One of the best ways we can invest time with our families is through fun projects and activities. Here are some ideas to build and enjoy for years.

Cornhole (1)Have you played Cornhole? Cornhole is easy to learn but highly contagious.

Cornhole Boards


Round Tuit (14)We’ve all heard or used the excuse, “I’ll do it when I get a round tuit.” Here’s my version of that elusive anti-procrastination device.

Round Tuit

Wooden Toy Figures (2)I set out to create a wooden toy for my granddaughter and enlisted special help with the finish. We started with a boy figure and a girl figure but frogs, giraffes, elephants and a host of other toys can be constructed with these easy methods.

Wooden Toy Figures

Nativity Stable (6)My daughter moved into her own home and was missing a nativity set in her Christmas decorations. Openings like that are opportunities for me to step up. I’m a dad. It’s what we do.

Nativity Stable


Blue Scores

We added a set of lawn darts to the options at Grandpa’s house and decided the game needed a change. We call our version “Kerplunk!” Check the link to find out why.