Table Of Contents
- 20 FREE Router & Router Table Projects For Beginners
- 1. Flat Book Stand By Ana White
- 2. Edge Grain Cutting Board By AroundhomeDIY
- 3. Cookbook Stand By Housefulofhandmade
- 4. Cabinet Door Made With Router Table From Instructables
- 5. Foldable Recipe Stand By Cherisedbliss
- 6. Spice Rack
- 7. A Unique Kitchen Cutting Board By Finewoodworking
- 8. Wooden Art Hangings From Instructables
- 9. Beading Tray
- 10. Wooden cutting board By Craftsy
- 11. Windows By OneprojectCloser
- 12. DIY Bookshelf From JustmeasuringUP
- 13. Cabinet Door Router Table
- 14. Wood Sign
- 15. Retro Wooden Speaker
- 16. DIY Necklace Holder
- 17. Wood Cake Stand
- 18. Wooden Star Bowl
- 19. Inlay Garden Marker
- 20. Picture frames
20 FREE Router & Router Table Projects For Beginners
1. Flat Book Stand By Ana White
DIY router table project from Ana White is one of the top choices of DIY hobbyists. With this plan, you can hold your textbooks up. To make this plan is free and the only thing you buy is a narrow hinge. You need scrap wood and a mix of pine and poplar, and finishes. It will only take you 6-9 hours to try this out as a beginner.
2. Edge Grain Cutting Board By AroundhomeDIY
This is a model with simple designs by AroundhomeDIY. The plan requires little or no knowledge of woodworking. You need a pair of 6”-7” wide hard maple and walnut boards, and other necessary tools. As a beginner, this is a project you can make in your home and it won’t consume your time.
3. Cookbook Stand By Housefulofhandmade
For those struggling to keep their cookbooks open while cooking, this easy-to-make project from housefulofhandma might be the best you can lay your hands on as a beginner. This is easy to build and having a stash of scrap wood, a nail gun will get the job done.
4. Cabinet Door Made With Router Table From Instructables
5. Foldable Recipe Stand By Cherisedbliss
Foldable recipe stand from cherishbliss is perfect for those who are looking for an easy-to-make stand for a recipe. You need a table saw, drill, plunge router, and a cordless brad nailer to get this done.
6. Spice Rack
You don’t need to take up drawer space when you can hang your spices. The easy-to-do project helps your kitchen to be organized and beautiful. You need 1x8, 96” board, wood glue, chalkboard paint, wood sealer, wood stain, and other materials to get the job done.
7. A Unique Kitchen Cutting Board By Finewoodworking
Make cooking easy in your kitchen with this unique project. Here's a design that's simple in both looks and construction. You can do this with a ¾ “ MDF.
10. Wooden cutting board By Craftsy
As a beginner, here’s a project you can do in a short amount of time with little cost. One of the best materials you can use is a dense hardwood with closed grains.
12. DIY Bookshelf From JustmeasuringUP
If you are looking for a portable bookshelf, you’ll need to check out this bookshelf plan from JustmeasuringUP. It is budget-friendly and easy to make.
Transform your existing cabinet by building beautiful cabinet doors with a router table. This can easily be done with a Kreg router table and it is budget-friendly.
14. Wood Sign
If you want to know how to make wood signs, then this is for you. You can make DIY wood signs with this easy method. You can do this on a scrap piece of plywood. Tools needed are router, ¼" straight router bit, saw, wood glue, paper for a stencil, and blue painter's paint. Practice your creativity with this project as a beginner.
You can make this for your girlfriend to organize all her girly things. This is easy and quick to make. It also requires a few small scraps of wood to get the job done.
17. Wood Cake Stand
This is one of the simplest DIY woodworking projects to make. It takes little or no expertise to get this done. You need two scraps of wood, wood glue, mineral oil, and 1- 3/8” wooden dowel as materials. You must determine the size of your cake stand from 8"- 14" before working on the project.
18. Wooden Star Bowl
This is a fun project you can make in the comfort of your home. It’s easy and quick to make and you can use up some of those scrap wood pieces that are cluttering up in your backyard.
Make gardening easy for you by making some beautiful garden markers. Making a garden marker will help you to be precise and accurate when changing the seeds in your garden. This is a simple design that can be made with cedarwood and a marker.
20. Picture frames
Make a picture frame for your lovely photos instead of using a boring border. It is budget-friendly, easy, and quick to make. Make your favorite picture frame with a router bit.