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  1. Card wallet

    I made this credit card wallet from bubinga and ash. It uses two rare earth magnets to keep it closed, ash did not do well with the thin walls around the magnet. But, it still works, so…
  2. Wood Veneer Business Cards With My Bandsaw

    Wanted to try cutting my own veneers to print my business cards on. They aren't exact size but I'm happy with the outcome. I leave a natural edge when I print on cedar and of course they smell great. Softer woods work extremely well, hardwoods brake apart.
  3. Business Card Holders

    Some of my students in my Woods I class decided to make business card holders as a community service project. Simple design and build. The sanding and finishing took them the most time. Finished with natural stain and gloss polyurethane. All wood oak and maple donated from Dorchester...
  4. Antiqued Poker Sign

    This is a Poker sign I made for my uncle-in-law's poker house. On Saturday our family gathers there to visit and play poker. It's a real fun time for adults and kids alike and I wanted to make something to say thanks for allowing all of us to come over and eat and enjoy each other's company...
  5. Business Card Holder

    I wanted a business card holder for my desk at work. I had some scrap cherry in the shop that I used to make it. I thought of making this style after seeing JayT's Business card holder and Rance's business card holder. I finished it off with some clear gloss Minwax whip on Poly. It was a...
  6. "Reflection on the water surface" carved wooden box (2017)

    "Reflection on the water surface" Box sizes: Outer: Length: 11 cm (4,33"), width: 8 cm (3,15"), height: 6,5 cm (2,56"). Inner: Length: 9,2 cm (3,62"), width: 6,2 cm (2,44"), height: 2,1 cm (0,83"). Finish: milk paint, amber varnish, cotton fabric liner. The box in my Etsy shop. Thank you for...
  7. Turned Bottle Openers

    I was having some fun on the lathe, and made a few different bottle openers to practice. Purpleheart, Padauk, and Marblewood. I ended up making another one out of maple similar to the Marblewood one, but didn't get a picture of that one. The padauk handle opener was the first one I made, and...
  8. Card Scraper Holder

    Card Scraper Holder Few years ago I did made another card scraper holder but still I was not satisfied with its performance as I have weak hands/fingers, so I needed a better design/solution to help me out. I find that this design it's much better and ergonomic and needs less effort to scrape...
  9. Walnut Recipe Card Box

    I made this box for a friend who is working on making a collection of his own recipes, and needed a box to store them in. He was having trouble finding a box that fit the exact dimensions of the cards. I really like the grain of the wood. it came out great after a little bit of stain.
  10. Business Card Holder

    I searched for business card holders on LJ and came across a couple of designs that looked pretty cool so I thought I would give it a shot. This is made from Peruvian Walnut and White Ash and was simply glued together and finished with 4 to 5 coats of General Finishes High Performance Satin...
  11. Quick and Easy Card Scraper Holder

    Here's the card scraper I made using a 3/4" Baltic birch plywood scrap, a shop-made knob, a T-nut, four screws and four washers. Finally, a finger relief for long scraping sessions! Find more photos and details on this page of my blog. Thanks for looking. Best, Serge...
  12. New Stuff Around the Shop

    The first two pictures are a sign for the front of the house. I traced my 10" TS blade and used a jigsaw. In the second picture, you can see our state wildflower. The last pictures are of a card holder for a client who will be throwing a family reunion. I am framing some prints by his uncle and...
  13. Business Card Holder

    I made this quick business card holder for my wife so the cards aren't just floating around in her purse. Roughly based on card holders by ghazard and junji, this one is made of walnut and curly maple with a toothpick as the hinge-pin. The "lid" stays shut simply by friction. Finished with...
  14. The truck fleet

    Henry Ford might of had a faster assembly line, but he had more employees. None the less, I managed to get the trucks built. I opted to go with a clear coat finish and let the wood speak for itself. I still managed to get that worn look just from the wood. Each truck has a personalized...
  15. Business Card Holders

    Have you ever had an idea that seemed excellent in your mind, but not so great when brought to reality. This is one of those. It seemed like a great idea to get rid of some old copper wire I had laying around. I was planning on making a bunch of these, but the wire (even when soldered) is...
  16. Folding Card Showcase Box

    This is a project which i made a few years ago, a first year piece. It represents revealing the magic from within. made from Sycamore with a lacquer finish. Follow the link to my blog, to see more projects bit.ly/1fQss24 Hope you enjoy Josh Hall
  17. Trading Card Case w/ Box Joints

    The first project with the properly-calibrated Incra Box Joint Jig. I used black walnut scrap resawed down to 1/4" and sized the box to fit a deck of sleeved trading cards. I kept the inner box a little large so I could sand it back and get a precise fit with the outside. The front and back...
  18. Octagon Pinstripe Card Box for Wedding

    Hey there Jocks- just posting a little quickie project I did last week. My best friend's sister was getting married, and I was really disappointed with my choices of gifts from the registry. I asked my buddy if they had anything to put the cards in at the wedding reception, he said no, so I...
  19. Trading Card Box

    This box is designed to hold my nephew Spenser's sports trading cards. It is made from Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry) with a herringbone inlay in maple, walnut and cardinalwood. Carved mahogany rosette. The tab/closure is made of cherry. All finished with shellac and wax.
  20. Business Card Holder

    I finally got around to making a wooden business card holder. I have seen so many different styles out there and came up with this. My wife took one look at it and stole it for herself so I will just have to make the next one even nicer for myself. You can store 26 business cards in it and it...
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