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  1. Elevated Garden Bed

    My neighbor was a fan of the raised garden beds my wife and I made but mentioned how she had a bad back and would want something elevated for ease of access. We secretly built her this garden box and left it on her driveway where she found it on the morning of her official retirement day. She...
  2. 2 in 1, mobile bench & pallet riser

    I have a loft in the barn that is 9' up, in which I like to store the window AC units, along with lots of other 'stuff'. The problem is that I only have ladder access to the loft and my tractor forks elevate to just over 7' max. So I've been kicking around an idea for an elevated deck pallet...
  3. bottle openers

    These openers use rare earth magnets which are recessed in the back. They attach to any metal surface and when you open a bottle they catch and hold the tops. ( neat idea some other LBJ member shared a while ago)
  4. Elevated Gardening Bed

    I recently had the idea of building a gardening bed for use by the residents of the nursing home where I work. Knowing that many of these people (in their 70's and 80's) would be unable to get down on the ground, I knew that this would have to be an elevated bed. I decided to build the...
  5. Elevated dog bowls

    Quick and straightforward elevated bowls for some pups. I would've preferred to have used my router to cut perfect circles but that would've taken longer than the rest of the entire project. Either way it got me some attention from the girlfriend so thumbs up!
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Good morning folks, the Mrs. and I are going to be adding a deck this Spring and was wondering if anyone could give some ideas on how to not do the standard box beam and joist build. I would love to do something like this. Any ideas welcome. Even if you have a link to a good site with examples...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I've noticed several cutting boards that seemed to be raised so the bottom doesn't contact the counter. What ideas do you have for elevating cutting boards? I did see one (But of course I can't find it now) that showed round rubber (white) feet attached with a screw to the bottom corners.
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