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  1. Walnut Clad Pump Dispensers

    Using the project info. from the WOOD magazine: Walnut Pump Dispenser ( Oct 1991 Issue 46 P.74), I made a couple of lotion / soap dispensers out of 1/4" Walnut. I'm going to make a few more using scrap oak pieces. By the way, the most critical tool used for this project was the digital angle...
  2. "Twisted Santa ornament"

    This is an "icicle" style ornament that my daughter loves, so I am surprising her with this one that I just completed especially for her a few minutes ago. It will be attached to a package my wife will be giving her tomorrow at her holiday wedding shower. She doesn't know that I have worked...
  3. spoon #1

    This was an enjoyable project - quite rewarding. My birthday present tools were very helpful.
  4. Gift boxes

    Although it might look complicated, it is rather easy using the Incra fence on my router table. I used maple with walnut for the contrasting wood. I cut the patterns using my scroll saw, gluing them in place. The grape-leaf design was a bit more work, considering each grape had to be placed in...
  5. Started months ago just finished it today. Cigar box guitar

    I started this guitar months ago but it sat around unfinished. I decided to wrap it up today. Its a short version with a poplar neck with padauk inlaid into it. It has frets to scale for its size. Its a 4 string and it feels really solid which is different from others i have seen, they...
  6. Sycamore - Firewood to Cell Phone Chair

    First a question…as a fellow lj, which to you looks better. The pale wood which is just plain sanded wood or the yellowish color wood is with a coat of tund oil. Later I am going to wax a piece of the plain sanded wood to see how that will look. When leaving work I saw that a coworker had a...
  7. Look maw' No lathe ( Razor handle w/Inlay)

    This a razor handle that I did a few months back, like the title says I used no lathe to comlplete it. It is made out of a pen blank of Argentine Lignum Vitae, a Woodcraft chrome razor kit and crushed Turquoise. It is all done with hand tools and my trusty Dremel tool with lots and lots of hand...
  8. "Guardians" Twin Log Bed

    This is a twin size log bed made from Eastern White Cedar. The headboard and footboard upright posts are 5"-6" diameter, the spindle are 3" dia. and the rest of the rails and crossmembers are 4" dia.. 2" x 2" Tenon and mortise as well as pocket hole joinery was used thoughout. I added a strip...
  9. Not just a mallet

    Bacote and hickory mallet. I was tired of trying to avoid scarring from metal or rubber hammers so I decided to whip this together. Total finished length is about 13 inches long. The pads were glued up to resemble a tapered through mortise. The reasoning for this is obvious when you notice the...
  10. Dovetail and Carved Candle Box

    So I made a box for my wife a while back and everyone kept asking how I made it so I thought I would make a second one slightly differently and show what all went into making this small Dovetailed Candle Box. Here is the full Build video on this box!
  11. Night stand

    Night stand made from cherry did a dado and rabbit joint for the case joinery and biscuit joined the top hop my post worked I'm new to woodworking a d would like to hear feed back from the vets that's helpful always a pleasure to talk to pros and learn 3 parts base and cabinet used a kreg joiner...
  12. Nautical Style Submarine Door

    This is a submarine door all made from recycled lumber. It is grafted into a standard door which is the door to my office at work. I made this all at home in my shop and installed it into my existing office door at work on the weekend. It has been up for almost a year and people still stop to...
  13. Thanksgiving Serving Bowl

    Bowl of laminated walnut, purpleheart, and lightly curly maple. Carved with a grinder mounted chainsaw disc and hand sanded to 300, grain raised, and buffed with 0000 steel wool. I borrowed some beeswax from my art teacher and melted it with mineral oil for a food safe finish with good sheen...
  14. Rustic Wine Rack

    This wine rack is made from a slab taken out of a Douglas Fir on our property that was rotting from the inside out. I used a hole saw to start the circle cuts, and then went to a Forstner bit to clean them out. The open center was completed the same way. Very labor intensive, so I'm going to try...
  15. Bedside Stool

    I made this stool for my daughter-in-law, she was having a difficult time getting into her bed while pregnant. I started making four of these, but it has been difficult to get much shop time lately so I backed off and finished this one. I have the pattern cut out for the others stools and will...
  16. Persian King Number One

    This is the first of two Persian king carvings for a custom column that I am making for in a customers home. The carving is 18-in. x 24-in. and the stain will match the gray slat color on the artwork. To seal the wood I brushed on a conditioner on both sides of the 2-in.-thick basswood. This...
  17. Toy Tortilla Press

    This took me about 12 man hours to make,in school for some 3 weeks,but I was making 2,but the other one,I didn't finish in time before break,so I have to do the rest when I get back.This one was finished with mineral oil in a hurry,and has a bit of pencil lines and sanding marks still one...
  18. Find a Home for an Intarsia Carousel Horse Wall Hanging

    I really had some fun making this piece and it was a real challenge. I saw a picture on the internet and made a pattern based on that with Inkskape. It ended up having 190 different pieces with 13 different kinds of woods. The pole was a real challenge to make out of a block of yellow heart...
  19. Jus' Playin'

    Father's Day settin on the front porch carving…
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