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  1. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield - Royal Edition

    This is yet another fraternity shield that I made using only royal purple and old gold. it is the first of its kind. It is made of my "old reliable" pine plywood (recycled). The size is 18". I always try to to something new. As for the background, I like to use natural elements as a background...
  2. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Shield - Camo Special Edition

    This is yet another fraternity shield that I made. It is made of 3/4 pine plywood (recycled). This one had an interesting story behind it! Originally, I spray painted it with brown spray paint (after sanding and priming), as an easy way to out line shields that were to be made at a future date...
  3. Omega Psi Phi Shields - Cherry Edition

    These came from a special request. Normally I paint these and seldom stain them. They are approx 18" in size. When I do, I prefer using golden oak, but the cherry stain worked well. I finished it with poly, but I bought a can of shellac and will test the finish on some new pieces. If you are...
  4. Cross Fretwork Candleholder Religious

    Forgot to add this one as well. Also made of Walnut. Its another one from Sheila Landry. Here is another candleholder. I'm having fun making these. I'm also having fun with putting my own touches on the end result. Its made of Walnut. I glued jewerly making pearls in the holes around the...
  5. Omega Psi Phi Plaques

    I guess I can say that this project started a year ago when I picked up a few pallets for hobby use. I finally put the pallet to use for this plaque. I liked the stressed look and the colors. The "box " was made from the thinner stock of from the pallet. it is 20" x 14". I made the letters...
  6. A small contemporary totem for my living room

    Recently I got interested in spiritual objects, so I decided to make myself a small totem to watch over my living room. I mostly designed it "on the go" but I enjoyed the experience and think I will make more in the future :) Also made a short video of the making on Youtube : I'd love to hear...
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