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  1. Lamps

    I made these lamps out of white oak and finished with puritan pine stain and semi-gloss arm-r-seal wipe on poly/ per the customers request. This is actually my first commission job. Only two of them are going to the customer, the others I want to try to sell. I'm selling them for $80 each...
  2. Lighthouse Stand

    My neighbor bought this lighthouse at a craft show but it set too low so she wanted a base for it. I tried to give it a seaside look. All the naterials were salvaged. 2×12 base salvaged from on new home construction site. 1/2 in dowels are from old sponge brushes. 5/8 ply insert...
  3. LED LITE

    A little LED light we build for my grandson this weekend . He is then one that thought of this first and it was on the priority list. Made from laminated walnut veneer and birch veneer for a back ,the base is maple with walnut veneer. The LED strip is concealed inside to avoid the bright light...
  4. workbench light for dad's b-day!

    I made this with the leftover dowel I had from the desk lamp. Works with the t-track system. Happy Birthday DAD!
  5. Working light

    I am looking for a way to install battery powered LED lights for my house, as here in my city we have programmed blackouts from our electric company quite often, even two times a week, so today i found some parts lying around and decided to give it a try. I got the LED diode from a cheap...
  6. fishing pole desk light

    Made this for my mancave! the reel and the base are made from walnut, When you turn the reel handle the light goes on and off, I just used a lamp switch in the reel for that and the ballast for the light is in the tackle bag. the rod I had tried to make from wood but ended up making it from...
  7. We call them "Tumbleweed Lights"

    Here are a few of the "tumbleweed lights" I made to get ready for the holidays. These would make awesome centerpieces for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well as general ambiance. They are a set of battery powered LED lights running on AA batteries. The globe is simply a 4 inch glass Christmas...
  8. Light Bright Table

    Greetings all! This was a project for friends of mine who are opening a bar with an 80's theme. They asked me to build a light bright table. I have seen these online, but the plans were, well, not up to Lumberjocks standards. I made the table with mortise and tenon joinery, tapered legs...
  9. Glowing LED Resin River Table with Tutorial

    I made my first table! I've always loved resin river tables, and I've used epoxy resin for art and jewelry but never on this scale before. It turned out stunning.. plenty of imperfections but I still absolutely love it. I used East Coast Resin and a live edge walnut slab. I do electronics...
  10. Craftsman 14" Bandsaw Modifications

    First time on here, figure I start posting some stuff. Detailed write up on my blog http://xylotekniche.com/2018/07/09/craftsman-14-bandsaw-modifications/. Basically added a flexible 12V LED lamp (which I found in a trash heap), and a mobile base to the bandsaw. More modifications to come in...
  11. Wall Panel

    These are two wall panels I have just finished for a client. They are 3 mts tall and are made from recycled Narra, Dao and Molave. They are back lit by T5 tubes. As can be seen from the back lit shots, nail and bolt holes are filled with resin and when lit, they show up. The client loves this...
  12. Scrolled Angel Table Lanterns

    A couple more Christmas gifts I made this year. Scrolled angel lanterns in oak with mahogany top and base. Ammonia fumed and finished with a couple of coats of satin poly. Wired with candelabra lamp base and lit with a 4watt night light bulb.
  13. Moup

    Sometimes I feel stuck in a rut, just making boxes. Its then feel I need to try something different. This is a Mood Uplighter 110mm in diametre x 250mm high. Made from African Blackwood, Holly and Ebony veneer, ply and some electrical bits. Glues are PVA and CA Finish is the usual. Pictures...
  14. Cedar Root Lamp

    Made a new lamp. The base is a piece of root from a south Georgia red cedar tree-I got it from my a tree that was being removed from my neighbor's yard. The shade is wrapped in garden jute, which I wiped down with shellac to remove some of the brightness of the green. It's about 19.5" tall...
  15. Japanese inspired lamps

    I've been sitting on this project for over a year now but am very excited to post it today. I built the first lamp a few years ago after seeing a puzzle joint in popular woodworking. I thought it could be put to use on something more interesting than a puzzle. I'd also seen a project here on...
  16. Light fixture

    I have been wanting to change out the light over my dinning table for some time. I could not find a fixture I liked so I built one! The top curved piece is gummy cherry with the bottom part made out of maple. I constructed the pagoda tops for the pendant lights out of the gummy cherry to add...
  17. VOTIVE CANDLE HOLDER

    This was just finished yesterday (3/13/14), but was supposed to be a Christmas gift in 2012 (sad, I know). It is Cedar and some dark wood that was given to me. That wood shimmers in the sunlight and smelled like soap when I cut it. Maybe you all could help me out with that. I will call this...
  18. Tool tray in cherry made with hand tools

    I made this tool tray using inspiration from other tool trays in LumberJocks. The bottom is 1/4 inch, the sides are 3/8 inch and the handle is 3/4 inch. The wood had some splits that look good, so I put them on the outside to highlight them.
  19. Wall sconce/pendant lamp

    Pair of wood hanging lamps made for our bedroom. Parts resourced from multiple stores/websites. Made from Tigerwood with Ebony plugs.
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