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  1. Keyrings made from scrap

    I try to utilise as much material as I can and these keyrings made from scraps of Oak are the simplest and fastest items I've ever made :) I needed to test the home-made sanding belts for my 6" x 48" Linisher and ended up with these great little gifts. finished with Organic Boiled Linseed Oil...
  2. Mobile stand key ring - less is plenty

    Mobile stand key ring less is plenty Hi LJ's, Here a small project you can make with the kids, as Christmas gifts, to use small scraps, or just for the fun of it, as I did. A simple mobile stand key ring, any piece of hardwood scrap will do, cut to fit your mobiles width, I gave the rabbet a...
  3. Keychains for Lovers

    Two names are carved in one of the 19+ fine woods I stock, Minitag style, and then pressure bonded atop each other. The woods pictured are (in order) Cocobolo, Cumaru, Maple and Red Oak. Other woods to follow. The ♥ is carved adjacent to the name that I feel will balance the piece, and is...
  4. Wednesday's Whistles

    Okay, Doing good so far got 3 for 3. Tonight's project was getting 5 Secret Compartment whistles completed. These are already spoken for so was happy to get them done. I still have a number of pieces left to do for the order and will plan to knock out a couple of them tomorrow and Friday. So...
  5. Today in the Shop

    In order, the woods are Purpleheart, Cherry, Maple, Mesquite, Brazilian Cherry and Walnut. I use a vintage 12" bandsaw from Sears with an 1/8" blade. They are sanded to 320 and finished with three coats of lacquer. I really enjoy doing these and they enable me to meet people all over the...
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