Long weekends are great right? You get an extra day off work. Spend the obligatory time with them family and then… Hopefully get a little shop time in. So what are a few projects you can knock out during a Long Weekend? Here are 5 of my Favorites from the website!
Each of these projects also comes with a quick YouTube tutorial to make your life easier. So make sure you check out the video (and please subscribe to my channel and give the video a thumbs up) and make sure if you build any of these to let me know so I can share your projects!
Wooden Cake Knife
By far one of the most popular projects I’ve posted. With a few pieces of scrap wood and a lot of sanding, you can very easily make your own Wooden Cake Knife!
Watch the video above and then head on over to the Wooden Cake Knife tutorial to make your own!
Live Edge Laptop Tray
This is another great scrap wood project that really gives you a canvas to add some personal flare! I made this as a 5th anniversary present that’s traditional something made of wood for your partner.
Watch the video above and then head on over to the Laptop Tray tutorial to make your own!
Wooden Wall Art
Empty wall space is boring. Wooden wall art in a geometric pattern is way more fun and pretty easy to do. With a few basic tools and a little “mathing” you can knock this project out in a day.
Watch the video above and then head on over to the Wood Mosaic Tutorial to make your own!
Round Top Kitchen Table
If you’re feeling a little more ambitious, this Round Top, Patchwork Kitchen Table is easier to make than you might think. If you’ve got a router and don’t mind walking around in circles for a few minutes you can easily knock this project out!
Watch the video above and then head on over to the Timothy Table Tutorial to make your own!
Live Edge Charcuterie Board
The most difficult to spell and the easiest to make, Charcuterie boards are all the rage for holiday season gifts. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a head start now!
Watch the video above and then head on over to the Live Edge Charcuterie Board tutorial to make your own!