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  1. Wooden Beard Combs

    One from Walnut and one from Blood wood, I made these combs for my cousin's husband for Father's Day. I sanded them to 320 grit and used Dutch Oil and then finished off with a paste wax. I almost wish I had kept one for myself honestly.
  2. Mail Organizer

    We had mail sitting on tables, shelves, dog kennels, and I would always think to myself, 'I wish we weren't so messy.' So I got proactive and fashioned this wall-hanging mail organizer for the house. I only wish I had made it a little bigger, now that we've had it for a while and it's full most...
  3. Jewelry Box (first attempt)

    Made this for my girlfriend for her birthday. It was my first attempt at making a jewelry box, and there are some things now I wish I would have done differently, but overall I'm pleased with how it turned out. She was happy as well. Made from Cedar from Home Depot, routed all the trim before I...
  4. Barber's clipper charging stand

    A customer asked that I make him a unique charging stand for his barber clippers, and gave me creative freedom. I used Marble wood (never again haha), and started with drilling a pilot hole in the middle of a solid block, then using my band saw to cut that in half and basically just began...
  5. Coffee Table

    I used to work for a carpentry company, and we were helping with constructing a mansion. The customer had requested these giant rafter tails made from cedar, and there were so many discarded pieces that were going to be thrown away, I just couldn't let them go to waste. I took as many as I could...
  6. Finishing
    I know this is a long shot but it's worth a shot. I'm trying my hand at refinishing a piano cabinet that is over 100 years old. The finish is cracked and gross but sands off pretty easily. I pulled the back of the cabinet off to experiment since it won't be seen. I got the finish all off and...
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