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  1. Scott's dirt bike Cap Mirror

    This project was supposed to be a Christmas present, however time didn't allow it. Thankfully the recipient - (daughter's boyfriend of 3 years) has his Birthday in January, so I said it is going to be a birthday present instead! Recently a fellow LJ (sorry I couldn't find you again after I...
  2. Frames, scrolled & etched

    Doesn't it show what different colouring can do for a project. Admittedly I have internally framed one, but both were stack cut. As these were cut using ply and our ply here is very noticeably different in the layers, I decided to paint the back and the inside cuts with black to hopefully just...
  3. Baby Block for new Grandbaby

    I was blessed with a new grandbaby earlier in the year - our first. So I wanted to make one of those baby blocks that shows the date of birth and other details. But most of the ones on the net seem to be using a solid wood block so you end up with end grain on two sides. This one was a little...
  4. Craftsman Mantle Clocks with Etched Dials

    I wanted to do a relatively simple (to build) craftsman style clock to sell along with my others, but I wanted something that incorporated a tile. I found a design online from Schlabaugh & Sons to start from (last pic). I made a few changes to it that I think improves it a bit. 1st, I wanted...
  5. Craftsman Bracket Clocks with Etched Sailboat Dials

    I made my 1st of this style clock about 2 years ago and posted it then. These came out really cool, so I thought I post them. I've sailed for a long time, and we have a boat, Terrapin, that was actually built by a fellow LJ'er (shipwright) back in 1985. I actually found him via his LJ blog...
  6. Etched Copper Mantle Clock

    This is number three in this 'class' of clocks I've been making lately, the first one can be seen in my previous projects page. First the general information: Overall the clock is 10"x10", give or take. The clock guts are a KlockKit quartz movement. I like these movements because they are...
  7. Arts and Crafts Clock

    I built this clock as a gift for my parents a few years back. The design came out of an old Wood magazine that my father-in-law had, but the dimensions a little bit different. The plans also list a website to order several different styles of panels that fit in the bottom of the clock, but I...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    I've read everything I could read on wipe on finish, the best type to buy, how to make your own, best tempature etc - and after a week of fooling with it I have to admit I don't get it. What I end up with is micro fine streaky finish that will have to be polished. I feel like I should have...
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