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  1. Triangular Hummingbird Table

    Previously I had posted a prototype of the hummingbird table made from cabinet grade plywood. The final table shown here is made from South American mahogany and maple. The hummingbird inlays where cut on my CNC machine. The last photo shows the male and pocket parts of the inlay. The two pieces...
  2. Bill Barkleys Life sized Humming Bird and Flowers

    This Project was made by my very good but computer challenged friend Bill Barkley of Fresno California. This Life sized replica has approximately 300 hours of work into it. Bill uses many tools power and hand to make this type of design. He has sold many of these at the Tamson Munger Gallery He...
  3. hummingbird2

    Made for a friends wife who loves hummingbirds. Made of walnut and maple put into a shadow box.
  4. Eyeglass storage box with marquetry

    Finished this eyeglass storage box today for my wife who has a very large collection of reading glasses that often get lost. The project is veneered and incorporates marquetry. The box is lined and has dividers and a sliding tray for storage. Addendum: The response to the box has been...
  5. Display spoon with hummingbird carving

    Spoon is walnut with a myrtle burl veneered on top. The hummingbird carving is out of walnut as well. I used a dremel to carve it and glued in a glass bead for the eye.
  6. Hummingbird Flight

    I'm getting ready for a show at the Five Lakes Mall in Fairmont, MN. on Saturday. I did this Hummingbird pattern by Troy Lichthardt yesterday. It's simple but I like it and it is a good seller at shows. I used Mahogany for the frame along with Yellowheart, Poplar, Red Cedar, Padauk, Canarywood...
  7. Hummingbird Feeder

    If you're looking for an easy to build hummingbird feeder this one is perfect. I made this hummingbird feeder in only a few hours. I got the plan from a book written by A.J. Hamler. A.J. is a an excellent woodworker and his book: Easy to Build Birdhouses - A Natural Approach is a fun one...
  8. Hummingbird Table

    I made this table for my family's Christmas party this year. We do a Yankee Swap, so each person brings one item, and people have to ability to "steal" gifts from each other. (If not familiar with a Yankee Swap I can give more details later in the comments, as its not needed for the project...
  9. Marquetry practice

    I've been trying to teach myself a bit of marquetry and here are a couple of practice pieces I just completed by a couple of different methods. The hummingbird was done by the "window" method with a #11 scalpel. Pretty straightforward and accurate but quite slow, taking about 6-8 hours...
  10. Final Mothers Day Project

    This is the final project that I have been working on for my Grandmother. They will be earrings very soon. She loves making jewelry and loves Hummingbirds so it is a win win for me. I think the wood is Paduak but not 100% sure. I finished it with linseed oil and will wax it tonight if I think...
  11. Hummingbird Pin

    I carved this for my Sweetie. This type of carving is great for someone with a very small wood supply.
  12. Hummingbird on Backrest

    I've always enjoyed watching, & carving Hummingbirds.
  13. Hummingbird relief carving in Basswood

    I picked up a couple of basswood plates from Michaels when they were on clearance. This summer I downloaded one of Sheila Landry's designs that I found from Steve Good's scrollsaw blog. The design pictured is what I finally got around to carving. This is my first adventure in carving...
  14. My own Hummingbird

    Esta es mi propia versión de este clásico de la Intarsia.
  15. Colibri: an organic motion sculpture

    This is a project that I've put roughly 700 hours into. It is my eighth woodworking design project, and it is by far the most complicated one I've done to date. This is Colibri. It began with a lunchtime conversation between a friend and I, bouncing ideas around about what my next woodworking...
  16. ,, carved for my Granddaughter

    My Granddaughter was such a fan of my carvings, I couldn't resist carving things for her. I've done quite a few carvings like this, which is kind of rare for me, but I made them as gifts. I love Hummingbirds, they're so feisty, & fun to watch. I even taught a carving class of beginning...
  17. Last of my scrolling week projects

    This is the last of the scrolling projects I did a while back. My wife likes hummingbirds so I did this for her. She really liked it. Originally designed with a border but she said not to put the border on. Guess what I didn't put the border on. Made from oak & popular.
  18. Previous Project 3 -- Scrollsaw Hummingbird

    Here is my idea…I will post some of my previously build projects so you all can see what kind of work I have done and where my current skill level is at. Unfortunetally, I haven't kept a good digital photo record of all my past projects (including some that I felt turned out really well), so I...
  19. Black Walnut Hummingbird Journal Cover

    My Sweety always keeps a journal, so I surprised her one birthday by making a journal with wooden cover. Just a plain old wooden cover wasn't quite enough. I carved a Hummingbird on it, because that's another thing she does, she feeds the Hummers. When I had the Railroad ties resawed, there was...
  20. Scroll Saw Hummingbird Vase

    This is a scroll saw vase I made for my wife for Christmas. It was my first scroll saw project (I borrowed the saw) and it turned out ok. I'm smarter than to take close up pictures, but if I did you'd see that the hummingbird is pretty amateur. It got noticeably better half way through when I...
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