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  1. First Carved Jewelrybox Attempt

    So, I have been watching Boris Khechoyan carve masterpieces for a while in the shop that I hang out in, and I decided to ask him if he would teach me to carve. Finished this just in time for my three year "anniversary" and I'm sure my girlfriend is going to be very happy! His website, for those...
  2. Flames Necklace

    What goes better than wood and flame? How about wooden flames plus pearls? :) Here's my entry for the January contest. I made this necklace with 27 pieces of Padouk, Spalted Maple, Curly Maple, Osage Orange, Black Walnut, Tulipwood, Brazilian Rosewood and Ebony. I cut each one on the scroll...
  3. "Fairy Log" Xmas present fun with epoxy and old rotted oak stump

    Video here! I got a fresh jug of epoxy! This is basically me playing with it and some pearl pigments usually used for automotive paints. Quite a while ago I grabbed this oak log from the family farm. It has been sitting out for years after it was cut up from some fallen limbs for firewood. I...
  4. Baron Pens

    Here are two pens done with Baron pen kits. It has a screw cap which also screws onto the post so you have someplace to put the cap while you are using the pen. The first one is a mother of pearl blank which was EXTREMELY delicate, and you had to be sure not to cut through the coating our you...
  5. Magnetic Key Holder

    This one is a magnetic key holder. I made it out of spalted maple. The piece was extremely fragile and I had to fill some gaping holes so I used epoxy mixed with some red pearl dust (all the red spots). I then used Wenge for accent inlays. Since the maple was so fragile I didnt want to hang it...
  6. Epoxy and Oak: Rivertop Treasure Box for my Niece

    Video here: More Christmas videos! This one is for my niece Madeline, and is made from the same block of old oak that her mother's present was cut from (check that out here: ) This was a really fun project, a lot of firsts for me trying out different techniques. I made a quick jig to do...
  7. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hope I'm posting this in the right forum. Does anyone know where to purchase railroad spikes that have already been drilled and tapped for mounting on coat racks? I'd try to drill and tap them myself, but with my limited knowledge of this process I thought I'd start by looking for something...
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