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  1. Airsoft GoPro mount

    Not long ago I bought an airsoft shotgun, to play a few battles with friends and shot them down, but I didnt had a way to film the actual batle, like and first person shoter game. So I searched for some sort of mount to secure my gopro to the weapon.. Unfortunately I only found mount to smg and...
  2. Marking Awl

    Hey guys! This was a fun little lathe project i made. I was tired of using nails to mark the centres of my holes before drilling so i decided to make my own awl! I used African rosewood for the handle, a brass fitting that i then turned down on the lathe and a old masonry bit i had laying...
  3. You Name It - This Week's Woodstuffs

    These are a few of the items made and shipped this week. I use a 1974 Craftsman bandsaw with an eighth inch blade. Sand to 320 grit. They measure 5/8×5/8×2-4 inches, and are finished with three coats of lacquer. The woods pictured are Figured Cuban Mahogany, Cherry, Narra (amboyna), Paduak...
  4. Live Edge Maple Trestle Table

    Time for another dining table project for one of my son's. This one was to be a live edge table but he wanted an original design base. The third pic shows the model I built to get approval on the design, as well as a segmented bowl made from leftover bits - 1:12 scale. I paid particular...
  5. Jewellery Box (Art Deco style)

    Reclaimed solid mahogany jewellery box with figured sycamore top inlaid in an Art Deco style with solid purpleheart and centuries old bog oak. There are three layers , the bottom layer is open and is the overall size of the box , the middle layer is a tray the overall size of the box partitioned...
  6. Large Carvers Chisel Mallet

    I turned this large Mallet from a piece of Hard Maple from my firewood pile. It was supposed to be a practice turning piece, but I've since used it a lot and really like the weight and size of it :) The Mallet is: 10" long overall (25.5cm) 5" across the head (12.7cm) The handle is 1 1/2" (3.8cm)...
  7. Simple Router Plane

    I built this very basic but functional Poor Man's Cordless Router from scrap Poplar and Oak and used a sharpened Allen Key for a blade :) I laminated two pieces of Poplar together to provide the thickness I needed. The blade holder is a simple knob with 6mm threaded rod epoxy'd in. I drilled a...
  8. Hexagon Box in Two-color concept

    Actually, I have already made the part 2 of the Two tone hexabox but when I was about to post it, I was out from the server. The internet just close and I could not recover what I have done. I will PM Martin for that if he could recover back and post it as blog… If not sorry. I don't want to...
  9. Walnut Belt Buckle

    First buckle (001/10). Working out the idea in a beautiful piece of Walnut. It is sanded to 600 grit, finished with three coats of wipe on poly, waxed and buffed. I am hoping to start making these in all types of figured hardwoods. I have saved some nice little chunks for something special...
  10. Pizza Peels! <- yes I had to look up what they're called

    After some pizza making failures I finally got around to making the proper tool to solve my pizza problems. I had some old thin cherry that would work perfectly! (at least I was told it was cherry, I think it could be a close relative) The striping in one of them is just sapwood, not another...
  11. '32 Ford Sedan Hot Rod Freaky Ford Blue Toy Car

    The second car in the blue series. A 1932 Ford Sedan. I have several sets of these waiting for finishing and and assembly. The idea is to test different finishes and techniques with each set. The car body is made from MDF the rest of the parts are birch. The body paint is Hoe Depot oops paint...
  12. Miter/Mitre Box

    As a rookie on woodworking cuting straight isnt one of my strong points, so the miter/mitre box was created!!! I made it from spares, its just two bigger pieces one on each side that I glued and screwed to the bottom, later I aded a piece of acrylic to make it more stable (I ended up changing...
  13. Maple Sink Base

    Here's a maple sink base I made based on homeowner sketches (yikes!). All material was rough cut to begin so all the milling too me quite a while. He wanted 4 inch thick legs so i ended up using 10/4 and gluiong up two pieces after carefully jointing them. My years in a handmade furinture...
  14. Turquoise Inlay, Juniper Log Candle Holder

    Just finished this juniper cancle holder. It fits either votives or tea light candles. I have added turquoise througout, this is one that I was not going to add turquoise but… it was just begging to have it. I finished it with 2 coats of semi gloss polycrylic
  15. 32 Deuce Coupe - Toy Car - Hot Rod - Little Deuce Coupe

    Number three in the Freaky Fords Blue Series. The more I look at this color combination the more I like it. I'm partial to blue any way. I think it works well with the flat black wheels. I really wanted to have white walls on these but I could not figure out how to do it and make them look good...
  16. Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 32 Ford Sedan - Lavender

    Another in the Hot Rod Freaky Ford series. A lavender and metallic purple paint scheme. The paint is Behr Oops paint form Home Depot I get for $0.50. When ever I'm in the store I walk by the paint department to see what they have. At first I grabbed everything but soon realized that I would wind...
  17. Set of 4 Custom Coasters

    This is a set of handmade coasters I produced for a friend. She lives in and grew up around Rochester, NY, also known as "The Flower City" for their annual Lilac Festival. The woodburned design on the coaster holder is directly from the flag of the City of Rochester. The coasters are made from...
  18. Wooden Toy Play Pal Monster Truck, Laminated Oak & Poplar Body, Clear Shellac Finish

    This may be the last of these in the Play Pal Monster truck series. This one is my favorite. I really like the way the clear shellac looks on the Oak and I think the metallic purple hubs work great with it. This little truck is quite heavy for its size and rolls great on just about any surface...
  19. Laminated Oak and Poplar Play Pal Monster Truck

    Made from reclaimed oak and poplar this is another in my series of Play Pal Monster trucks. I cut this on a scrollsaw. After destroying several bodies attempting to cut the windows and get them ti look right I gave up and started drilling them. The finish is amber shellac except for the hubs...
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