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  1. Cutting Board Christmas Special

    This Christmas I made over 20 cutting boards for gifts. Most had to be sent before Christmas and before I had a chance to photograph the rest. Here is an array of some of the different designs. The woods used were Maple, Cherry and Walnut. The finish was food grade oil finish. The routed...
  2. Teacher's Pen

    Gift for my son's Kindergarten teacher. Wood: Black Walnut, Chestnut, Red Cedar. For some reason, the finish turned parts of the Chestnut grey. Not sure what I did there, but not complaining. Finished with BLO and CA. One end has red ink and the other has black. Kit from Penn State Industries.
  3. 65mm End Grain Chopping Board / Butchers Block

    This board has been carefully hand-crafted using reclaimed and locally sourced Ash, Beech and Sapele. It is made with waterproof, food safe glue and is a minimum of 65mm thick to provide strength and durability for everyday use. It is finished with a mixture of food grade mineral oil and natural...
  4. Thanks for Years of Pizza

    Oct 12, 2014 I love pizza and I have been going to the same place for 15 years. The owner is really nice and gives me a good price on the pizzas. In return I try to make gifts for him. Last month I gave him a Pizza Cutter that I made from a kit from Rockler. This month I thought Iʻd make him...
  5. Going Away Plaque, FUNNY, FUNNY, FUNNY

    Our CO is leaving soon. The First Classes brought me an old plaque and some parts ( almost no money spent) for his going away gift. The Plaque reads, "Thoughtfully removed by the Acey-Deucey Association, so it wouldn't hit ya where the good Lord split ya! Fair Winds and Following Seas" CO...
  6. Sushi trays

    I made four of these as Christmas gifts. They're nothing fancy but they were fun and simple to make using wooden scraps. Although they can be used for supporting anything, I think of them as sushi trays ;) The woods used are ash, padauk and walnut. Although not obvious, the edge on the ash...
  7. 5th grade Pens

    Hi All, believe it or not I am still around. Just have not been doing much in the way of posting. For those of you that do know me (as there are a ton of new people here) You may recall that my daughter has been turning pens for her teachers since kindergarten. Well as of yesterday she is no...
  8. Little dogs p.2

    I finished some more little dogs. it will be small gifts for my friends. New Year is coming))
  9. Executive Block Set

    I cut a set of blocks for my almost-two year old nephew over the summer. (Have you ever priced those things?!) Turns out adults like to play with them, too. Somewhere in my websurfing I stumbled across a set of "Executive Blocks." It seemed like a good gift for our pastor. We envision him...
  10. Segmented Wine Bottle Stopper - The Heart Stopper

    Visit my Etsy store to see the available wine bottle stoppers Project Description Constructed primarily of maple, the highlight of this piece is the mahogany heart design. As this is a true segmented piece, the heart is only visible on one side. I used a wipe on polyurethane finish. Stopper...
  11. Skull Cage

    Skull Cage Every once in awhile I see an opportunity to lock up something that is unusual and this Skull shaped vodka bottle seemed to be just the right thing. The vodka (if you haven't seen it) is special in that it was tripple filtered through crushed quartz crystals, and the glass bottle...
  12. Shelf Clock for my Wife

    Here is a shelf clock I made for my wife. This project started out a simple pallet wood box and part way through I switch gears and made this. I added a cherry trim to the bottom for weight and looks and finished with Tung Oil. My Daughter cut out the numbers on a Cricket machine and then...
  13. Clear Epoxy - Used Shell, Dovetailed Box

    I recently got married, this is a box that I made as a gift for my best man. After it was complete I filled it with some ammo. I saw some other projects on here that encased items in clear epoxy resin, there was a table with beer caps that impressed me in particular...
  14. something... more.

    This is a wedding gift for my youngest niece. Inspired by http://lumberjocks.com/projects/83867 thanks bazz! I had the letters finished in time to be shipped however it just seemed to want something… more. Finally settled on the base with the wedding date scrolled into it. All made from 1/2" red...
  15. Teacher desk name plates

    We decided to make gifts for my kids' teachers this Christmas. We used Siberian Elm for all of them. On the back side is a "trough" for pens/pencils. The two parts are not attached so they could be turned around if they prefer them that way. We used the CNC router in my classroom at school to...
  16. My take on the poopin moose

    This Christmas I wanted to give my in-laws (who live on a lake in the mountains) something different. Came across this idea from others who had build similar pooping mammals. I wanted to make mine custom and more realistic so as to fit in with the theme of their cabin. They loved it! Lots of...
  17. Segmented Wine Bottle Stopper - 1/2 & 1/2 Twist

    This bottle stopper has been sold. Visit my Etsy store to see the available wine bottle stoppers Project Description This segemented stopper is my first completed project in my June 2009 "30 Projects in 30 Days" challenge. Building these stoppers has been a lot of fun for me. Each design...
  18. 5 drawers jewelry box made out aspen log

    this another jewelry box made out of aspen log,,,,,,this one have a five drawers, this jewelry box has been finished with 4 coat of clear lacquer, i hope you like….. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=220336864763&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=012#ebayphotohosting here...
  19. Year round calendar holder

    I don't know about any of you out there but my wife runs our home using a wall calendar. Each year it is a requirement to have a new calendar before or just after year's end. As a wedding gift we were given a reproduction Coca-cola calendar holder. After many years of use and abuse the Coca-cola...
  20. Router Bowl Anniversary Gift

    My neighbors first wedding Anniversary is on Monday and I made my first router bowl as a gift for them. I knew the theory of how to make one, but things didn't go well at all… mostly because I never used any of these tools before. It almost ended up not getting completed. This was my first time...
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