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  1. Canary Wood Electronics Shelf

    September, 2009-After I finally got the big screen LCD TV hung on the wall, we needed a place for the electronics. My wife challenged me to make a nice covered shelf that would "float" on the wall without any visible supports. So, here it is. I used some left-over 3/4-inch cabinet grade...
  2. Memory Box

    Walnut, canarywood, and cherry memory box made for a coworkers baby shower. I used the same technique as the drunken cutting board to make the sides of the box. Hand cut the dovetails and my lovely wife burned the lettering on the lid. Installed barrel hinges and used a magnetic catch system...
  3. Whale Play Jewelry Box

    This box is also based on a design by Lois Keener Ventura. It's called Whale Play and depicts whales circling each other. Just one of the many wonderful and instructive boxes in her book Building Beautiful Boxes With Your Band Saw. The wood is Canary Wood. The drawers are flocked with a green...
  4. Canarywood Razor Sets

    I was in our local Rockler a while back and they had some canarywood on sale. On the top was this gorgeous multi-colored piece that I could not walk out without. Not having any idea of what I would do with it, it sat in the shop next to my workbench where I would look at it every day. I wanted...
  5. The good old days

    A special order, so I made 2 extra. they are made out of maple, red hart, marble wood, canary wood, walnut
  6. Keepsake Box

    I have a newRTJ400 Leigh jig that I wanted to use and try my hand at dovetails on a box. This is the result. The woods used are canary wood and walnut. The finish is semi-gloss lacquer. The jig was simple to use and did a marvelous job of completing the dovetails on the very first try. The...
  7. Fantastic canary wood vase..NOT TURNED...ringmasgter done

    This canary wood vase was made from rings cut at different angles, glued and finished by hand..note the pattern created by flipping every other ring!! The picture of two vases represents the uniqueness of this process..since I am cutting rings I STILL have the solid inside of each ring to make a...
  8. Inversion

    This is a band saw box of my own design. I created two designs at the same time. The first was called Diversion and this one was called Inversion. For some reason I decided to build this one first. I had come across some 3/8 maple at the HD that had this wonderful spalting pattern. I wanted to...
  9. 4 of a kind

    My latest work, This is a good challenge to build, The tractor has 334 parts. That have to be made ,There are only 10 parts that you can buy. The tires have 26 lugs on each wheel that have to be sanded to fit the wheel. The wood used on these tractors is walnut, maple, zebra wood, canary wood...
  10. Tea Box

    This is a little box to hold tea that I made for my wife. It's canary wood and lacewood. I hand cut the dovetails and carved the top with a chisel and scrapers and a ton of sanding.
  11. Yin Yang canary wood box

    I just finished with this box yesterday. It is made of canary wood & one piece of yellow heart in the back. It measures 4" X 4" X 2 1/4". I inlaid the yin yang symbol in the top with epoxy. I routed it by hand with my dremel tool, however, the two holes are drilled with a forstner bit. It is...
  12. Accidental 4 corner grain match

    This keepsake box has canary wood sides and bloodwood mier keys and a blood wood lid. There are stainless steel pins for the hinge on the lid as all of my boxes are. This box has an accidental 4 corner grain match I did not resaw the board and plan for a 4 corner match the grains just lined back...
  13. Canary wood box with purple heart splines on home made jig

    According to the catalogs splined joints are the latest thing. I've seen jigs going for over $100 in three different catalogs. This really peaves me as you can make a jig from scraps for the cost of four screws. In fact this box was my first attempt with that simple jig and I think the results...
  14. Cradle project is officially complete !

    On May 26th, the cradle project I started for our friends new grand daughter was officially finished. By the looks of it, she will have plenty of room to move around.
  15. Holiday Gifts

    This is my first round of woodworking gifts for the holidays. I've mainly just worked with maple, so it was fun to pick a couple contrasting woods and play with different widths for the cutting boards and candle holders. Lots of inspiration from other LJ posts, but mainly just trial and error to...
  16. Toys&joys new plan 51 ford pickup

    This is the first of the new patterns that I have built.It is a great model .My dad had one of these trucks back on the farm. I Got to learn how to drive in this truck I was 13 years old.He took me out in the hay field and said lets go.After that i got to drive it twice a day,Go to the pasture...
  17. Zuni Bear light switch cover

    Well here's another project That I just finished. This is my very first attempt at epoxy inlay. For the color in the inlay I used some crushed turquoise beads. No Bubbles in the inlay! So I didn't have to mix any more to fill holes. For the main piece I used walnut, then edged it with some...
  18. bracelet

    This bracelet design came from The Drunken Woodworker. It's a cool design. The wood is canary wood and purple heart, finished with wipe on poly and paste wax. The two halves hold together with rare earth magnets.
  19. Diversion multi-wood box

    A while back I posted a laminated band saw box called Inversion. I mentioned that it was one of two and that the other box was called Diversion. Well, here's the Diversion. I actually designed this one and then inverted the design to make the Inversion box. For some reason I made Inversion...
  20. Canary wood pencil holder

    Made from Canary wood with padauk and walnut accents. I included a picture of the glue up before turning.
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