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  1. The Whittler's Toolchest

    If you prefer not to read, video is here View on YouTube I have a family member (brother in law) that had mentioned to his wife that he wanted to begin doing finer woodworking. He's in general construction so he doesn't get much chance to make smaller finer items. So what better way to hone...
  2. Birthday Calendars

    I made these as Christmas presents for two family members. They were a fun build and each recipient was pleased. One is made to resemble merchandise from a popular soft drink as this family member collects such things. Bottle shapes represent each month and then bottle caps can be added for...
  3. You must remember this. A kiss is just a kiss.....

    My wife and I tend to make birthday presents for each other. This was my present to Toni for LAST YEAR. Ok, so it's almost a year late. But I finally finished it. This is the first time I have done any kind of inlay, much less crushed stone inlay. The music on the stand is the first two measures...
  4. My Christmas Present is finally finished.

    For Christmas my wife gave me a handsaw. She said that she wanted to get it painted with something woodworking. So then she gave it to my daughter whe finished the saw and then gave it to me on my birthday. I then took the saw and made a mounting plate to mount the saw. So given all of that...
  5. Sword case

    Here is the sword case I made for my brother on his birthday to store his Raptor Sword by Paul CHen (my borther's almsot a 3rd degree blackbelt) I Wanted to do something special for him since we have moved away from each other & don't see each other much. IT's made from all Cedar with felt on...
  6. Dice Puzzle for a birthday

    I copied this idea from KnotCurser, posted here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/67785, thanks for the idea! I ran into it when I was desperately looking for an idea for my sons birthday, something I could whip out in an evening. So I searched for "puzzle" on lumberjocks. So in reverse this is...
  7. wood dragon

    i made this last week for my brothers birthday and i got the pdf from steve good's website
  8. A Peter built "1929 Ford Farm Truck" for a very special little boys first birthday

    A Peter built "1929 Ford Farm Truck" for a very special little boys first birthday. On the 3rd January our fourth grandson Asher turns one, he's such a blessing. He had a very rough start with only half his heart developing but thanks to prayers and medical science he's doing well, Praise God...
  9. Carving knife from scrap

    Well, I made my daughters birthday yesterday. She was very happy with the knife I made for her. She took it along to college. I used pallet wood for the handle, and God only knows what wood this is. I used an old sawzall for the blade, and is that stuff hard. I used 3/16 brass rods, this is...
  10. Gifts for mothers 40 years birthday (pen cup, and frame)

    Gifts for mothers 40 years birthday My daughter Mathilde asked me if we could make some personal gifts for her mothers birthday (my x-wife), and ofcourse I was more than happy to share some time with her on this project. First picture are my beloved Mathilde showing the presents (need I say...
  11. Walnut coffee table with juniper applied pole trim and legs

    This table is a new design that I am going to be showing at the lake home and cabin show next week. The trim on this thing took more time than anything so I'm thinking that I may have to get me a better sander. Thanks for all the great comments on on my other pieces.
  12. Birthday gift for my grandson

    About 12 weeks ago, well before the Lockdown Stay at Home orders one of grandsons had a look through one of my toy books to find a "Lollie/Candy Dispenser". Pa can you make me one of these? My answer was, you have a birthday in September! With assistance from Handy and supervision from Papa...
  13. 1920's Ford "C" Cab Farm Truck for a little boy's first birthday

    1920's Ford "C" Cab Farm Truck for a little boy's first birthday. After seeing the Ford "C" Cab Farm Truck I made for the local boys & girls club Easter Guessing competition our youngest daughter asked if I could make a similar but smaller version for Asher's cousin Sammy's first birthday. I...
  14. Pizza Cutter & Cheese Plane

    The cheese plane handle is macacauba and the pizza cutter handle is a composite from woodcraft. Both turned really easily.
  15. A gift for a little blokes who’s got a birthday this week

    A woodworking friend in the UK added handle bars to a wooden toy quad bike he made so I thought I'd see what I could do; thank you Derek. The pattern is free from an Aussie woodworking friend Tony Slattery. https://www.wooden-toy-plans.com/ This toy is a gift for a little bloke I see at...
  16. The reward is a smile and just because you can!

    The reward is a smile and just because you can! There is just way too much fear and confusion across the world at present. I just love making handmade playable wooden toys for play as the reward of a smile is so worthwhile. About a week ago I found out from my local florist that her little...
  17. BIRTHDAY PHOTO PANEL

    Okume (Aucoumea klaineana) 15mm plywood 75×42cm, finish wood oil. Glued and stapled wooden cloth pegs. Letters 9mm birch and 4mm beech plywood, cut on scrollsaw, painted with wood primer and spray paint. Glued and stapled also. At the back is hardware to hang on a wall.
  18. Fireman's clock (for my brother)

    Made of maple and walnut (walnut stained to a dark brown/black color). Spray lacquered it. Finished it Christmas eve's eve 2009. Lots of scroll saw work. Clock is about 1" thick on each "layer" *attached is the pattern now i have uploaded photos of where the fireman's clock rests...
  19. Simple Shields

    Sometimes it's the simple projects that bring the most joy. For my son's 10th birthday party I took a sheet of 1/4" plywood and cut out some 18" x 14" shield shapes. I sanded them and eased the edges. Drilled some holes and attached some rope with cable ties for handles. The boys panted them as...
  20. Clay project-squirrel

    I made for my sister out of clay. Since she's always complaining about them eating all her bird seed and it's a never ending battle when you have one large tree where you feed the birds! LOL Clay is a bit differant to paint but I enjoyed doing him and can't wait to give it to my sister.
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