Take a trip down memory lane with this easy-to-make map commemorating your family vacations.
This sleek computer desk looks great in a home office or a teen's room. So why not spend the weekend with your son or daughter building a pair of them?
With this folding leg easel and removable art board, your child can create art anywhere! Customize it with chalkboard paint or dry-erase paint.
Put your electronic tablet or e-reader to work on a make-it-yourself stand you can build for less than $20.
A simple jig for drilling holes turns dowels into interlocking parts that you can assemble into several different sized tables of many sizes.
Make this super-easy memo board from a drop cloth and plywood. It's perfect for displaying inspiration or important reminders--and it looks great on a wall!
Put on a puppet show with fun dowel puppets that kids will love to color.
This bright little desk offers the perfect perch for the budding toddler scholar. School bus-yellow paint is an eye-catching accent.
Turn simple wood parts into a contemporary table you can build in a weekend. Use it year-round or store it between special occasions.
Fill a candy box with cute wooden candies, then test your memory with this fun game!
This versatile pegboard shelving unit could easily be modified to fit your own space and can work in a variety of spaces.
The clean lines and mod flower cutout on this classic doll cradle give it contemporary style. And what little girl could resist that lipstick pink accent?
Create a miniature cityscape from colorful wooden blocks and moulding. Make a set for the kids to play with, or use them on a shelf as decorations.
Brighten up a child's room with this colorful playset. Kids can play on the tabletop - and you hide the art supplies and store the benches when they're done!