Easy Small wood projects : 10 Cool wood projects

Hello Woodpeckers ! I know you just can't be happy by cavity-nesting whole day. So lets get some chicks by drumming with our beaks.

Just finished the custom wooden tool box which I was working on earlier. Now i can easily lock my professional tools up with proper safety. It looks pretty damn awesome. Aha, Anyway. Recently I was looking for some easy small wood projects for my kids. Their curiosity about wood projects really melts my heart. So I was wondering if I could arrange some projects that we all can finish together. A family time like this can easily relive the stress out.

So, I listed some easy woodworking projects not just for my kids but for all of you guys. It doesn't cost much and doesn't require a lot of Pro Tools. Hopefully, you guys will try these Cool DIY Projects out.

Cheers !

1. DIY Chalkboard Organizer

I'm not the only one in the house with a memory distortion problem. The reminders doesn't work that well. But, visual treatments do. Just look at that thing !

Yeah, that's the process. You'll remember everything.

DIY Chalkboard Organizer

Required Tools -

  • Table Saw
  • Miter Saw
  • Drill
  • Nail Gun

DIY Instructions - Saw dust 2 Stitches

2. Simple toy display

Yes, That's our first project. My kids are pretty much messy about all of their stuffs. This toy cabinet will neatly arrange their toys and will also work as a display. And the funniest part is, there is no cost at all. 100 Things 2 Do really did an awesome job in this project.

Simple toy display

Required Tools -

  • Saw
  • Wood Screw

DIY Instructions - 100 Things 2 Do

3. Rounded Wooden Doormat

This doormat is cool. It's a half circle wooden doormat. Just like a rising sun. Pretty neat. And pretty easy to make if you follow the instruction given by Reality Day Dream. Those little pieces of wood really works as a gripper as they ensure a better friction. And the gap ensures the neatness. Great job.

ROUNDED WOODEN DOORMAT

Required Tools -

  • 1/4" Nylon string
  • 1/4" Roundover Router bit
  • Stain
  • Sealer

DIY Instruction - Reality Day Dream

4. DIY Wooden Jewelry Holder

Why haven't I thought of this earlier ? The most simple way to keep your jewelry untangled and organized. This is all about sheer creativity. All you need is some scrap wooden pieces and a wooden board to do all this stuff. Perfectly attractive, as DIY Huntress always do.

DIY WOODEN JEWELRY HOLDER

Required Tools -

  • Miter Saw
  • Circular Saw or Table Saw
  • Sander & Sanding Discs
  • Pencil
  • Tape Measure
  • Nail Gun
  • Drill

DIY Instructions - DIY Huntress

5. Mid-Century Modern Clock

This clock came straight out of my grandma's mid century guest room. But the design is actually more modern than these days. Classic designs are pretty neat and awesome. The bold and elegant look can really renovate your living spaces.

MID-CENTURY MODERN ESQUE STARBURST CLOCK

Required Tools -

  • Skewers
  • Clock
  • Spray Paint
  • Loctite

DIY Instructions - Reality Day Dream

6. DIY Weekly Chalkboard Menu Board

This is another beautiful chalkboard project that I really love. It really reminds me of my childhood days. My Grandpa used to have one of this in their house. And all of those boards said "Beers", can you believe that ? This board is a must do thing. Another great job from Reality Day Dream.

DIY WEEKLY CHALKBOARD MENU BOARD

Required Tools -

  • Chalkboard Wall decal
  • Screw Eye Rings
  • Screw Eye Hooks
  • Letters (Scrabble Letters)
  • Wood stain

DIY Instructions - Reality Day Dream

7. Bread Cutting Board with Crumb Catcher

Bread crumbs are really essential when you are backing something. They improves the crunchy flavor and texture. And this incredible cutting board is specially made for cutting breads. You can cut other things too, but when it comes to bread, this board is the best. So, time to stop crumbling with bread crumbs. Catch 'em all.

Required Tools -

  • Planer
  • 3D pushblock
  • Clamps

DIY Instructions - 3x3 Custom

8. Wooden Doormat

Another beautiful easy wood project that you can try out. This doormat looks pretty solid. Smart in looks and utilization. With some wooden boards and ropes you can frame this wooden mat into one piece. Saw Dust 2 Stitches never fails to surprise me. Great job indeed.

Wooden Doormat

Required Tools -

  • Miter Saw
  • Drill
  • Tape Measure
  • Safety Glasses
  • Nail Gun

DIY Instructions - Saw Dust 2 Stitches

9. Pottery Barn Inspired Glass Rack

You can make this wooden glass rack just by using scrap woods and your spare time. Those upside down wine glasses really look smart and easy to handle. This beautiful spacious and handy rack is one of the best creations of Saw Dust 2 Stitches. Lets try this out.

Pottery Barn Inspired Glass Rack

Required Tools -

  • Jigsaw
  • Tape Measure
  • Miter Saw
  • Nailer
  • Wood Glue
  • Sander

DIY Instructions - Saw Dust 2 Stitches

10. Re purposed Table Top into Game Box

Overflowing toys and games are hard to organize. And kids certainly won't solve that problem for you. I used to store my chess and checkers pieces into my folding chess board. This concept stands on that principle but in a larger perspective. This is a great project by My Love 2 Create.
Repurposed Table Top into Game Box

DIY Instructions - My Love 2 Create