It was a fun challenge trying to design these projects with slots that just slide together to assemble the project. I have a Dewalt DW788 Scroll Saw, but you could probably make these with a jigsaw and bandsaw as well. Most of the projects can be made in less than an hour so they don't take much time. I started simple with this Phone Stand made from 1/4" plywood. It has two sides that hold your phone at different angles.
This Tablet Stand consists of only two pieces of 1/4" plywood. It is also two-sided for different angles. It will hold tablets that are 7" or larger. When making interlocking projects, it's important to measure the thickness of the wood so you know how wide to cut the slots.
I needed a Laptop Stand that I could knock down and put in a laptop bag. This is made from 1/2" plywood and is sized to hold my 17.3" laptop. It's sturdy and has lots of ventilation. This project can be customized to fit other size laptops.
This Desk Clock made from 1/2" plywood would look great on any desk or mantle. It uses a 2-3/4" Clock Shoppe Insert. I really like the simplicity and art deco style of this design. I suggest buying the clock part before cutting the hole so you can measure for a perfect fit.
The 14-inch Basket is made from 1/4" plywood and would look great as a table centerpiece. You could also turn it upside down to use as a display stand. This project can be glued together, as it may come apart easily depending on what you put in it.
Who doesn't need a drink tote for a 6-pack of soda or beer? This project is made from both 1/4" and 1/2" plywood. I suggest painting or finishing this one since it may get wet. This would make a great gift with someone's favorite drink. Speaking of which, I need to put something in mine.
This Flashlight Lamp is made from 1/4" plywood and uses a Harbor Freight Flashlight as its light source. Any flashlight with a 1" diameter should fit. This design lends itself well for displaying something on the bottom shelf.
If you are old like me, you might remember playing with balsa wood airplane kits. This Biplane will take you back to your childhood. The fuselage is cut from 1/2" plywood, and the rest of the parts are 1/4" plywood. It doesn't fly very well, but it looks pretty cool. Hang it from the ceiling with some string!
A woodworking eBook wouldn't be complete without a shop project. Make a pair of these Benchtop Sawhorses from 1/2" plywood. They are great for raising projects off the workbench for clamping or finishing. Take them apart and store them away when not in use.
This Hammerhead Shark is 3 feet long and was lots of fun to make and see it come together. It's made from a pine 1x12, which is .75" thick. I wanted to do a large animal project, so this is what I came up with. Since sharks don't have legs, I made a couple of stands to hold it up. I think it turned out pretty awesome!
Thanks for checking out my video and pictures of these projects. If you have a scroll saw, I hope these projects inspire you to dust it off and make some stuff. If you need help getting started, here is a link to my 10 Fun Scroll Saw Projects eBook. Contact me if you have any questions about these projects or how to build them.
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