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  1. Key hanger

    This is another item for the Exhibition. Natural edge native cypress wood. 7.5in x 6in The concentric rings were cut using my Cole Jaws, which allowed the wood to be held in different places. Finished with spraycan varnish. Thanks for looking. C & C Welcome. Bob
  2. Key hangers

    This is how I use up all but the smallest of my leftovers. They sell very well at the artisan markets. I put 3M command strips on them for mounting anywhere and 1/16×1/2 magnets for the hangy bits.
  3. Vintage Tractor key rack

    Made from shop scrap-except the hooks which are new. Measures 12 inches wide -10-1/2 inches tall. Pattern of the tractor is a free use silhouette from the internet. Slightly modified to be just a black-out, instead of a scroll saw pattern. The trim is actually wood and again-rescued, mostly...
  4. Simple Ink Transfer Key Hanger

    I made this simple key hanger as a trial run for making a YouTube video,I used scraps from around the shop to make It.I hung it using mdf scraps to make a French cleat as I didn't want it wobbling around with alot of keys on it! I used a piece of a4 size plastic poly-pocket to print a picture of...
  5. Decorative Key Holder

    I got ask by a friend to remake her a key holder in a specific design. I used a photo as reference to create this wall hanging key holder. I took the opportunity to incorporate metal into wood. I used an iron tube as the bases and an iron rod as the hooks. In order to hold the tube firmly for...
  6. key Holder

    This is a fun and easy project featuring a simple carved bird and leaves design. This project is great for using up leftover wood. The model shown is Walnut, but can be painted or stained in your choice of colors.
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm buying my first router table. My workspace shares one wall with one neighbor and I have another neighbor above me (I'm on the ground floor). My floor is poured concrete; the walls are whatever you call modern metal frame with drywall over it construction. I want to be a considerate neighbor...
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