Wooden wagon

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. I may receive a commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase using my link. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. Every year as the weather starts to change, I get so excited to decorate for fall.

This year, we decided to keep our decor classic. For our mantel, we decorated with all our favorite fall traditions. To represent the most classic of fall activities, I decided we needed the cutest decorative wood wagon to adorn our fireplace hearth. There is just something about pulling a little wagon around the pumpkin patch, hoping to find the perfect pumpkin, that screams fall.

That is why this fun decorative wood wagon is the perfect decoration for fall. This decorative wood wagon was built from scraps of wood. It was the perfect way to clear out some of the scrap pile. Then to make the scraps of wood look like they have been hanging around the pumpkin patch for years, I use an Aged Wood Accelerator to stain the wood.

Painting between all the slats of our wood wagon would have been so time consuming. Instead I grabbed my trusty Super Finish Max paint sprayer to make quick work of it. It only took me 20 minutes to completely spray the entire wagon! And that included set up and clean up time. And the new HomeRight Medium Spray shelter is my new favorite thing.

It was a blustery fall day, so I set up the spray shelter in my garage. With the garage door open, and the spray shelter facing the opening, I was able to quickly finish my project without worrying about over-spray. If you want to build your own totally adorable, decorative wood wagon, I have the complete build plans below.

This wagon is for decorative purposes only. The wheels do turn, but I would not recommend using it to haul around your children because the wheels are only help on by a wood dowel. Place a good amount of wood glue in the hole of one wheel and then place the dowel into it.

It should fit tightly. Press it in until the edge of the dowel is flush with the front of the wheel. Thread the dowel into the wheel housing. Then add wood glue to the hole in the other wheel and press it onto the dowel. If you are using wood plaques like I did, make sure the routered edge is on the outside of the wheels.

Repeat for the other side. Curve or cut off the corners of one side I used my miter saw to just remove the sharp corners instead of trying to use the jig saw on such a small piece of wood.

Cut or curve one end of this as well. Make sure they are in the same spot on both pieces. Assemble the handle assembly by adding wood glue to the hole on one piece, press the dowel into it, then thread the handle piece onto it. Add wood glue to the hole of the last piece and secure it on the end of the dowel. Sand your new wagon to prepare it for stain.

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I wanted to keep mine rustic, so I mostly focused on removing any marks on the wood. Just pour some in the paint container. Attach it to your sprayer and you are ready to go! Set up the Medium Spray Shelter and place your new decorative wood wagon inside.Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. Due to the high volume of feedback, we are unable to respond to individual comments. Sorry, but we can't respond to individual comments.

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Number of Pieces 1 to 9. Piece Count 1 - Search Product Result. Product Image. Average rating: 3. Add to cart.If you want to learn more about building a wooden wagon, we recommend you to pay attention to the instructions described in the article. Check out the rest of the woodworking projects, as there are many plans to choose from and many ideas to use for your home.

Before starting the actual construction project, we recommend you to plan everything, as to save money and to keep the costs under control. In addition, we recommend you to invest in high-quality materials, such as pine, redwood or cedar, as they have a nice finish and are highly durable, especially in a humid environment. There are many things that you could go wrong, so make sure you plan everything and invest in quality materials.

Select the lumber with attention, making sure the components are perfectly straight and in a very good condition. Use a carpentry square to check if the corners are right-angled. The first step of the woodworking project is to build the frame of the wagon. Make sure the corners are square and leave no gaps between the components.

Fit corner supports to enhance the rigidity of the structure. Make sure the corners are square and add glue to the joints to enhance the bond of the components.

Insert brad nails to create a proper bond between the components. Continue the project by building the eight support for the side rails. Therefore, make notches in the supports by using a circular saw and remove the excess with a chisel. Smooth the recess with fine-grit sandpaper and bevel the bottom edge to enhance the look of the supports. Secure the supports to the exterior of the frame, as described in the diagram.

Use a spirit level to check if the supports are plumb. Next, fit the slats to the supports, as seen in the diagram.

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Fitting the slats to the ends is the next step of the project. Leave no gaps between the components. Attach the caster wheels to the wooden wagon in order to get a professional result. Align everything with great care and secure the wheels to the structure using galvanized screws.Effortless rustic style makes each and every one of our proudly handcrafted goat carts, wheelbarrows, and wheelbarrow planters the perfect addition to any traditional outdoor space.

These pieces are at the heart of our Amish woodworkers' culture - they've been building them since childhood, and they know how to ensure that they're the best in the world. Our wide range of goat carts - available in sizes that range from miniature goat cart to full working wagon - are guaranteed to bring rustic style and country charm to any space.

Smaller wagons are perfect for seasonal or year-round garden displays, including decorative Easter displays, Fourth of July decorations, Thanksgiving pumpkins, Christmas lights, and many more!

Our best-selling medium-sized rustic goat cart. Our wheelbarrows and goat carts all offer an additional galvanized interior planter that allows them to hold flowers, herbs, or other plants for years without any wear and tear on the cart or wheelbarrow. The rustic look provided by these pieces adds instant country charm to any blooming arrangement or growing garden, and the incredible craftsmanship that goes into each piece promises season upon season of beauty and use.

One of our large premium wheelbarrows filled with flowers! These wooden wheelbarrows, wagons, and goat carts have a special place in Amish culture. They're true favorites of our family here at DutchCrafters - their rustic style and traditional designs never fail to make us smile!

One of our miniature wheelbarrows in full bloom! We could talk about these rustic wonders all day! Thank you for your inquiry. We do our best to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours. If you do not receive a response it is likely an email problem. If this is the case, please call us toll free at Ask us a Question. Filter Products. Popularity Price. Load More. Displays and Beyond Our wide range of goat carts - available in sizes that range from miniature goat cart to full working wagon - are guaranteed to bring rustic style and country charm to any space.

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Family Favorites These wooden wheelbarrows, wagons, and goat carts have a special place in Amish culture. Please note that many emails are captured by anti-spam software.JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Farm wagons and freight wagons were the backbone of the western transportation in the 's, hauling produce and merchandise to frontier towns. Referred to as a buckboard wagon by many, the farm wagon had higher sides than a buckboard and a heavier running gear.

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Original John Deere Wagon on Moline high wheel running gear. Original farm wagon with paint and maker's stencil on box in good condition. This is the perfect size for taking on trail rides or in parades. Traditional buckboard design with all the quality craftsmanship. This rugged and beautiful wagon will make a welcoming statement on your property.

This early period wagon exhibits many characteristics of the Conestoga construction. Use this western icon as a display piece for yard or business. Hard-to-find original condition Mountain Wagon Gear. Shop Wagon Inventory Shop our inventory of horse-drawn vehicles for sale.The Art of Wheel Making Making and balancing a wheel is skilled work. There is no one better qualified to build a wagon wheel than the Old Order Amish. An Amish wheelwright or wainwright knows how to make the best quality wheels; as the safety of their family's lives depend on the quality, durability and ruggedness that the functional wheels must provide.

These decorative wagon wheels are crafted by the same Old Order Amish tradesmen wheel makers that make the functional wheels. Quality authentic Amish handcrafted wooden wagon wheels for use on a buggy, carriage, wagon, cart, or for home and garden decor. Our decorative steam bent hickory wagon wheels make a stunning wood wagon wheel chandelier! If you are looking for functional Buggy, Carriage or any other type of wagon wheels, please contact us, we can get them!

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Perfect for functional use on small carts, little wagons, landscaping home and garden, ranch house decor, etc. Available in a variety of sizes - 10 inch, 12 inch, 14 inch, 16 inch, 18 inch, and 20 inch - all for the same low price! Available in a large array of sizes. These wheels are custom crafted by an Old Order Amish wheelwright.

This wheel has 12 spokes. This wood wagon wheel is perfect for the home project that needs a small heavy duty wheel that can hold up to pounds easily. Amish Country Collectible Handmade 18 Inch Hickory Wagon Wheel Great for chandelier Craft Amish country collectible handmade 18 inch x 1 inch hickory steam bent wagon wheel with 12 spokes makes it perfect for a chandelier to add a touch of western decor, ranch decor, rustic decor, or cowboy decor to your ranch house, mountain lodge, log cabin or southwestern home.

Authentic wagon wheel that can be used to add that rustic country or western decor to any room or landscape. These country collectible wheels can be used on small carts or wagons with a weight bearing capacity up to lbs. They are perfect as home and garden country landscape decor. Just the right size for indoor or outdoor use. Authentic wagon wheel that makes a unique and rustic statement. Makes a stunning wagon wheel chandelier! This is a heavy duty wheel that is perfect to complete any project that requires a wooden wagon wheel to endure pounds.

The wooden hub has a drilled 1 inch hole through the center for mounting. Country collectible hickory steam bent rustic wooden horse drawn buggy wagon wheel with steel tire rim and hub. This particular size wagon wheel is an alternative sized wheel that is used on the front of Amish buggy carriages. This is a decorative wheel that will make a country western statement for your home and garden decor.

A black gas line pipe works great as an axle. These wheels are constructed very solid even though they are designed as decor. These are used to construct replica cannons, chandeliers, flower carts, wagons, school projects, and as home and garden yard decoration.

Our products are used by Hollywood film makers to aid in the production of films. This particular size wagon wheel is the standard sized wheel that is used on the front of Amish buggy carriages. Country collectible hickory steam bent rustic wooden horse drawn buggy wagon wheel with steel tire rim and wood hub.

This particular size wagon wheel is the standard sized wheel that is used on the back of Amish buggy carriages. Stunning as a wagon wheel chandelier!

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Steam bent hickory heavy duty cannon wheel with twelve spokes, one inch axle bore hole, solid hardwood construction allows for lb weight bearing capacity per wheel. This particular size wagon wheel is the alternative sized wheel that is used on the back of Amish buggy carriages. Spectacular as a rustic country wagon wheel chandelier!

This 5 foot western style wagon wheel is NOT our largest wheel! We also have access to 6 and 7 foot wheels and even larger!Carriage Wheels and Buggy Wheels. For over 50 years Wagon Wheels and Wagons is what we do.

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That is why we sell more Wagon Wheels and Wagons than anyone else. We are a family owned and operated business, located in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky and Eastern Pennsylvania. A Wagon Wheel, especially an American wagon wheel is made like no other wagon wheel in the world. There is no doubt that the invention of the wheel is one of the most important inventions in history.

The reason you do not see a flood of wagon wheels from China being sent into the America market is because there has never been a machine made that can build an American type Wagon Wheel, it is a labor intensive project and most of the time the person building the wagon wheel is an artesian. Our Wagon Axles, wood and steel, are made to order, please Contact Us for prices. All of our Wood Wagon Wheels have forge shrunk steel rims, rubber can be applied to most of our Handmade Wagon Wheels.

Our Wood Wagon Wheels are not only authentic Wagon Wheels that are use on our wagons, they can be used to add that rustic, country, or western decor to any room or landscape. These are the same Handmade Wood Wagon Wheels that we use for our wagon wheel chandeliers.

Wagon Wheel Hubs, like Wagon Wheels, come in all size and shapes, we have designed this information page on Wagon Wheel Hubs to assist you in determining the type of Wagon Wheel Hubs and the type to use for your project. Wagon Wheels consists of four main parts, the tire, felloe's, spokes, and hubs. We can custom make the width on any of our Wagon Wheel to match the needs of your project. The width and depth of the felloe must remain in proportion. Our Wood Wagon Wheels have 8, 10, 12, 14, or 16 spokes depending on the size of the wheel and what the wheel will be used for.

The number of spokes must be in relationship to the size of the Wagon Wheels.

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There are three types of tires on our Wood Wagon Wheel, forge shrunk steel tires, flat rubber tires, and rolled rubber tires. We can place any type tire on any of our Wagon Wheels to fit your project needs. Rubber, flat or rolled, can be added to any of the Wagon Wheels we make. Rubber not only makes less noise on pavement than steel tires, the wheel rolls better which makes it easier to pull. Rubber will last for miles before having to be replaced, depending on surface and conditions.

Adding rubber will increase the wheel size by approximately 2" please allow for the increase when ordering Wagon Wheels. If you add rubber to a 32" wheel, it will be 34" after the rubber. Sarven Hubs. The Sarven Hub Wheel became very popular from aroung with carriage makers in America and is still in use today. The Sarven Hub Wheel has a wood hub core, reinforced with iron flanges which gives the hub greater strength than the conventional wooden hub.