A good selection of BuildEazy's own woodworking and project free-plans. Buildeazy free plans range from planters to sheds and beyond. Projects for all skills.
Some of the buildeazy free-plans also have a $5 downloadable version, print friendly and ad free. The way to go if you're serious about doing a project.
How to make a sawhorse - You can work on them, sit on them, stack on them, stand on them. I can't imagine doing a job without them The sawhorse can be built solely with hand tools. No power tools are needed.
There are 11 picnic table designs in the BuildEazy website - They all come with plans and step-by-step building instructions. Should be a table for any taste.
This is a compact race car bed and is a good size for kids up to the age of 8 or so. It is made out of 3/4" (18mm) custom MDF board for the car frame, and 3/4" x 3 1/2' (90 mm x 19 mm) wood for the bed base. A great project.
How to build a Tudor style shed - A garden shed does not have to be an eyesore. People tend to buy or build a shed solely for its storage, or work capacity, without considering that a shed can also be a garden feature.
Chad shares his rendition of a pair of wooden wishing wells made from a BuildEazy plan.
Yet another example of how people use their initiative to adapt a plan to suit their taste.
A picture of his work along with comments can be seen here http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-well-chad.php
Another example of how someone can adapt a BuildEazy plan to suit their needs and sourceable materials.
Mark made this play fort and altered the plans to make it suitable for his younger children (2 and 4).
You can read his notes here http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-playfort-mark.php