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  1. Projects Honeycomb Charcuterie board

    I've always wanted to make an epoxy & wood honeycomb serving board so I finally did! But of course I had to take it a step further and make it luminescent. Bring on the dinner parties!! I first batched out about 50 hexagons using my homemade hexagon cutting jig. I build a mold and laid them out...
  2. Hexagon Shelves on Herringbone Panel

    Over a few months, I made a group of hexagon shelves attached to a framed panel of boards arranged in a herringbone pattern. The whole thing is quite large: ~6ft. x 3ft. To make it easier to move, I designed the panel to be modular so it can break down into smaller pieces. The hexagons are...
  3. Honeycomb Shelves (Set of 3)

    I used 1X4 pine wood to make these Honeycomb Shelves and there are 3 different sizes. For a how to video and free plans for this project click on Video: Check out my YouTube channel Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans! Check out my Website Rosewood59 for more projects and free...
  4. Honeycomb Bench

    This project started out as a simple refinishing of a bench we use as a coffee table in our small living room. There was a country theme checkerboard painted on the top and had been half worn away from years of use (and abuse from the kids). I originally had just wanted to put a gold pecan stain...
  5. Woodturning
    I started turning again a couple of years ago after a thirty year hiatus and at the advice of several friends I purchased the Easy Wood turning tools. Has anyone tried and rejected the Easy Wood tools in favor of traditional turning tools, and if so, why? I apologize if this question is...
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