BEE-Mate Beekeeping Work Bench
This handy “Beekeeper’s Helper” is a convenient work stand to set supers on, with a rack to hang up frames — whether you’re making up nucs, sorting frames, or just checking in on the “girls” during swarm season.
– folds for storage
– 48″l x 21″w x 18″h
Self-Serve Roadside Honey Stand
The Stonehaven Roadside Honey Stand operates on the honor system – enabling your customers to serve themselves. Your customers will love the novelty and the good feeling that comes with your trust in them.
– plexiglas doors can be hooked open
– weighted base
Honey Money Bank
Here’s the perfect coin bank for beekeepers who need somewhere to stash their hard-earned Honey Money. Yes, it’s a money bank in the shape of a true-to-life miniature beehive!
– makes an excellent gift
– 3 1/2″ x 4 1/8″ x 7″h
Make Your own Honey Supers – FREE Plans
One of the most popular woodworking projects for new beekeepers is building hive bodies and honey supers. This design uses regular 3/4″ lumber with rabbeted corners instead of box joints.
– deep super instructions included
Bee Hive Planter – FREE Plans
Here’s a unique way bring a beekeeping theme into your home garden – a Bee Hive Planter. This one is made from “retired” equipment and serves as the base of the sign for our Roadside Honey Stand (shown above).
– bonus Honey Stand Sign instructions
Anyone with a few basic shop tools can build these projects
These woodworking projects don’t use complicated joinery or require specialized tools. I learned the woodworking techniques needed to accomplish what I want to do with each project – and believe me, I’ve made my share of mistakes along the way.
I don’t assume you already know how to make stopped chamfers or mount cabinet drawer fronts, and since these are original plans, I tell you the steps that I took – and pass on the tips that I discovered along the way.
After all, that why you’re here looking for plans right?
All of our Stonehaven Life original design woodworking plans include:
Detailed CAD Drawings
Materials & Hardware List
Learning New Woodworking Skills is a Truly Rewarding Experience
I’ve found the best way to learn how to do something is by doing it – with a little guidance along the way. Like most do-it-yourselfers, I’ve learned and practiced my skills and gained more confidence over the years with each new project. When I put together these plans, I think about how I felt the first time I used a new tool or did something I hadn’t attempted before.
I’ve been there, and that’s why I detail exactly how I built these woodworking projects in my little basement workshop. I’m confident anyone with an interest in woodworking who has a table saw, router table, mitre saw, sander and electric drill (along with a box of hand tools and some clamps) will enjoy the satisfaction and pride that comes from building these projects.
“If you have a question, send me an email and I’ll be happy to help. If within 30 days you’re not completely satisfied with your Stonehaven woodworking plans, I’ll give you your money back – guaranteed!”
– Rick at Stonehaven Life
All of our Original Design woodworking plans are sold with the understanding that they are for personal use only. Manufacturers Licensing opportunities are available if you’re interested in building and selling any of our Stonehaven Life Designs – Contact Rick at Stonehaven Life for more information.
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