Classic Sawhorse I’ve found a sturdy sawhorse that’s great even if you have limited space. When I’m done working with them I just stack them on top of each other and store them out of the way. Here’s all it takes to build one horse: One 42-in.-long 2×6 for the top board Four 28-in.-long 1×8 boards for the legs Four 9-7/8-in.-long 1×8 boards for the gussets Thirty-six 2-in.wood screws. Notch …
Anyone Can Make These 10 Beautiful and Useful DIY Accessories for a Garden Outdoors
If you need clever ideas on how to organize and store the tools in your workshop, then this album is for you! We have more tool storage ideas for you on our site at http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/7x1b One of the secrets of a safe and efficient workshop is an organized and accessible tool storage system.
String Dispensers Here’s a great way to reuse empty CD/DVD containers. Drill a hole in the top for the string to slide through, then screw the lid under a shelf and snap on the string-loaded container. Pull down and snip off the desired length and never worry that your ball of string will roll away across the floor dragging its tail behind it!
Cordless Tool Station Woodworking Plan. This handy wall-hung holster stores your cordless drills, impact drivers, and nailers, while keeping accessories—especially those pesky battery chargers—contained and close at hand. Featured in the October 2013 issue of WOOD.
What about something like this for centerpieces? Depends on the shape of the table but that would be a beautiful, non traditional decoration. Just use pretty-shaped regular logs instead of driftwood and we could have friends make them for cheappp. s