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  1. Penny Table

    I took a trashed wine table and turned it into a beautiful piece of furniture that is sure to be valued as a family heirloom. A little bit of finish work, pennies, and glazing does the trick. Years ago I acquired this table from my grandmother. At one time it had a leather top. My first...
  2. Serving tray and bottle rack

    The serving tray was a lot of 1st for me. The 1st inlay and reinforcing the miter joint in this style. The inlay was a huge learning experience for me. It takes time and I rushed the 1st atempt. I glued it up and left it for a few hours and started sanding it flush I assume the glue loosened up...
  3. Penny holder

    Well. The reason why I made this is because, on February the 4th, 2013, the Canadian Mint said they'll stop circulating pennies! That's right! NO PENNIES! So obviously, It was worth saving ONE penny, and sending the rest back into stores for them to send them to the mint. Specs: The wood I...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    A few years ago I purchased a Rigid Jointer out of the box, set it up and used it with marginal success and went on to other more pressing projects. Over the years had occasion to use a few times but it didn't seem to do what I had anticipated it should do and on more than one occasion went...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey everybody, I am wanting to start inlaying a penny into my work to date it, but man, these forstner bits want to keep on digging. Does anybody know of a good homemade way to make a stop or depth guage for a cordless drill. I have seen the Wood River Stop Kit and should prolly just go ahead...
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