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  1. 2x4 3x5 Box 1 Post Contest

    This is Post Contest 2×4 3×5 Box 1 of 2 Finished with Mineral Oil, and Deft spray can Lacquer Gloss. The center divider was removed because it's not going to be used for 3×5 cards. This is for my wife, Deanne, who likes Unicorns. I placed a Unicorn on the Top… then Wood Burned it.
  2. Side Table - Reclaimed Porch Post

    The wife wanted a small side table, that would match my great grandmothers table. She found the end of an old porch column, and asked if I could figure something out. We tried to keep the worn and weathered paint look of the column, so I weathered the rest of it too.
  3. 2x4 3x5 Box 2 Post Contest

    This is Post Stumpy 2×4 Contest Box 2 from a 2×4x8' stud The Stumpy contest ended about a month ago… this box was short by about 3 hours of meeting the contest deadline. Finishing: BLO, Garnet dewaxed shellac, Deft spray can Lacquer Gloss… I will use this box for 3×5 cards & other misc...
  4. Custom Mail Box Post

    I made this mail box post for my father. Built inside is a 4 foot steel pipe, with 2 feet cemented into the ground. Made of solid mahogany glued up with gorilla glue.
  5. Custom Mail Box Post

    I made this mail box post for my boss. It holds the 2 neighbor's mail boxes also. Made of solid mahogany. The 2 halves are brought together by threaded rod and concealed inside the cross pieces. 2 feet of each post is cemented into the ground.
  6. Secretary Desk

    Mostly finished. I created a secretary's desk for my wife's music lesson business. The dimensions are 84inches by 64inches in lengths. The height of the desk is 42inches including the limestone top. The secretary's desk is 28 inches. This was a great improvement over the previous antique...
  7. Hans Wegner Danish Modern Elbow Chair

    The is a play on the design of the Danish modern chair designer, Hans Wegner. The original includes a padded leather seat but this one I altered the design to include a handwoven rush pattern seat made of danish cord. The back is 1-1/4" thick solid white oak steam bent to a 11-1/8" radius and...
  8. Ranch Rustic Antique Shotgun Wall Rack Display Osage Orange Fence Post Bull Hide Kansas Flint Hills

    Wall Mounted Display Rack for an Antique Double Barreled 12 Gauge Shotgun, using antique Osage Orange Fence Posts from a Chase County Kansas Flint Hills Tall Grass Prairie Cattle Ranch. ------------------- Project Story This project was a commission to build a wall display rack for an antique...
  9. Walnut Stool with inlaid Longhorn

    Hello fellow lumberjocks. This is another walnut stool I just completed. The longhorn is curly maple, and the tenon wedges are hard maple. Enjoy.
  10. Drink Cap on Stairs

    The is a Trex deck with aluminum railings and a drink cap also using Trex decking. The material is spiced rum which is a multi tone board giving a more convincing appearance of wood. The size of this deck is 8'x22'. The highlight of this project that makes it worth sharing is the continuous...
  11. Oak Bed With A "TWIST"

    I made this oak bed frame to complete my bedroom set. The original design was from wood magazine Issue 187 November 2008: But I didn't really like the pencil-posts or canopy top, then I found a video from St Pierre Woodworking on how to make the spiral legs. To make the legs round, I made...
  12. Barley Twist Oak Post

    Barley Twist Oak Post - 8' x 6"x6"
  13. Mailbox Post from Reclaimed Cedar

    Project made from 30 year old 4×12 cedar beams removed from a two thousand square foot deck tear down and cut to size on the bandsaw. The top was shaped using a jig saw, the entire project was glued up using Gorilla's polyurethane glue. Sealed up using Varathanes' Spar exterior urethane.
  14. Red oak, stock post candle holder

    I'm experimenting joining pieces together. I finally got my hands on some calipers and I am unusually addicted to them… Those two pieces fit like magic! The top is red oak, the bottom is some crappy lumber stock post, I liked the grain though (I used it in a few other pieces). I'm still...
  15. Mailbox

    We replaced our dilapidated, plastic mailbox with this handmade version.
  16. Mailbox Post & House

    Made and set this mailbox post and house after church one afternoon for an elderly lady who said a tractor knocked her's over. Had no plans, just made it from what I had laying around under my carport. The post is made from 2" x 5 1/2" X 6' solid Black Walnut coated 3 times in Thompson Water...
  17. Of Kings & Queens

    Built before announcement of challenge09 but made totally of scraps. Thanks to Gary K for the Insight on how to put Fabric on Posterboard then to Wood. Made of Walnut(leftover from End Table I Made), QS Sycamore?(Pallet), Cherry?(Pallet). Finished with Tung Oil & Clear Laquer. Held together with...
  18. Four Poster Loft | Custom

    This is a loft that was completed in March 2005. It is a twin size loft bed with the bed on the top only. The lower section is used as a play area. The two end panels were built in a four post design. The arch on the end panel had a custom bent top molding. This molding was made by...
  19. Cedar Light Post

    Here is a light post made from cedar. It is a square post made with 7/8 cedar planks, rabbited and glued. Base and moldings were then added. The base is made to fit over a 4×4 pressure treated post with room left over to accommodate a NM cable for power to the light fixture (light fixture not in...
  20. The Whole Tree Rocker

    Building this rocker was a pleasure, lots of bandsaw work, and lots of wood. Extra heavy.
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