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  1. Primitive Chalkboard made from Upcycled raised door panel

    This primitive chalkboard, key garage, coat rack is made from an antique door panel. The robin's egg blue paint that you see is original paint. I just uncovered it with the belt sander then put on 3+ coats of tung oil. This door panel came from .. the… dumpster. I have made a sister to this...
  2. Jewelry racks, primitive and rustic

    I get quite a few requests for custom jewelry racks for people who sell jewelry at vendor shows. But some of my racks get used at home too. (Remember these David? LOL) I use cut nails - predrill then pound in the nails. The paint job is my own prim finish. Layer the paint, sand to distress...
  3. Pine Box Resonator Guitar

    Cigar Box Guitars are a real passion for me. It's actually my main woodworking area. If you don't know CBG's are primitive instruments build mainly with found objects and usually have 3 or 4 strings. It's what alot of poor folks in the south played tunes on. Many blues players started with...
  4. Primitive, Rustic Bench with Storage Area

    The finish on this bench is red paint over black with a coat of stain for the aged look. A final coat of beewaw has been applied. Dimensions are approximately 36 inches long 14 inches wide and 18 inches high. Yeah I made 2 of them and posted them both in separate entries. But this one has 2...
  5. SUNFLOWERS AND BLUE SKIES Primitive tool boxes/totes

    Primitive "Sunflowers" and "Blue Skies" tool box/totes. These would be perfect for a flower box, as a garden tote or inside for storing magazines/toilet paper or displaying a collection. Made from repurposed old fencing, and naturally distressed the boxes are approximately 24 inches long 6...
  6. NOT A SPOON- but a spoon rack

    This is a primitive style spoon rack. You spoon carvers may want to make one of these to hold your spoons. :) It can be hung by a wire or with a nail to the wall or cabinet. The colors in these photos aren't showing the true colors.. one is mustard over brown, one is red over black, the...
  7. Primitive/Rustic Folk Art Boxes

    "Under the Clouds;" "Cherries" and "Watermelon" Primitive Folik Art Boxes- a perfect place to store pens/pencils; kitchen utensils; picnic utensils; art supplies; toilet paper; cosmetics and just about anything else you can think of! ;) Dimensions are approximately 7inches by 7 inches by 6...
  8. Primitive, Rustic, Shaker style table

    This primitive shaker style table is approximately 26 inches high, 25 inches long and 14 inches wide. The base is pine, with boot jack legs, is painted black over mustard, distressed and sanded and a final coat of stain applied for the aged look. The top is either pine or ash? Not sure- got...
  9. Primitive Armoire

    Distressed/Glazed Alder. I've used the double door system so the doors fold back on themselves. I use to get lots of orders for these and have only had one since they came out with flat screen TV's. Come to think of it I haven't seen as many computer desk now that lap tops are popular…
  10. Log Mirror frames of red cedar

    Here are a few framed mirrors I built. Each is made of red cedar branches from my place here in South West Missouri. Since I am also into leather tooling I decided to use tooling leather as the transition which seemed to work out fairly well. The one with 45 angle corners is flat backed with...
  11. Pine Blanket Chest / Dough Box

    Antique-style, primitive pine Dough Box. We use it as a Blanket Chest. Front, back and sides are actually each one board of 18" width. Milled from an old-growth tree.
  12. primitive rustic bench with storage

    . The finish on this bench is black paint over red with a coat of stain for the aged look. A final coat of beeswax has been applied. Dimensions are approximately 36 inches long 14 inches wide and 18 inches high. The paint looks a little wild and crazy in these full sun pics- but the colors are...
  13. First Spoon

    I was wondering if I could make a spoon apparently the answer was yes :) Of course I had to make it look like it grew into it's shape so it matched everything else I do. I guess I'll have to make some bowls now to go with it. Sassafras log scraps and olive oil finish. DAve
  14. Shooting for Old Times

    Last year I got the urge to build a longbow. I have hunted for years, although it seems the more time I have the less I hunt. Having harvested (nice way of saying it) two trophy deer in the past, I mostly go out for the walks now. My brother in law has a knack with woodworking so we each...
  15. The Polka Dot Pig: Rustic Primitive Folk Artsy stuff

    Some things I have been working on: Some folk artsy primitive wall hangings- dimensions appx 10 by 10; made of pallet wood with copper nails; hand painted and distressed by yours truly. All things considered, these were pretty fun to make. The original designs of the pig and sheep are not...
  16. Primitive Cypress Bench

    This primitive bench is made from a barn my wife and I tore down on some family property. The barn was over 100 years old. The bench is 42" long, 18" high and 10" wide. The side pieces are 5" high. I hand planed the bench top and left the plane marks in the finished bench. For the finish, I...
  17. MY FIRST NIGHT STAND MADE OUT CEDAR

    THIS IS ANOTHER PROYECT MADE OUT OF CEDAR, FOR MY HOME,,,,,,
  18. Cabin door

    Recent postings on the "door" thread made me think of putting this up. It's pretty crude, but I rather like it. This is the back (bedroom) door of my cabin. Although it hopefully doesn't look it, the bedroom is a new addition I built onto the 1920s era cabin. The vertical log slabs are...
  19. Log Pedestal

    Heres a log pedestal I made! It was very easy! The log is Elm wood Cut it rough in the yard… layed it on the shop bench.. Used a square to project a square line to cut.. Cut with the chainsaw, then 60 grit on an angle grinder, then finished with a palm sander and some linseed oil! Very...
  20. Primitive Five Board Benches

    These are primitive repro five board benches with boot jack legs. They are naturally distressed, made of repurposed wood . Paint is layered: red over black and mustard over black and have a prim finish (sanded then stained). The approximate dimensions are 27 inches long, 12 inches wide, 19...
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