The Old Hollowed-Out-Book Trick We've all seen the hollowed-out book, but there's not much room in one of those. Instead, use several books with a plywood box attached to the back. If you have a band saw for cutting out the pages, great. If not, you can use a jigsaw. (After all, books are just a form of wood.)
Now here's a cool little way to make a simple field puzzle that has the clue to where the final geocache container is. Assemble the picture on the one side and get the clue on the back. This could probably be done in a simpler way with popsicle sticks and permanent marker. (pics from websta stitched together & pinned to Geocache Puzzles - https://www.pinterest.com/islandbuttons/geocache-puzzles/) #IBGCp
original uploader: "I put my foot on here while using my phone to look for a hint ... It moved ... That is enough of a hint for me!" (pics by vikingwarrior on Instgram, stitched together & posted to Creative Geocache Containers - pinterest.com/islandbuttons/creative-geocache-containers/)
I came up with this simple trick to give PVC pipe a realistic wood texture when I built a few plastic didgeridoos a couple of years ago. It would also work for theater, home decor or backyard tiki-bars! Send an invite if you build that last one.