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  1. Projects Rustic Christmas Tree

    This was the start of my descent into madness this evening and so far it's going pretty good, mistakes were made but it was too late to go back and fix them, gonna just soldier on and wrap it up. I think it turned out pretty nice and is going right along with what I wanted to make. Tomorrow I...
  2. Projects Outdoor Christmas decorations

    Sorry for the lighting. They do look much better when lit up later in the afternoon and evening. The only reasonable shots of construction show how simple this really was. I laid the 2x4 uprights on the shop floor and then placed "enough" salvaged pallet boards into "about the right"...
  3. Doll Beds with Trundles

    A friend at church asked if I could make doll beds for her grandaughters this Christmas. I oblidged and got a third order from a friend at work. This was a successful use of mortise and tenon joints made with the table saw sled (tenons) and a forstner bit (mortises). I enjoyed routing the...
  4. First Christmas Ornament

    This is a First Christmas Ornament for my 1 month old son, Hudson. It was custom-designed by me in Photoshop, then built using a bandsaw, table saw, and scroll saw, and woodburner. Hope you like it! Be sure to check out the associated PhotoBlog on how I built the ornament.
  5. Sand Speeder Toy

    Have you ever watched those Christmas specials with all the elves sitting around making wooden toys. Then on Christmas morning, kids all over the world start opening plastic toys that require batteries. What gives? When my son was born, I decided that every year Santa would be giving him a...
  6. Getting Ready for my Winter Show

    So i was accepted into my first craft show (first time applying, it was a juried show and i got in). So my plan is to make around 100 intarsia ornaments for this show… Not to mention a couple of kaleidoscopes, a few cutting boards, 8 photo frames, some wine stoppers, and a few bandsaw boxes...
  7. Cutting Boards for Christmas

    Well…my first project post. Here we go. I decided to make a cutting board as a Christmas present for my step-mom. It is one of the ones in the picture with three of them. I have a version just like it, only bigger, that I made my wife a couple years ago. it has been nice to use, but really too...
  8. Chicken Ornaments

    It is once again time for the Christmas Ornament Challenge by youtubers Alan Stratton and Carl Jacobson. I made these chicken ornaments to poke a little fun at Peter Brown for not entering last year's Christmas Ornament Challenge and to encourage him to enter this years contest. If you...
  9. Toy Airplane made for Christmas giveaway.

    Following a newspaper article about the Mason Dixon Woodworking club and our toy program, we were contacted by a Christian School that asked if some of their children could be involved. We worked out a schedule were we would hold four weekly classes with three different groups of children. Don...
  10. Christmas jewelry box

    Jewelry box Christmas present made from Birdseye maple, katalox, walnut, redwood burl, and hard maple. Finished with semigloss and gloss polyurethane. Secret compartment hidden in the base. Brusso hinges.
  11. Christmas 2013 Gifts

    I picked up a used mastercraft scroll saw the fall and have been hooked ever since. I made a few Steve Good patterns and they turned out half decent so I decided I would try my hand at making a few Christmas gifts this year. The first one is nutcracker ornament. My wife collects nutcrackers...
  12. Christmas Nutcracker

    This is a nutcracker I made for my mom for Christmas cause she collects nutcrackers. i just stain and poly it because im not a good painter and I didnt wanna screw it up too bad.
  13. Turned Snowman Box

    Had some time between projects, a large round blank, and a friend that collects Snowmen. Put all that together and the results are a Turned Snowman Box approximately 9" tall and 4" wide. I started out turning the three boxes and the Hat out of the blank. Then I used 3/8" plugs for the buttons...
  14. Soap Stone Christmas Ornament

    This is a Christmas Tree Ornament that is made with a sea urchin shell. The shell has a large hole in the top and a smaller hole in the bottom. I made a large plug for the top and a smaller one for the bottom out of soap stone. I then made the top phenyl to accept a string to hang on the tree...
  15. Toy Barn

    My son is really into toy farm animals and had been wanting a barn to keep them in. My wife & I were hunting around ebay when I saw a picture of a barn similar to this one and thought "I can do that!" :-) Barn is made from 1/2" birch plywood with maple trim. Finished with Varathane stain on...
  16. Heirloom Christmas Ornaments

    Every year I enjoy making Christmas Ornaments for our family and friends, I've seen similar ornaments online but want to try my hand at making my own scroll saw pattern. Oak was milled out of some firewood that I split here on our farm that was just too pretty to burn! I've included a link to...
  17. Christmas Ornaments 3 of ??

    Here are 3 More Ornaments that I have Previously done. Sorry for not posting more projects, I've been setting up my Workshop blog and getting ready for a Live Cast, if anyone is interested, please check it out in my Blog here on LJ I give the info of where and when. Tech Specs: Materials...
  18. Photo Box & Frame

    Well, this is the last of my holiday presents I made this year. I made my parents a cutting board, and my older brother and his wife a Photo Album. This is for my younger brother and his girlfriend. I was originally going to make them a photo album as well, but my concept and design took a...
  19. 2012 Ornaments

    Here are a couple of the ornaments I made for Christmas presents this year. I made six total. I decided to do something a little different than previous years. I laminated four scrap pieces of wood: cherry, curly walnut, sassafras, and redheart. I then rough cut the heart shapes on my scroll...
  20. Wall Decoration (Lemons into lemonade)

    One of those projects where nothing seemed to go right. The end result was good, and I still had all of my fingers, so I guess it was a win. Otherwise I haven't had so many problems on a (relatively simple) project before. But as I like to say, the only simple operation is the one you aren't...
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