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  1. Coaster With Fractal Burns

    These were a fun project. made in 2 parts. Pine on top & masonite bottom for strength & visual effect. Tightbond III glueup Rough cut around with scroll saw Fine trim with router & template stuck with double sided tape. Finished with Feast Watson gloss wipe on poly, although the gloss...
  2. Coasters

    Made some coasters as gifts. The coasters are teak with maple. The box is maple with a cherry and walnut spline. Finished with tung oil I had to add little corner splines to the first box to cover up my bad miters. Turned out my tablesaw blade was about .012 out of parallel with the miter...
  3. Hexagon Coasters

    I've been wanting to incorporate epoxy resin to a project, so I figured epoxy coasters would be a good place to start. Wanting to add a little flare, I decided to make hexagon coasters, using a hexagon cutting jig I made a while back (you can see the hexagon jig video here). To make the...
  4. First Attempt - End Grain Coasters

    Just thought I would try to make some end grain coasters. I'm happy with them, just wish their overall size was more consistent between one design and the other… next set…..
  5. Flame birch and walnut coaster set

    A coaster set I made a few years ago, holding up great
  6. Custom coasters

    I designed and made these for friends. I am Slowly learning to use my CNC machine. I can already see an upgrade is in order.

    Pallet coasters, each, made of one piece of beech, dimensions 120×80x12mm. All cuts and grooves were made on tablesaw and router table, sanded on disc sander. Finish wood oil.
  8. Scrap Wood Gifts - Coasters

    Every so often, after enough other projects have either been completed or abandoned, the wood pile in my shop tends to have lots of oddly shaped, small pieces of wood that just aren't big enough to do much with. I imagine most of you are like me when it comes to this trait, but especially on...
  9. 3D Tumbling Block Coasters

    3D tumbling block pattern coasters made from Walnut, Maple, Cherry, and Padauk.
  10. Beer Swap 2020- from a non-drinker

    Another Swap has come and gone and another is on the way. The latest swap was the annual Beer Swap hosted by Kenny. Thanks Kenny! I don't even drink but decided to jump in anyway. I received Grant as my recipient and came up with the small set of items you see here. The Pizza Party Tool is made...
  11. Guitar work is slow so coasters it is with new laser

    Coasters are pine engraved with laser. Base is red cedar with natural front edge with four white oak posts. All have psa cork on the back engraved with "made by" info. These were for my church. Making more that are five pieces of wood. Ebony, Purple Heart, Maple and some with Walnut, Sapele and...
  12. coasters

    This is some sets of coasters that went to my craft fair offering this year. They are made from walnut and cherry with foam inserts containing pictures from my local area. My Son works in a printing and graphics shop and made them for me. He also did all the photography on the inserts. I made...
  13. Laser engraved coasters

    First projects to use the new laser to engrave picture, image and words. Some trial and error to get it. The granddaughter hinted she needed some coasters. She has a Corgi, Pixel. The dog image is engraved onto thin cork sheet and inset into the recess in the mahogany. Cork is 3 inches...
  14. Spalted Red Oak Drink Coasters

    Been trying to think outside the box to fill the tables of an upcoming church silent auction. I thought coasters would be easy… Didn't realize until I painted the top with Danish oil that it was red oak (I have a lot of spalted maple from a couple trees on the property.) how'd I know it was red...
  15. Scrap Wood Coasters/ Drink Mats

    I posted this project over on YouTube back on Wednesday so apologies if you have seen it already. Anyways, here are some coasters which I made out of scrap wood, be sure to watch the video! Also, here is the article:
  16. Hanging Quilt Rack

    My mother-in-law made my wife a quilt for Christmas, so of course she needed someway to display it. We settled on this design after some searching on the internet. A very simple design that didn't take too long. All pine construction, it will be finished with an ebony stain. I'll add some...
  17. Custom Coaster (Andrew Weber Edition)

    custom coasters medium - ambrosia maple, burning tool, mdf, paint, colored pencil, maple, felt original - not for sale
  18. Table coasters

    This was a set of table coasters that I made for our house. OOPS!! I was wrong we do have something that I carved in our house!!! These are made of butternut, chip carved, and then stained. I bought the sandstone inserts and used contact adhesive to attach them. Enjoy.
  19. more candle holders and coasters

    candle holders and live edge coasters for my sister in law. these are easy presents to make. the candle holders are DF with Walnut and walnut with Ash. The pictures do not do them justice - they look much nicer in reality…. the coasters are from silver beech donated by daltxguy. they have...
  20. Coasters from scrap wood

    Thanks to AJ , I have recycled scrap wood from the bin into some nice Christmas presents. The pieces had not come out the way I had wanted and was ready to scrap them. But thanks to a fellow LJ's great idea….voila! And I was also able to make a coaster from the scrap's scraps!! The middle one is...
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