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  1. Popcorn Dispenser

    One of my first projects and took days to complete.
  2. Battery Storage/Dispenser

    View on YouTube Are you tired of having your bateries laying around?? I was, thats why I made this dispenser, its fully made of plywood glued together and a piece of acrylic on the front also glued. Finally I gave the wood a dark stain to match the rest of the furniture in the kitchen.
  3. Business Card Case

    I got frustrated by the fact that my business cards are laying loose all over my camera bag. I decided I needed a card case but why not make one out of wood. I had some scrap walnut and maple in the shop. In no time I had this new card case which works perfectly. Now the only problem is that...
  4. Red Oak Candy Dispenser

    A couple of weeks back I made this candy dispenser out of red oak. This was such a fun project to make, and I made a YT video for those interested (see below) in how I made it. I bought dimensional lumber from the home improvement store and just used the miter saw for cross cuts. Didn't have to...
  5. Black Walnut Candy Dispenser and Game

    This is a variation of the candy plinko design that Steve Ramsey shared a while back. I chose to use black walnut, real glass front, and brass pins. This turned out better than I expected. It can dispense plain M&M's, Reese's pieces, Skittles or any other 1/2" candy. Games can be created...
  6. Rough Looking Candy Dispenser

    So ever since I was a kid I had wanted a candy dispenser. As a challenge I decided to find some decent plans and make one myself. A couple things to know about this: I consider myself an amateur that does this for fun and to keep me out of trouble. I own only very basic tools which makes...
  7. Large size tape dispenser

    A few years ago, I was shipping a lot of items. I wanted a larger size tape dispenser that uses standard size shipping tape. The only ones I could find were over $50. I decided to design my own. I ended up making many of them as family gifts. They are especially popular for wrapping Christmas...
  8. Hand-Cranked Worm Gear Driven Large Marble Dispenser

    I made a direct drive version of this and it was ok except you can dispense all 6 marbles in less than 6 seconds…..which is very fast. If I use a worm gear drive, I can slow it down so it takes longer to dispense all 6 marbles. About 4 seconds per marble would be about right, which is 15 RPM...
  9. Clean Candy Dispensers

    I wanted to share with other WW's some of my ideas of how I build a candy dispenser that can be easily disassembled and cleaned. picture #1 is shows how I can make one style into a gumball or candy dispenser. Picture #2 is the machine disassembled. The front glass slides right out, the dowel...
  10. K-Cup Dispenser

    A friend of mine wanted a dispenser for his single cup coffee maker K-Cups. Used some left over 1/2" oak and some Plexiglas I recycled from a company that does trade shows. Finish is General Arm-R-Seal oil and urethane semi-gloss.
  11. Countertop Wine Box Holder

    I built this wine box holder for my father in-law. I actually completed this project in the summer. I am just now getting around to posting this. I found the PERFECT drip catcher at the local Goodwill "A Man Without Wine Is Like A Day Without Sunshine". The project is made from solid white oak...
  12. Small, but so helpful...(with some how-to)

    I go through a lot of shop towels. A nice Dispenser was in order. There was one hiding in this ratty old piece of pallet wood 4X and just needed coaxing out. The top was painted with Cypress Green Milk Paint, and the frame was finished with Boiled Linseed Oil and Wax. I've included some how-to's...
  13. 1 Board 1 Project "bench sander" tape dispenser

    I needed a packaging tape dispenser and was all set to make a plain utilitarian one when I ran across the 1 Board 1 Project Spring Challenge, so I got inspired to get a little more creative. I suppose ChuckV's chisel rack got me thinking about relating my dispenser to the shop, and started...
  14. M&M (candy) Dispenser

    M&M dispenser made in the "segmented" style. Thanks to all the other jocks out there for the inspiration to finally mark this one off my bucket list! Wide mouth canning jar used. Base is oak, main body is oak and cherry. Top ring is oak. Slide is cherry with a maple knob. Should have cut groove...
  15. Scotch Tape Dispenser in Two Woods

    May, 2011-I was inspired by seeing a photo of another woodworker's tape dispenser. Then I had this odd-shaped cut-off from another project, and it seemed just about right to transform into a Scotch tape dispenser. This is made from poplar and pine. The poplar pieces are both dark and light. I...
  16. My first project!

    Finally finished my first real woodworking project. I learned a lot making this and can't wait to make more stuff! I used only hand tools for this project, so it took a little longer than anticipated, but I'm pleased with the result. I weighted the dispenser by putting two scrap steel rods into...
  17. Paper Towel Dispenser

    Hi there, here is a paper towel dispenser I turned on the lathe that I made for my wife out of some walnut mill offcuts. It was finished with a rubbing oil and works quite well. I turned it in two pieces then I countersunk the stem into the base and glued it. I also made a larger one out of oak...
  18. Kitchen Paper Towel Dispenser

    A paper towel dispenser with display shelf. This is my own design, made from Pine with Dark Walnut finish
  19. Walnut Liquor/Wine Dispensor

    I've seen these floating around on the Internet over the last few months. After a lot of experimentation I finally figured it out. I just finished this up tonight. This is a liquor/wine dispenser made from walnut. It was a challenge to figure out and hopefully I can sell a few. I'm hoping to...
  20. Bag dispenser from reclaimed wood

    It seems like I always need one of those plastic grocery bags when I'm outside of down in the basement. My wife often comes in from the yard through our back ground entrance for a bag to pluck out the poison ivy she just found. Finally I grabbed up a few of the pallet wood boards that I had...
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