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  1. Gifts for a trip

    We're starting to plan a FL trip here soon so I wanted to get ahead of things and knock out some gifts for the different friends and family we're staying with. The first going left to right is a baseball bat bottle stopper made from an ash baseball billet. I used a Ruth Niles stainless stopper...
  2. Gift boxes

    Although it might look complicated, it is rather easy using the Incra fence on my router table. I used maple with walnut for the contrasting wood. I cut the patterns using my scroll saw, gluing them in place. The grape-leaf design was a bit more work, considering each grape had to be placed in...
  3. Started months ago just finished it today. Cigar box guitar

    I started this guitar months ago but it sat around unfinished. I decided to wrap it up today. Its a short version with a poplar neck with padauk inlaid into it. It has frets to scale for its size. Its a 4 string and it feels really solid which is different from others i have seen, they...
  4. GUITARRAS DE JUGUETE..!!

    HOLA, EMPECÉ A REALIZAR ESTAS GUITARRAS PARA REGALARLE UNA A MI HIJO QUE ES MUY ROCKERO, PERO LUEGO AL MOSTRARSELAS A LOS AMIGOS LES GUSTÓ MUCHO Y ME ENCARGARON ALGUNAS MÁS…
  5. Bear Puzzle

    Made this for the neighbor's child. Not much of a woodworking project. Walnut, Cherry and Maple. Finished the darker woods with gloss water based poly. The bear has no finish. Details painted with food safe acrylic.
  6. Maple and Canary Wall Shelves

    I recently made these shelves for my two beautiful girls. Tops are curly maple, support is regular hard maple, and the initials are cut out of Canarywood. I was going to inlay the letters, but thought it would look cool to apply them to the surface instead, to give it a 3-D effect. If I had it...
  7. Fowl up

    I don't get to do as much work on the scroll saw as much as I would like as I tend to spend a lot of time preparing turning work for the woodturning club competition. Anyway one of the family likes Chickens so this was made for her as a present. The chicken is Beech which I was going to stain...
  8. Horse drawn Log Hauler

    A person I work with asked me if I would make a model of a horse drawn log hauler for his father, little did I realize how much work it would be. It is in 1/8 model scale and is about 40 inches long but is adjustable to about 20 inches depending on the length of logs hauled. This is classed...
  9. Intarsia Eagle

    My first attempt at an intarsia project was this 90 piece intarsia eagle with a 24 inch wing-span. Made out of walnut and aspen, finished with water-based varnish and a little paint (yellow beak and feet). Pattern was found in one of Better Homes and Garden's WOOD magazine. Hope to do another...
  10. Lazy Susan with Inlay

    I had wanted to try my hand at doing simple inlay, and had a few pieces of 4/4 walnut lying around that I thought would be a good candidate for the experiment. Also, we had a need for a place to put serving dishes, hot things, and salt & pepper sets, etc, on the kitchen table I finished this...
  11. Dovetail and Carved Candle Box

    So I made a box for my wife a while back and everyone kept asking how I made it so I thought I would make a second one slightly differently and show what all went into making this small Dovetailed Candle Box. Here is the full Build video on this box!
  12. Fab Eight? Scrollworks

    These two pieces were commissioned works for two separate co-workers who saw my previous work with this pattern. Both of my co-workers are buying these to give as gifts to others - nice guys! After I completed the first one, I was asked to do the second one - no stack cutting this time. Doh...
  13. Eagle Intarsia

    This project is an instarsia piece called "A Furious Lady!" The pattern is by Annja Starett and is featured in the March 2010 Creative Woodworks & Crafts magazine. The pieces were cut on a scroll saw. The woods are: aspen, balsa, western red cedar, sycamore, lacewood, ebony, yellow heart...
  14. Nautical Style Submarine Door

    This is a submarine door all made from recycled lumber. It is grafted into a standard door which is the door to my office at work. I made this all at home in my shop and installed it into my existing office door at work on the weekend. It has been up for almost a year and people still stop to...
  15. Gift for Granddaughter

    Just a quick brag on my granddaughter, Daryl, who made the varsity Cheerleading squad for the Murray Utah High Spartans. So I made these portraits for her and her secret sister.
  16. Commemorative Rifle Display Case

    This project was commissioned by a gentleman whose son was killed in Afghanistan. The son had been collecting military rifles and needed a M1 Garand to finish the collection. The father completed the collection and will display it in this case. Our sincerest condolences on the loss of this...
  17. Table Saw Dust Collector

    As I've posted before, I tend to take equipment, and materials work the best they can for my needs. I have gone to a whole new level now with permanent, "fixed"(I hope), dust collection. I have a "screamer" table saw that I built a massive rolling workbench for, with miter slots, and storage. I...
  18. wall hanging bathroom cabinet

    a bathroom cabinet made for my sister for christmas
  19. Hand made semi hollow longboard skateboard

    I make these semi hollow boards, they are hand shaped and built completely from scratch. The boards are designed to feel more like a surfboard than the bendy cruisers that are out there. The designs are all original and double as art and grip, whether barefoot or wearing shoes. hope you like!
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