7 More Woodworking Projects That Sell – Low Cost High Profit – Make Money Woodworking
7 More Woodworking Projects That Sell – Low Cost High Profit – Make Money Woodworking
Grow your woodworking business with “smalls”! Ready for the latest trends??? Let’s break down some more builds and I’ll also be showing you step by step of how to make the farmhouse calendar.
Often, smaller items are looked over by new builders looking to make a name for themselves because they are looking for “that one build” that they can sell for a ton of money. They aren’t considering the cost of the build and the time spent making it. Ultimately any business comes down to profit margins. I’ll give you a few examples of how selling items that anyone can afford can generate crazy sales with minimal cost of goods sold!
Sometimes we overthink things when the most profitable items we are looking past. Let’s change that.
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I can’t get enough of this content. Very helpful. My son and I enjoy watching them, getting ideas on future projects we plan to build…
Keep it coming.
Thanks for all you do.
I can’t remember to flip the wall calendar at the end of each month, much less to move the markers on something like this. 🤣
Hey Mathew I appreciate what you do for the woodworking community. Your videos have inspired me and my woodworking business to new heights. Once again thank you
Mathew I have been looking through your back catalogue, and you have done a few redo of some of your earlier stuff, you really need to redo the Mad Hatter Build and make some plans as that is awsome.😁
where do you sell your stuff?
Good info man! Thanks for the ideas!
Would you be interested in making a video on showing us gow you would build a wooden clock? Or a build video on a coffee mug holder?
A very in depth discussion about making money from woodwork by creating uniquely different products that will sell. Well done. Thanks
Great info and tips as usual 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾
This is off topic, but has anyone ever told you that you look like Sean off of the Street Outlaws TV show? Lol great vid 👍
Hi I have experience in this because I made a mistake I also made alot of things from pallets The mistake I made was everything was to big The other people around me where selling all there items my stuff was very nice but it all was over sized.Everyone loved my stuff but there was three reasons most people did not buy it 1 where am I going to put 2 I did not bring my truck 3 I cannot take it on a air plane make sure the things you make are small enough to only put in a small car I learned the hard way Good luck yall
Mattnew, take 2 small eye looking pieces and hang them inside and you have an owl.:-)
In another life you could have been a genius. Excellent video. I watch you more and more. I think i will put your picture on my shop wall. Keep up the good work.
Great video. I made the geometric arrow wall art. I messaged you a picture on Instagram.
Love your channel! For the jewelry stand. I thought about adding a piece of wood to cover that other piece of lazy Susan and it lookes like more.! Thank you Matthew 😊
you are one of my favorite persons on you tube. i love all the stuff you make and recreate.
Love all your small do it yourself wood building products to sell. I’m trying to find out how to stop my batteries from draining power in my shop that gets super cold in winter and super hot in summer.. Was hoping you knew something that could stop this from happening. And thanks again for all your great videos. Keep them coming.
A question, are those three different sizes of stamps?
Would no nails, but wood pegging be more desirable.
Hello Matthew, Francois here from South Africa. Just LOVE your channel, your ideas, and your thoughts on other items. Would like to message you on a more private platform if any way possible. Thanks for an awesome and inspiring channel.
I gotta say, you’ve really inspired me. I’ve been watching your videos for some time. I want to put my creativity to use and open my own garage/store. I have everything I need (tools, setup, etc.). My only roadblock is FEAR. Fear of someone mocking my work. I’m confident in what I do. I just don’t want to waste my time. Sounds dumb, but I’ve always had this problem with putting my work on display, whether it’s graphic design or whatever. I’m going to make a real push to start something special thanks to you.
"Tetnas shot" I love this guy/////1
1/2" or 3/4" wire staples?
The items sold by WF are definitely overpriced. You can duplicate a lot of the items incredibly cheap. Mark up is insane for these mass produced items.
Do you have a book on many of your projects?
The profit on these pieces is only that high if you totally discount your time.
Are there any non toxic wood finishes I could use inside my home like to get into wood working the only available space I have is a extra bedroom used a storage room I would like to do some projects in looking if anyone knows of anything that doesn’t give off any toxic fumes or any natural ways tried looking up YouTube videos no one has anything
Laser engraving would really customize it.
great message at the end.
What do you mean by "WF"?
I’ll never understand who or why people would pay those astronomical prices for this junk. I love this series. It’s just crazy that folks don’t realize how cheaply made they are.
The big pieces of wood with holes in them are perfect for large fires – create the hole in the center of the log (put it up like the tree stands) and make sure the log chunk is at least 1-2 ft tall. It works like a chimney. Pretty cool!
love this about your channel. Can you do a video about building a PB knockoff of the Scout Display Cabinet. Curious on how to bend the plywood of that size.
Love your videos!! Do you have any info on working with manzanita? I have an abundance of it on my property and can’t find any info on prepping it etc. Can you work with it while it’s green and is there a process for prepping it for projects? Maybe you have some info 😊
Nice work 👍🏻
Matthew. It appears that someone may be scamming using your name and videos
Your videos are super helpful man! I love this set of projects. I just got some free wood scrap from a local cabinet shop. Going to try out that herringbone tv tray this weekend I think. Would be a perfect project for those scraps I claimed.
We can’t find untreated pine pickets in our area- is the yellow pine a better choice? They are all treated.
1. Those are NOT 45 degree angles (1:45). Those are solid, single pieces of wood cut out at a 90 degree angle. (Notice the oval grain flows perfectly across the bend in the center pieces. That is not a mirror cut 45, that is a delicate coping cut at 90 degrees.)
2. Those hooks are not the same and will not function the same for jewelry. The pin ‘hooks’ on the online site are straight because it allows multiple chains, earings, etc. to be hung from a single hook without getting entangled. The classic rounded hooks you quoted can only hold one item of jewelry each as adding multiple would result in gravity pulling all of them together and entangling, defeating the point of hanging your jewelry in the first place. (6:20)
3. 9:20 – Complains about "Vintage" retail version using brass Phillips Head screw…proceeds to superglue staples to file cabinet pulls, cause you know…C.A. Glue was invented centuries before brass phillips head screws. LOL!!!!!
4. 16:35 – Those two versions… Look nothing alike quality wise. You basically took something that is near art gallery quality and then showed us something a C-grade 8th grader would create in shop class and said "These are of similar enough quality that customers of the same spending potential would view both as equal in desirability."
Ya, and I bet you’d say "if you put lipstick and a dress on a pig you can have a prom date."
Not… The… Same…. WOW…I would LOVE to live in the rosy colored world of delusion you must live in dude. Are you Ron Popeil’s kid or something, cause you seem to think you can pass Chineseium grade woodworking crap off as high value retail stock and No one seems to notice.
My hats off to you good sir. Nice snow job.
You have a great talent.And a good eye.Have a bless day.
I enjoy your videos bro. Glad to see you are doing well.
The calendar would be great as a wall hanging item. Great info. I’ve also have said that if you want anything to sell make it something useful.
I’ve redesigned it to be a hanging version. With sliding site windows in slots and a key holder along the bottom.
These will not sell why isn’t he showing how fast they sell. He just takes advantage of desperate ppl then sells them his build plans on Etsy like every other unsuccessful wood workers lol
Just started making squiral pickneck tables will see how it goes