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  1. Saving a "ghost" advertising sign

    Last August, I volunteered to repaint one of our small town's old building advertising signs that is 68 feet wide and about 24 feet high. It was originally painted sometime before 1934. One of the challenges on this project was the big missing letter "I" in Occident. I went online, and found a...
  2. Mushrooms are growing

    My mushroom patch is growing. The one on the left grew from a green cherry log yesterday. The one on the right grew about 4 months ago. Its also cherry, hope one more grows this summer.
  3. Portable Changing Room - Finished but not Finished

    Need some help with this one. It's a changing room for my daughter's dance competitions. This isn't a work of art. I've got exposed plywood edges everywhere but I do want to put a quick finish on it. I am hoping I can wipe on an oil and call it a day. My concern is that I used solid...
  4. Leopardwood & Wenge Clock

    I made this clock out of Leopardwood,Lacewood, & Wenge. I made it from a set of plans from Wood magazine I think it was. I like designs with an Asian look to them and thats why I chose to make this one.
  5. Bathroom Bifold Doors that match Vanity's

    Made these 24" X 79" biflod doors out 8/4 Hard Maple and 1/2 maple Ply. they also followed the Cabinet desgin.
  6. Repainting 1891 Ghost Sign using Luan wood letter patterns

    This is the 2nd building advertising sign that I have repainted in our small town of 3,800 people. I posted the 1st project on this website here. Some of the words were known as far as content, but were not visible enough to tape and paint. I used 3/16" thick plywood, or Luan, to make wood...
  7. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    My wife found this and sent it to me. It seems the advertising folks at Makita South Africa had too much time on their hands. It is pretty cool though. http://www.ibelieveinadv.com/commons/makita_20081_holes.jpg
  8. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    A good starting point is a brief overview of my experience as a bench mark to use as a gauge . I have been self employed in the woodworking trade for over twenty years working on and off for other contractors now and again. I don't do lots of large jobs but rather a wide variety of small...
  9. Site Help and Suggestions
    Went to do a search on shop made tool holders and when I get to the bottom of the page to go to the next page is an advertising banner preventing you from going to the next page. Now I understand the need to advertise but does anyone think you are going to give them a look when it prevents one...
  10. Blogs
    May 2008 Together with the addition of new page listing all advertisers, I'd like to start tradition of monthly note of thanks to the LumberJocks sponsors. Following companies deserve the recognition this month: Skyscraper Dura-GRIT - offering high performance carbide wheels for your high...
  11. Blogs
    Community Woodshop LA - are you interested? My name is Scott Stevens and I have an idea to create a community woodshop. My goal is to create a friendly environment for people to explore woodworking. People will not only come to use the woodworking machines but also to learn something new, to...
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    Advertising Policy - What's Crossing The Line? My head is still spinning after adding the new site posting rules. Everything seems to be clear, there is only one rule that is already generating lots of controversy and questions (I got few only by PMs). Current version of the rule says: "Don't...
  13. Blogs
    Position at LumberJocks.com - Advertising Manager As Debbie mentioned in the eMag, we are now looking for an Advertising Manager to contact companies regarding advertising on the site, in our eMag, and for our special events held throughout the year. The Ad Manager will receive a percentage of...
  14. Blogs
    Want To Get Noticed - With FREE Advertising? Straight from our Ad Team... Want to get noticed? Do you have a woodworking related business? Big or small, this is your chance to get noticed on LumberJocks.com for FREE! Simply send us your creative and landing page for your chance at a free...
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    News From The "Advertising Department" January was the first month of our revamped advertising offer so I'd like to inform you about it as well as about our first success stories. As you may know I posted ad manager request few weeks ago. The Squires Team jumped in and established LumberJocks...
  16. Blogs
    March Madness Advertising Sale "Said in an excitable cheesy late night infomercial voice"....:D March Madness Advertising Sale •Are you a LumberJock with a business? •Do you hope that the shameless promotion of your website in your signature will get noticed? •Are you looking for more...
  17. Blogs
    "The Birth of Artemis" - Chronicles of a custom Jay Fisher Chef's Knife. (Product Marketing Example) Article Link: http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/docs/The_Birth_of_Artemis_Chronicles_of_a_Custom_Jay_Fishers_chefs_knife_08-2009.pdf Greetings! This is a preview - a few changes may be...
  18. Blogs
    Cookies for Christmas? Seems like everybody is raving about the Rockler Bench Cookies lately. And this might be the right time to get a pack for your shop… I'd like to welcome Rockler in our growing family of the sponsors. Rockler decided to mix all our LJ advertising ingredients into one...
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    New Advertising Kit for 2009! Thank You to all. After a lot of work and many long nights, Martin and I have finally released our new advertising campaign for 2009. I would like to thank all of our members for helping us with the demographics and a special thank you to those members who...
  20. Blogs
    Rambling About Vision and New Site Features I was asked to write about the LumberJocks.com vision/mission statement in the sketchup repoistory forum thread. So let's do it… I'm also going to ramble about the latest major feature requests - repository and wiki. As many of you know this website...
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