Woodshop Project Ideas : 11 Easy woodworking projects

Hello fellow Woodpeckers ! Get in the groove with your funks cause it's time to renovate your tree trunks.

Nowadays people look for most profitable woodworking projects to build and sell. And that's a great idea to give some healthy diet to your wallet. You can use scrap woods, pallets or even tree trunks to create a fruitful woodworking project. You don't need to come up with a obnoxious complex idea to create something. The more simple and pragmatic it is the more appropriate it will be. Personally, I really love to renovate my house with easy small woodworking projects. They are simple and easy to do. But, my heart always thrives for advance stuffs, hahaha. . . . .

Anyway, here are some crazy woodshop project ideas that you can try. I'm already in love with these. You know what they say -  "Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence."

1. DIY Wood Slice Tall Floor Vase

This wood slice vase is dope. I have a decayed earthenware in my house. Now i know what to do with that thing. And this is super easy. All you need to do is to make some wood slice from various wood branches and stick them to your vase. Keep some variations in the wood slices to give it a pretty decent texture. Easy and simple. Hats off to Reality Day Dream.

Required Tools -

  • Cheap Floor vase
  • Quick Drying Adhesive
  • White spray paint

DIY Instructions - Reality Day Dream

2. Wooden Heart Decor

Have some 2x4 scrap wood lying around ? Don't know what to do with them ? Is your deep frustration rupturing your lost inner soul (No pun intended) ? Then it's time to bring them to life.

This wooden heart wall decor is an eye candy. I just really love the block texture and those beautiful colors. You can do a simple frame just like Hazel And Gold Designs did or just design one of your own. All you need to do is cut, paint and stick it to a frame. That's how easy it is. Adorable.

Wooden Heart Decor

Required Tools -

  • Miter saw (For cutting them into pieces)
  • Acrylic Paint Tube
  • Sandpaper
  • Wood Stain

 

DIY Instructions - Hazel And Gold Designs

3. Wooden Modern Headboard

There are loads of DIY headboard designs in the internet. But this one is my favorite. You can just literally feel them with your eyes. The 3D texture is neat and elegant. The gradient finish gives the headboard a great look. Great way to renovate your living space. Again, Great job Reality Day Dream.

WOODEN MODERN HEADBOARD

Required Tools -

  • Miter Saw
  • Nail gun
  • Pan head pocket screws
  • Wood Stain
  • Wood conditioner

 

DIY Instruction - Reality Day Dream

4. Cherry Java Clock

Have you ever seen an epoxy poured clock with coffee beans in it ? Me neither. This is a beautiful piece of art. Those big cracks and rotten areas were covered pretty cleverly with cool epoxy pourings. This is how you improvise like a boss. And the coffee beans texture adds an extra punch to the scene. Great job Lazy Guy DIY.

Cherry Java Clock

Required Tools -

  • Clock Movement
  • Ceramic Sanding Belt
  • Epoxy Resin
  • Acrylic Craft paint
  • Finishing Oil

DIY Instructions - Lazy Guy DIY

5. DIY Paint Stick Frame

You use a glass mirror to see your face, you use works of art to see your soul. That's an old saying by G.B Shaw. But this mirror is the state of the art. There is no fixation about the patterns of the frame. You can create your very own design if you want to. This is one simple mirror that you can easily try. All you need to do is gather some materials and follow Jaime Costiglio's instruction.

DIY PAINT STICK FRAME

Required Tools -

  • Adhesive
  • Miter Saw
  • Drill
  • Scroll Saw, Band saw or hacksaw
  • Mirror, Stain and Paint
  • Measuring Tape

DIY Instructions - Jaime Costiglio

6. Fish bone Chair

This is so oddly satisfying. This another great DIY design by Remodelaholic. This is a wood piece puzzle design that doesn't need any nail, screw or not even any adhesive. The less space you can give between each croissant, the more comfortable it will be. This chair is more comfortable and stout than you think. One day, maybe one day i'll make one of these for myself.

FISHBONE CHAIR

Required Tools -

  • Saw
  • Router
  • Sander

DIY Instructions - Remodelaholic

7. DIY Planked X Farmhouse Side Table

This DIY side table is very simple but fashionable. It kinda adds a stroke of luxury to your living or work space. The inner X part can be used as a storage where you can store or display your stuffs. The strength of this side table comes from the X. It creates a balance in distributing weights. So it can handle heavy things with an ease.

DIY PLANKED X FARMHOUSE SIDE TABLE

Required Tools -

  • Drill
  • Circular Saw
  • Adhesive
  • Pocket hole system
  • Clamps

DIY Instructions - Remodelaholic

8. Textured Headboard and Foot board

This is another beautiful Headboard design. But this one is quite different than the previous one. This one follows a fixed pattern. The most beautiful thing about this headboard is the rustic texture. It kinda lifts up the environment of your living room. Give this DIY project a shot, it's worth it.

Textured Headboard and Footboard

Required Tools -

  • Miter Saw
  • Wood Stain
  • Adhesive and Screws
  • Sander
  • Router

DIY Instructions - Hazel And Gold Designs

9. Modern Coffee Table

Time to turn two wood slabs into a beautiful coffee table. This table is simply gorgeous. Those beautiful legs reminds me of my girl (such beauty, much wow...). Smart and easy to do designs are rare these days. This one is obviously one rare piece. Make sure to give this a try. Good luck.

Modern Coffee Table

Required Tools -

  • Cabinet saw
  • Clamps
  • Sander
  • Router
  • Planer
  • Jointer and Adhesive

DIY Instructions - Evan And Katelyn

10. Wooden Door Mat

Wooden mats really gets me. They are smart, easy to clean and zero chaos. Helps to keep the front porch clean like a boss. This inexpensive and durable doormat can be built by wooden boards and ropes. You can follow these simple step by step instructions by Her Tool Belt to decorate the entry point of your house.
Wooden Door Mat

Required Tools -

  • Sisal Rope
  • Pocket hole screws
  • Adhesive
  • Stain
  • Sandpaper
  • Hacksaw

DIY Instructions - Her Tool Belt

11. DIY Cat Scratching Post and Mug Holder

I've seen mug holders for sofas and chairs but didn't see a scratch post to go with it. This is pure brilliance. A mug holder and a scratch post for your majesty. Simple and inexpensive way to keep your majesty busy while you can sip your coffee and loosen up a little bit.

DIY Modern Cat Scratching Post

Required Tools -

  • Sisal rope
  • Miter saw, Handsaw, jigsaw or Circular saw
  • Sandpaper and screwdriver
  • Drill
  • Screws

DIY Instructions - Evan And Katelyn