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  1. Simple Coasters

    Simple coasters made from "scrap" cuts in the shop. Trivet-style main blocks with wood trim and 1/4" reveal/railing. Copper nail accents and spray shellac finish. Total time: 1 hour
  2. Drinking Glasses Box

    This was a box that a friend asked me to make for him. It was a gift to his wife for their anniversary, and was designed to hold some drinking glasses that were given to his wife at their wedding. The glasses were given to his grandparents as a wedding gift, and they passed them down to my...
  3. Pine Log Coasters

    A Bunch of coasters I cut out of a pine log. coated with marine varnish. pretty cool idea I barrowed from blackie on this website.
  4. Drink Coasters

    Coasters are made from Japanese Elm, I think. A quick bandsaw project. Not much more to say.
  5. DRINK STORAGE CART •

    Nov 3, 2020 Making better use of space in our pantry prompted me to make this drink storage cart. Previously we just stacked the drink cans on the pantry floor. The problem with this method was you could only stack them so high before it became unwieldy and unstable. To get to the cans on the...
  6. Scrap Wood *********************************** Cooler

    Not much of a story. My daughter wanted a rustic wedding and a watering trough as a drink cooler. I can't just throw a metal tub on the ground and call it a day, so… I had a bunch of cut-off 2X4s laying around and got to work. The only "new" purchase was the trough and the hinges. I...
  7. Wood Tankard

    Made a 3 wooden tankards for Christmas gifts this year. I used some different types of cherry for the contrasting colors, cut the wood into staves with the angle set to 11.5 degrees, and finished it with pour-on epoxy. After all of my research, the epoxy "should" be food safe if left to cure...
  8. 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: http://thiswoodwork.com/scrap-wood-coasters/
  9. Walnut Coffee Table

    Working on this coffee table, i am using walnut and walnut ply, mortice and tenon joinery. Finish will be shellac and arm-r-seal.
  10. How to Make Wooden Drink Mat Coaster(Scrap Wood)

    In this video I will be showing you how to make these lovely, stylish drink mats. These were made of bit of wood lying around the shop. For this project I glued various woods together and then made a border. After that I sanded them all down. I applied a couple of coats then waxed them up. LINK...
  11. Walnut Coaster Set

    Made this simple set of walnut coasters with family member first initials, and last name initial. This is my first set of coasters I have made, hopefully the next set will be a little more of a challenge. Used up some walnut cut offs from a previous project. Used biscuits to align pieces while...
  12. Drink Caddy

    Drink caddy for decanter and 4 on the rocks glasses. Solid cherry with a lazy susan. 15" across 2 5/8" thick.
  13. Beer Tote and Small Box

    Made this beer/drink tote for my brother in law for Christmas, and used some of the cutoffs to make a little jewelry box for his wife. I used aspen for the tote and aspen with some leftover sapele for the box, both finished with wipe on poly. I didn't get very good pictures of them before I gave...
  14. drink swing

    Swing for spirits. The top cover is removable. Lock the vertical position.
  15. Rustic Cedar Cooler

    I decided to build one of the very popular YouTube projects called a "Rustic Cedar Cooler". There are literally several hundred variations on this project, and I randomly chose and copied DIYPete's plan, which looked like something workable in my shop. Thanks Pete! I'm not smart enough to do...
  16. 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...
  17. Drink Coasters

    After a recent bathroom remodel, I had some leftover terrazzo tiles. Couldn't return them because it was a partial box so why not make some drink coasters. I took some cherry, maple, and walnut scraps - cut them down to 4.75" square and routed out an inset area for the tiles. After putting a...
  18. Simple Reclaimed Barn Wood Frame and Sign

    I made this frame out of our thicker grade "mushroom wood" that we have at the lot. It's cut so that only the barnwood edges are visible. I also have a sign plotter in the back room that I use from time to time. I put the sign on special sign plywood that I had laying around.
  19. Wooden Drink Mat Coaster(Scrap Wood)

    In this video I will be showing you how to make these lovely, stylish drink mats. These were made of bit of wood lying around the shop. For this project I glued various woods together and then made a border. After that I sanded them all down. I applied a couple of coats then waxed them up...
  20. Pallet Wood Coffee Table

    A coffee table is a great item to have, especially a free pallet coffee table. They hold drinks, plates, toys, remotes, magazines, and sometimes even people. I happened to find a listing on craigslist for some pallets at a tractor store. They transported mowers on these pallets and upon arrival...
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