Step 1: Sand off all the words and print

Grab a sander to make your PVC pipes look white and bright! Get tutorial here

Step 2: Cut your pipes

Use a hacksaw to cut your pipes to the desired height you would like your lamp or lamps to be Get tutorial here

Step 3: Draw out your design

Take a fine point sharpie and draw whatever design you would like to cut out of your pipe Get tutorial here

Step 4: Carve out your design

Grab your rotary tool and an appropriate carving tip for the shape you're looking to create and carve it out slowly Get tutorial here

Step 5: Clean up the design

Take an X-Acto knife and use it to cut away any flaps of plastic that are still hanging on from the shapes you cut Get tutorial here

Step 6: Stick velcro onto your lights

Take some sticky sided velcro dots and place one side on the bottom of your battery powered lights Get tutorial here

Step7: Attach your lights to the PVC pipes

Place the other side of the velcro dot on the inside of your designed pipe and attach the light to it Get tutorial here

Step 8: Arrange your lights

If you want you can also spray paint the PVC in different colors Get tutorial here

Next: Yard Tic-Tac-Toe

Get ready to grab some materials - this is going to be a blast! Get tutorial here

Step 1: Spray PVC pieces

Spray paint the PVC pieces with Rustoleum Metallic Copper finish & let them dry. Turn over and spray again Get tutorial here

Step 2: Measure, tie and cut rope

Make it 4'x4' - measure out eight 4' sections of the rope Get tutorial here

Step 5: Apply E6000 glue to each end of the T

Make sure to let the assembled "board" set overnight in order for the glue to bond Get tutorial here

Step 6: Create your shapes

Trace hearts, X's or any symbol you choose with sticky vinyl and place it on the board Get tutorial here

Step 8: Sand the edges

You want to make sure to get rid of any splinters Get tutorial here

Step 9: Spray paint the shapes

You can paint in one color or different colors if you want Get tutorial here

Next: PVC Wine Rack

It may not look like it, but this is PVC! Get tutorial here

Step 1: Make four marks, every 10”

Then, on the table saw, make miter cuts (45 degrees) at every 10” mark Get tutorial here

Step 2: Cut the four pieces of the PVC

These will become the wine bottle holders. Roughly line them up to make sure they fit together Get tutorial here

Step 4: Drill 2 holes 2” from each end

Mark the center for the first hole, and then from the center of the first hole measure over 3-3/4” for the center of the second Get tutorial here

Step 5: Apply PVC cement on the edges

Be sure to apply the cement evenly around the edges of each bottle holder Get tutorial here

Step 7: Filp board, attach with 1-1/2” screws

Apply three screws for each PVC bottle holder trim piece. Start from the sides & use a straight edge as a guide for the middle Get tutorial here

Step 8: Using a stud finder, locate the stud

Mount the rack with a screw on the top and one on the bottom, 1” from each edge Get tutorial here

Step 9: Hang on wall & place the wine bottles

Your finished project should hold up to 8 bottles of wine Get tutorial here