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  1. Cat light

    My son has been wanting to build a light for a while now. We just finally had some left over cherry that we could use. He found a picture on the internet he wanted to use and did all the measurements. He was able to feed the planer, mark out all of the cuts, use the drill press, and help with...
  2. 12 Volt Floor Lamp

    Here is a unique project that I came up with. I took a 12 volt landscape lighting fixture, ordered a longer stem that matched the original (48") and built a wooden base for a floor lamp. I housed a 120 to 12 volt mini transformer in the base. I have it plugged in to a timer so that it turns...
  3. 1st lighthouse

    Base and roof is out of 3/4 pine. 1/4 in plywood for the window cutouts and plexy for the windows. Used a solar landscape light with the base removed for the light.
  4. Dodecahedron light fixture w/ Edison bulb

    My wife was looking at pinterest and said "Wayne! You have to make this for me!" I looked at it and said "I don't know what makes you think I can make that… there are 30 identical pieces to this, each with 6 angles cut on them and they have to be almost perfect or the errors just multiple as you...
  5. KERF LIGHT

    Just a little desk light I made for my wife . This is another bent wood project that came about when we took one of our grandsons to HD last weekend and he spotted some LED lights and thought that it would work for a night table light for him . We spent some time on his last weekend but it did...
  6. 12" TARDIS LED nightlight

    My son is a huge Dr. Who fan, so for his birthday I decided to build him a TARDIS model that would double as a nightlight. It is built out of birch plywood with scrap wood for the few other pieces (corners, roof, and the base). The LED light comes with a remote and can be set to many different...
  7. some more carvings

    a bison carving relief carving in white pine, finished dimension is 5 1/2"x 7" the other one is a tea light holder made of a fir 2×4, the first useful carving project ive done, besides spoons. Thanks for looking Mark
  8. Live Wood Light Fixture with Candela

    Live Wood Light Fixture with Candela I used three different wood species to form this synthesis of live wood as a light fixture with a candela. The Horizontal Light Fixture wood piece is Olive tree the Candela piece is of Locust tree and the red wood base is Massaranduba. All live wood pieces...
  9. A Unique Shade

    Alright I know that this is glass and not wood, but I am in the process of making the lamp and I wanted to share this major accomplishment with all of you. This is my first stained glass piece and like all of my other firsts this one was a small project that turned out huge. I am making the...
  10. Shotgun Shell Clock with LEDs and Sensor

    Here is my second shotgun shell clock. With this clock I added some bling. See the full build at my Instructables web page from start to finish. Basically I built a box so that I could enclose and hide all the electronics and the clock mechanism. There is a little woodburning included with...
  11. Walnut Infinity Mirror

    A Walnut infinity Mirror. A neat little project.
  12. oak corner curio cabinet with lights

    I made this corner cabinet for my mom. The back is mirrored with rope lights in the front edge of the cabinet that shine in the mirror. I didn't get pictures of it before it was installed and I couldn't get far enough away for a good picture.
  13. Ambient Accent Lamp - Maple and Khaya

    I went a little crazy with the chamfer bit on this one, but I really like the effect. I was able to build this using an offcut of soft maple and another leftover board of Khaya (African Mahogany) from an old project. My better half tells me she's not crazy about the maple grain on this one and...
  14. Truncated icosahedron, uh, soccer ball, nightlight

    A few months ago I built a TARDIS nightlight for my son who is a fan of Dr. Who (see projects). My daughter, knowing her birthday was coming up, asked for a soccer ball nightlight. I laughed and told her that would be almost impossible to build (knowing that I had seen some balls built on...
  15. All Aboard! | Custom

    Last call to board for an awesome sleeping adventure. This bed is a variation of my standard train bed. Just changed the colors and graphics up a little. It was completed in December 2010. It was one of the Christmas order. It has a real working light with a three stage touch sensor on the...
  16. Kitchen Light

    While remodeling our house our kitchen needed a new light fixture. I wasn't happy with any of the commercially available ones so I decided to make my own. I started with a 4', 4 tube drop in light fixture. Wrapped it in red oak and box jointed the corners. Added a small bead detail around...
  17. Lighthouse Lamp

    These are Lighthouse Lamps that I made for one of my daughters for Christmas a couple of years ago. I had her take a couple of pictures of them for me. I remembered that I had made them when seeing them again on a recent trip to visit them. She and her husband have quite a collection of...
  18. Accent Lamps

    I came across a table lamp project in the Feb/Mar 2005 Wood Magazine which I thought would be a great Christmas gift. I just completed making two of these lamps. I modified the original design by making the vertical pieces with a slight concave curve. One is made with maple and the other walnut...
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