40 Outdoor Woodworking Projects For Beginners - Page: 1
40 outdoor woodworking projects for beginners is post about Woodworking bookmarked by isaac with ID 1326748145 was uploaded on 11-03-2019 and has been viewed 198,067 times.
Easy Timber BenchIf you have some experience with power tools, you'll have this timber bench built in just a few hours, though staining it may add a couple hours more.All materials are readily available at home centers.
Modern-Style BirdhouseMake this minimalist birdhouse on a Saturday morning, and learn some tricks to matching tough angles in the process.Plus, there's a video tutorial to take you through the project, step-by-step!Raised PlanterThis sturdy, easy-to-build planter is perfect for a vegetable garden or flower bed, and it can go anywhere around your home—in the backyard, on the patio or deck, on the front porch, you name it! Get the full, simple plans here.
Garden ClosetIf you don't have room in your yard for a large, freestanding shed, you can still create plenty of space for garden tools with a shed attached to the back or side of the house.This garden closet project is easy to build, even for a beginner.
If you're an experienced builder, you can build this shed in a couple of weekends.Cornhole BoardsThis classic backyard game is easy and inexpensive to make yourself.And with legs that fold up, it's easy to tote along for tailgating, camping and more.
Plus, watch the video tutorial for a quick how-to!Classic Wooden CartIf you enjoy gardening but not making multiple trips to collect tools, fertilizer, flats of plants, mulch, a garden hose and a w**d bucket, you'll love this simple cart.
It's lightweight and easy to maneuver, but it works like a heavyweight.It's easy to build with these step-by-step plans.Butterfly HouseButterflies like the protection of dark, sheltered areas—whether it's for months at a time (during long, cold winters), or for just a few moments (when dodging hungry predators).
Here's a simple refuge you can build for them for under $20.Island DeckThe simplicity of this ground level deck makes it fast to build.With a helper and all the materials ready to go first thing in the morning, you can have a completed ground level deck before sundown.
Get the complete plans for this project here.Backyard BoardwalkPaths built with concrete, stone or pavers are expensive and labor intensive.They require a lot of digging, hauling of tons of materials and the disposal of tons of soil.
If you're looking for an easier path, consider a wooden walkway, especially for wet or sloped sites.DIY Garden CartWheelbarrows are great for hauling stuff around the yard—unless you're working on a hill, or trying to negotiate steps and rough terrain, or moving a lot of bulky material like leaves and branch trimmings, you get the idea.
This beefed up two-wheel garden cart is a must for your yard chores.Follow these simple plans to build it yourself.Backyard Privacy ScreenWe'll show you a foolproof technique for laying out this privacy fence to ensure you get perfect post positioning.
Get the full step-by-step plans for building this privacy screen in your backyard.Garden ArborThis combination arbor and swing may look like a challenging, weeks-long project, but it's not.If you can drive screws and handle a saw, you can build it in a weekend.
Campfire BenchThis simple, sturdy campfire bench is perfect for the backyard or cabin.Build it with your kids this weekend and park it next to your fire pit or under a shade tree.Classic Adirondack ChairPlop down in one of these solid wood chairs and you'll appreciate the comfort of this traditional design.
You don't have to be an expert to build it either.All the parts of this solid, great-looking Adirondack chair can be cut with a circular saw and jigsaw, then assembled with a drill, a few clamps and glue.
Patio PlanterThis planter is designed to make your patio or deck gardening much easier.Instead of filling it with dirt and planting each flower or plant individually, you simply set prepotted plants right into the planter.
Build one for your outdoor space with these plans...