil used is food grade.

35. Point the Way

There is something with arrow designs – seeing that this is the second one in the list. Just like the previous one, it is simple and only needs a right angle, a miter saw and some craft wood to hack. You could choose to stain the wood to match your décor or otherwise. This simple wood projects shall point you in the right direction.

36. Skyline Wall Art

This is a piece oozing of creativity. Using a pallet board as the background and arrange leftover wood pieces to give it a great skyline look. It’s a great icebreaker in an office space or living room.

 

Simple Woodworking Projects: Securing the Right Plans for Every Project

Beginner woodworking projects are a great way for people who want to get started in woodworking. Woodworking projects for home can bring a unique style of décor to your house and are very friendly on your budget. You can customize your projects into anything that appeals to your eyes. Easy woodworking projects can be a way to earn a living, and is also a great way to spend your free time. However, before getting started in woodworking, there are a few basic requirements that you need to know to make your work easy and exciting.

As a beginner in woodworking, there is some essential equipment that one needs to have before getting started:

  • Cordless drill
  • Jigsaw, circular saw, and handsaw
  • Screws including wood screws, sheet metal screws, drywall screws, and machine screws. (The choice of screws depend on the materials you’re working on.)
  • Belt sander, orbit sander, and hand sander
  • Paints such as latex or oil based paint (The choice of paint will depend on the materials used on the project.)
  • Miscellaneous equipment such wood glue, nails, hammer, clamps, working table, chisels, angle ruler, tape measure, hinges

Woodwork projects for beginners come with simple kits. Sites like Tedswoodworking provides easy-to-follow instructions and simple illustrations. These projects are safe and meet quality standards. The projects range from basics to grand woodwork projects that require extra skills. For those who are masters of the wood and its art, these projects are an excellent way to brush up on those unused talents!

Plans are necessary guidelines that you refer to when working on a project. The right plans, especially for a beginner, can be found by googling the internet or can be bought in home improvement stores.

When you’re eager to start a project, taking the time to obtain the right materials can seem like a drag. Anxious to get going, you might be tempted to use whatever is at hand. Don’t disregard this part of the building process —the wrong materials can cause significant problems. If you choose wrong, you’ll have trouble fitting the joints or perhaps will spend more time than is necessary finishing (or refinishing). Worst of all, using the wrong materials can weaken your project and make the finished item less durable. Take the trouble to learn about your materials, and you can look forward to successful woodworking with a minimum of fuss and bother.

birdhouse plans

Birdhouse Plans

As young children, we’ve all dreamed of customized arboretums and birdhouses. Wood, if manipulated and modeled correctly can form an incredible selection of objects. Learn how to build a great looking birdhouse with our simple beginners birdhouse plans!

 

router table plans

Router Table Plans

Buying new equipment can burn a big hole in your pocket of when starting on new projects. Learn how to build your own router table and save all that money! This article will show you how to build your own router table using the provided router table plans.

 

bookcase plans

Bookcase Plans

Every book lover has a dream of keeping their precious and hard earned books in the perfect cabinet. Don’t leave those books lying all over the place, keep them safe them with our great DIY bookcase plans!

Below is a list of both popular indoor and outdoor cool woodworking projects that one can try and refine their skills with.

Project 01: Making a White Indoor Sofa Set

You can make an amazing white indoor sofa set for your home. White sofa sets are the choice of many people because they look simple and adorable. If you have sufficient space in your home or want to replace the existing sofa then this woodworking project is a great beginner’s undertaking. To make a simple and stylish white sofa set you need just a few things. For instance, you need some wooden pallets, cozy cushions, and screws. You will also need the proper basic tools including saws, drill machines, nails, sandpaper, paint, etc.

The design of a white sofa is fairly simple, which is why it is a good beginner’s project. Next step is to it get the right wood to make a white table for this sofa set. Join the wood and attach the wheels as well. When you are done constructing the table and sofa paint them in white and set it aside to dry. After painting, purchase cushions that fit the sofa’s frame. Note that this is a white sofa, therefore, you need to get white covers for the cushions to give it an elegant look.

Project 02: Make Vintage Wooden Sectional Sofa:

You can make a vintage wooden sectional sofa by yourself. If you have less space in your home and want a classic look, then you can go for this idea. A vintage sofa is a part of beginner woodworking project that is easy and inexpensive as well. To make a pallet sofa, you need to get some pallets, imagine that! Secure the pallets to make the base of sectional sofa. Cut the pallets in the same overall width. It’s also called L shape sofa. After making the base, you need to get the mattress for your sectional sofa. The size of the mattress and sofa should be same. Get some cushions large or small with the same color or different colors according to your needs and place them on the sectional sofa. For adorable indoor look, multicolor cushions are advisable and avoid paint to give it more traditional look.

Project 03: Join Pallets And Hang Different Things:

You can make this woodworking project to hang most of your things that are placed haphazardly in your room. Often your children are too lazy to keep the things in place, and such a pallet project would be a good idea as a training device for the little darlings. This is simple beginner woodworking project that will look so enchanting in your home irrespective of the size of the room. You can hang your scarfs, mufflers, shoulder bags and hats over the hangar keeping your room tidy. To make this you need to get 9 wooden pallets. Secure the pallets to the wall of your room first. Place three pallets horizontally at the back then join the six pallets vertically with three pallets. After securing the pallets with nails, next, you need to paint the pallets. To make them colorful and cool, you can paint each pallet in different colors. When the paint is properly dried just hang up your things and save more space in your room.

Project 04: Make Pallet Sofa With Some Storage:

You can also make a pallet sofa with some storage capacity. Often you have plenty of things in your home that you can’t place anywhere. So in such cases, you want to go for such woodworking projects that save space and look highly beautiful for indoors. One good idea is to make a multipurpose sofa. You can make a storage sofa for your kid’s room or your living room as well. Your children will love to sit and study on such a sofa as they can serve as a storage facility for their books. To make this incredible storage sofa, you need few pallets, a sofa mattress, and three cushions. First join the pallets and you might choose to paint the pallets or not. Next you need to place sofa mattress over the pallets and to make it more elegant use the one that covers its backside as well. Then place three cushions over it to get a comfortable sitting area. Now you have your sofa with some plenty of storage places you can use.

Project 05: Make Vase And Other Decoration Pieces:

Wood can make a lot of amazing and unique things besides the normal furniture. The beauty of your home is not entirely dependent on furniture. Other crafted wood designs that can be placed on the table or hung on the walls can also give a fabulous look at your home. To make a vase, you need some small wood logs. Cut them in a proper size. The diameter should be 2 inches while the length can also be 1.5-2.5 inches. Note the length should be the same. Now get a vase or use some old bucket and join the logs with it by using wood gum or wood glue and secure the logs. You can paint in the color of your choice to give it a brilliant look. Now place some of your favorite flowers in it. The wooden vase can be placed on the side table and can do well if used in outdoor tables.

Project 06: Make Indoor Pallet Swing Chair:

After the long hectic day, you want to release your stress and tension. One of the easiest thing that you can do in this regard is that make an indoor pallet swing chair for your home with your own hands. This is really a great beginner woodworking project for those who love a swing. But before starting this project make sure that the roof of your home is strong enough to support this swing chair and your weight as well. If the roof is not that strong, then don’t choose it for indoors rather choose it for outdoors. To make an indoor swing chair you need to gather and secure some pallets. Paint them in white and place a cozy white mattress over it

But before placing the mattress you need to do some other things such as use some rope or metal chain to fasten this swing chair with the roof or with a tree in case of outdoors.

Project 07: Make Pallet Pot Rack For Your Kitchen:

This is another simple project to decorate your kitchen and save a lot of space. A pot rack will make your interior have an awesome and unique look. To make a pallet pot rack, you need to gather some pallets and cut some lumber in accordance with your desired pot rack length. Tie them up in an appropriate square or rectangle shape. Add screw hooks on the top of the rack for the purpose of hanging your kitchen items such as pans and spoons. Don’t forget to attach hooks with it so that you may fasten it with the walls using a strong chain. To make a pot rack more stylish and friendly, you can paint the pallets with same or different colors that will give your kitchen a cozy country theme.

Project 08: Make Rusting Pencil Holders:

You can also decorate your study table by making rustic pencil holders. If you want to make something for your children as a beginner woodworker, then don’t forget to try this project. These pencil holders look fantastic when placed on the study table. Moreover, it becomes convenient for your children to place and take out pencils out of these pencil holders. In addition, your child will be finding it easy to pick any color by just rotating the holder. To a pencil holder you just need a log. Get an appropriately sized log that may fit in perfectly on the study table and make some holes using your drill. The holes should be deep enough to hold the pencils.

Project 9: Make Indoor Daybed:

You can make a pallet daybed for your children as a beginner woodworker. This indoor daybed can decorate your space in a very good way. This daybed is good and can be used for so many purposes. Your children can sleep and study on this bed. It can serve a lot of other functions as well. To make this daybed, you need to get a lot of equal sized pallets. These pallets are should be clean and without any damage, because otherwise, they will not last very long. For daybeds, you need only to make a base. Make proper base and paint any color of your choice. Then place a mattress over it. Use some pillows and cushions to give it a complete look.

Project 10: Make Indoor Bookshelves:

There are a lot of woodworking ideas to make book shelves. You can make wooden bookshelves for your home in amazing ways. If you have a lot of space at your disposal, then you can decide a corner where you make wooden book shelves. In case there is no space be creative and exploit the underneath of your stairs. Usually, such place goes to waste as you don’t use them for any particular purpose. But making wooden shelves in such a place is really a great idea. The woods should be painted to make them have an elegant look. To complement the area, you can place a table below the shelves and make it a study area or a home for your PC.

cabinet plans

Cabinet Plans

Building a cabinet is not as difficult as it is sometimes seems to be. All you need is a passion for DIY projects, some basic woodworking skills, a great guide and patience for following instructions. This article will show you how to build your own cabinet using the provided DIY cabinet plans.

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dresser plans

Dresser Plans

On an intermediary woodworking level, most dresser carpentry jobs would involve either refurbishing an old piece or maybe recreating a dresser from another wood article, or even constructing a compound piece. Our article will teach you how to build your own dresser using the provided DIY dresser plans.

cat house plans

Cat House Plans

An outdoor cat house comes in handy during spells of bad weather. A DIY cat-house is very convenient since you can adjust it to your cat’s size and temperament. Learn how to build your own cat house using the provided cat house plans.

Outdoor Beginner Woodwork Projects

Project 01: Make Outdoor Pallet Fence:

You can also make fantastic and simple pallet fence for your backyard garden or patio. This kind of fence is really easy to make and has so many advantages attached to it. First of all, it separates the area of your garden, so it works like a partition. Secondly, it keeps pets and other animals out of the garden, so your plants and other things remain safe. Thirdly it adds the beauty to your patio. So going with such an amazing project is certainly a great idea. To create a pallet fence, you need a drill, nails, and pallets. Remember your style of the fence reflects the rest of your home.

Project 02: Make Beautiful Wall Garden:

If you lack sufficient space in your backyard garden, then make a beautiful wall garden with wood. Wall gardens not only look beautiful but also you can place different pots in it as well. Make use of vegetables and ornamental plants to make the garden more beautiful and eye catching. To make this wall garden, you need some pallets. Get some pallets in extra-large size for the back and small pallets for the pots where you will place different plants. First join the long pallets and then arrange the pots inappropriate way. Within a few weeks when the plants mature you will have a beautiful wall garden.

Project 3: Make Bar With Stools For Outdoor:

You can decorate your outdoor space area with a bar table and stools. This is also a somewhat easy beginner woodwork project that can meet your outdoor needs. You can have fun with your friends in the evening while sitting at your own bar. An outdoor bar arrangement is similar to the arrangement that you see in different clubs and casinos. First, make the bar with pallets and paint it. Use any paint color but keep it simple. On the top area, you can use oil base paints to give it an elegant look. Next, make stools while keeping the size of the bar in mind. Without proper measurement, you will either make too big or too small stools. So get an appropriate measurement before working.

Project 04: Make Outdoor Pallet Table:

If you just want to make an outdoor pallet table as a beginner woodworker, then it’s also a good idea. If you have metal chairs and want to make pallet table, then you can start this project. This woodworking pallet table project is very easy. All you need is to get some pallets to start this project. To make this pallet table, you need to gather pallets of equal size and join them together. Look for four wheels and attach them at the bottom and by doing so, you’re able to drag your table easily in your backyard garden.

Project 05: Make Comfy Daybed For Outdoor:

You can easily try to make a comfy outdoor daybed as a beginner. A daybed will meet your comfort needs, and you will love to sit there during your leisure time. To get this, you need some pallets, four wheels, mattress, and cushions. Don’t paint this comfy sofa and give it rustic look. If you are using if for summers, then keep the covers in light colors while for the winters you can get the dark colors for cushions.

Conclusion

Woodworking is an easy job, and everyone can be a skilled woodworker if you’re able to use the essential tools and follow simple instructions. If you have never considered trying woodwork, I will urge you to tackle and easy piece first, and it’s a guarantee you’ll be wanting to take another project. Beginning woodworkers should take heart in the fact that these awesome woodwork projects are perfected with time and sooner or later you will get it right. Beginner woodworking projects prove that building great furniture doesn’t require an intricate design or a master craftsman’s skills.