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  1. Halloween Decorations Made From Reclaimed Wood

    Every year we try to think of something fun & festive for the different holidays to do with our spare materials in our warehouse. Here are some Halloween decorations we created using the spare, reclaimed materials. What do you think?
  2. Pirate Treasure Chest

    Done in time for Halloween!!! The boys wanted to be pirates this year and naturally needed a treasure chest to collect their booty from the neighborhood! LOL My search for plans yielded a few plans that were free but nothing fit the bill. I really wanted something special and the youngest...
  3. Reversible Log Ghost and Snowman

    I made a Halloween and Christmas decoration out of old logs. I cut three different sizes logs. debarked them, let them dry for a few days, then painted them white. Drew the faces on and painted them with Craft paint. This is a real easy project, anybody can make this. Note my tree limbs that I...
  4. Wooden Coffin made of pallets

    This is a Wooden Coffin or Casket I made for Halloween decoration last year. It is made from Pallets. This is a easy project to make for decoration. It doesn't have to be perfect, and the pallet boards don't either. If you want to see a step by step instructions, watch my video here on Youtube...
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    Please keep all alcohol away from the pumpkins… ..
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm having trouble deciding between the jet or powermatic 8" helix head jointer. I recently owned the powermatic 8" knife jointer and had to sell all tools during a divorce. I'm in process of getting back all equipment and ready for this next purchase. I bought a PM2000 tablesaw recently and...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi guys (and gals), I figure it's finally time to get my tools back in shape. Seems like everytime I go to use them, I have to jury rig or deal with adjusting/fixing something before I begin to make some saw dust. Anways, I need some help/tips on getting replacing arbor bearings on my old...
  8. Woodcarving
    This is a little pumpkin head carving, 6 inches tall, carved from basswood. I used a Mitch Cartledge rough out I picked up at RWR last month. Claude
  9. Designing Woodworking Projects
    This is my first attempt at building furniture and I would love any advice. We bought a new stove which is a foot narrower than our old stove so we have an odd sized space between the stove and a doorway. I want to build a small table/shelf with a butcher block top to fill the space. I am...
  10. Blogs
    Announcement Halloween Challenge: LumberJocks | HomeRefurbers | GardenTenders That's right. You've been challenged!. You have until the end of the month to build a Halloween decoration for outdoors and enter it in our very first Halloween LumberJocks Challenge. What's the size? That's up to...
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    Beginning this Blog I recently was referred to this site by Steve Good, who has a wonderful, comprehensive scroll saw forum and blog page. Although I have been doing woodworking for almost fifteen years, I have finally reached a point in my life where I am able to make it the main focus of my...
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    Announcement The Headless LumberJock rides again, this time creating a special Halloween Candy Container. There are candy containers used by the average person and then there are those created by LumberJocks! LumberJocks like to think outside the box, or the bowl as in this case, and take...
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    Week 1=What I am planning and how I am doing so far Well I have decided to challenge myself this year in order to work at my woodworking more and get my shop in order.. yeah, yeah I know I was suppose to be doing that as part of ShopQuest 2010. But, really I am going to do this this year, and...
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    A Good Vase Gone Bad I have been turning a lot of bowls lately and my wife is finding it hard to find places for all of them in the house. She has had to resort to putting them on a rotation so each one gets some time on a table or counter in the house. So I decided to change gears a little...
  15. Blogs
    Coyote sighting in Marin! Well, it's not a werewolf, but close. A coyote! Since we are approaching Halloween, I thought I would repost this video I posted on YouTube a year ago. Basically, I wanted to post a simple video showcasing some things I find beautiful this time of year in Northern...
  16. Blogs
    Halloween time. What do you have? Ok so it is October 13, 2011. There is only but half a month before the great holiday of Halloween. This is a time when people get very creative, not only with make-up and costumes, but decorations as well. Now being that I like to mess around with wood, and my...
  17. Blogs
    Homemade Halloween Headstone Pallets seem like they get lots of use these days. In this video I use a pallet in it's simplest form, for a base/stand for a Halloween headstone. Never under estimate what uses a pallet can provide.
  18. Blogs
    The Blair Wood Project Happy Halloween everyone. (As an aside, today is my 666th day on Lumberjocks.)
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    Scrap Wood Project- Candy Coffin Dish Just in time for Halloween! Build this easy made candy dish in the shape of a coffin. after your base is in it's final dimension (measurements included in video), there is no more measuring-even with the different angles. Check out the video and see how it...
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    Bony Halloween project. It's handy. Fun with a 1" belt sander.
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