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  1. Rustic Christmas Tree

    A friend of my wife's liked a picture of one like this and so my wife saw it on her FB news feed and liked it a lot. The people were selling them for $49. I was able to duplicate it using free pallet wood and screws I already had, so total cost to us was $0. My wife painted the lettering…we...
  2. Christmas Morning...

    Santa is resting after working all night to deliver presents. Carved from basswood, painted with acrylic paints. Santa is 5.5 inches tall, including the 9 inch x 9 inch base. Claude
  3. Pair of Expanding trivets/Hot Plates

    [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] This is a pair of matching expanding trivets I made for Christmas. I took the basic design from a commercially produced trivet I spotted in the grocery store. Theirs was bamboo and metal tubes. Mine is all wood. I used some of the scrap dresser wood I scored a...
  4. Santa on a Sled

    A small (4.25 inch) Santa, sitting on a sled and zooming down the hill. Santa is basswood, painted with acrylics. The sled was a vintage purchase. Claude
  5. *update* on Christmas ornaments (up to 85 now)

    So here are 85 ornaments, shaped and most of them (like 90-95%) all have their backings glued on (i think just the moose and a cardinal or two don't). I have 9 other ornaments i need to shape which brings my total to 94. If I am feeling well tonight I will go to the woodshop and see if I can...
  6. Christmas Sled - Apple Wood

    Hope everyone is getting a chance to spend time with family this Christmas. I was fortunate enough to spend time with my brother and his family last night & presented him with the miniature sled made primarily of apple wood. The inspiration for this sled came from previous sled projects by...
  7. Merry Christmas Sled

    Here are a few of the Merry Christmas Sleds I made from the Vectric website. I made seven of the first type all personalized for the recipient. The second picture are for my wife's two nephew's who each had their first kid this year. The construction was pretty straightforward but the painting...
  8. Sushi trays

    I made four of these as Christmas gifts. They're nothing fancy but they were fun and simple to make using wooden scraps. Although they can be used for supporting anything, I think of them as sushi trays ;) The woods used are ash, padauk and walnut. Although not obvious, the edge on the ash...
  9. This Years Ornamental Snowman Decoration

    After a long week of mid-terms, I went home this weekend and spent some quality time on the lathe. After about 4 hours of making bowls, and shavings up to my knees, I wanted to do something a bit different. I had some stock of a maple from an old runner at work, and decided to make another...
  10. Shepherd Crook Staff Hiking Stick Carved Pastor Tall Stick Shepherding Border Collie Dog Trial

    Commissioned Project: Carved Shepherd's Staff Crook This item has been SOLD Serial No. #2012-14 Height: 71" Material: Red Oak Finish: Dye Stains and Flat Lacquer Project Story: Back in the Spring of 2011 a Pastor found my walking sticks on lumberjocks and asked if I would make him a knobby...
  11. Birdhouse Christmas Ornaments

    These are two of the 12 birdhouse ornaments I've made for the local Christmas shows I'm doing. They stand approx 5" high. The walls of the body are about 1/16th" thick. The dark wood is cocobolo and the light wood is maple.
  12. 3D reindeer revisted

    Family members loved my little 3D reindeer ornaments so I grabbed some lumber and started cutting again. I ended up with 3 complete complete sets and some extras. I have the extras in the last photo, I attached a red nose to all of these, and on the 3 complete sets I attached black noses and...
  13. Small Santa

    This little Santa is just 5 inches tall, carved from basswood and painted with acrylics. Claude
  14. Bible Box

    I made this for a friend to give as a Christmas gift. Made from locally sourced oak and maple. Star of David was hand cut on a scroll saw. The idea for the box came from a project I saw from Wayne's Woodenware. Thanks for looking.
  15. Original design - Superman wooden doll lamp/nightlight

    This Christmas, I decide to make an interesting and playful wooden lamp/nightlight for our offices secret Santa game. I have found some designs that look similar, but most of them are using the Edison globe with a long tail of power cable. However, because the recipientant have a young kid at...
  16. Teacher desk name plates

    We decided to make gifts for my kids' teachers this Christmas. We used Siberian Elm for all of them. On the back side is a "trough" for pens/pencils. The two parts are not attached so they could be turned around if they prefer them that way. We used the CNC router in my classroom at school to...
  17. 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...
  18. Reindeer Christmas ornaments

    These ornaments are simple to make. Just grab a branch, then chop up the bits with a small saw, drill a few holes, carve the tenons for the holes, and glue them up. I used the very end of the branches for the ears. Now the count down to Christmas begins…
  19. Small turning ornament for my mom.

    This small turning was made out of zebrawood (my personal favourite) and just finished with some beeswax. Any suggestions on w better finish with a higher gloss?
  20. Birdcage Ornament

    This is a Christmas ornament I made from oak, cedar (for the bird) and poplar dowels. If your interested in watching me make it, here is a link to the video
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