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  1. Underwater World

    Hello all, it's been awhile since I posted a project because of my broken hand and then playing catch up to get some projects done. This one took AWHILE to finish because it was 341 pieces and a lot of them where very small. I spent a lot of time down on my hands and knees looking for a piece...
  2. Hot Wheels Case

    My uncle made this "A" shaped Hot Wheels case for my cousin's kid and asked me to paint it for him. My uncle used to do some really amazing wild-life carving's but arthritis has sadly ended his carving career. When I got the case it was solidly built but in need of some finishing work. I made...
  3. Heart Pine Corner cabinet

    I was informed that I we needed a corner cabinet to house a new television in what was going to become our exercise room. So I took up the challenge and went to work. I have never attempted a corner cabinet before and had not really thought about how they are constructed. This project taught...
  4. North Pole Mailbox

    Thanks to Steve at Woodworking for Mere Mortals I made this wonderful mailbox for the children. His plans are great as well as the video's he produces. I'll make more for next year.
  5. Repurposed cabinet

    While stationed in Wales many years ago I built a solid White Ash cabinet for my component stereo system. It was our only entertainment contact with the wider world because American televisions did not work there. Now it is obsolete and in the way. I did not want to throw it out. The thought...
  6. "Guardians" Twin Log Bed

    This is a twin size log bed made from Eastern White Cedar. The headboard and footboard upright posts are 5"-6" diameter, the spindle are 3" dia. and the rest of the rails and crossmembers are 4" dia.. 2" x 2" Tenon and mortise as well as pocket hole joinery was used thoughout. I added a strip...
  7. Octaped

    Pedestal for a large piece of art, statue etc. It's 30" across, made out of several layers of 8/4 poplar. The first layer of color was a black dye that was sanded back, leaving lots of character in the grain and surface variations. Then another layer of two shades of brown to arrive a the...
  8. Conceal Flag

    Hand Painted and constructed concealment flags. Used a mylar template for the star layout. Locks with a standard cabinet lock. Overall size approx 34" x 20" with 4" case
  9. Restoration of the desk

    Hello. Today I want to share my new project. The customer asked me to restore the table. That's what I finally got.
  10. The sycamore box

    Saw this box while surfing recently and liked the look of it, so when a nice piece of sycamore showed up in the shop, I decided to see what I could do. The body of the box is 10" long, 3" hi and 6" front to back. The ends were ebonized with India ink, and the body of the box was dyed with...
  11. Find a Home for an Intarsia Carousel Horse Wall Hanging

    I really had some fun making this piece and it was a real challenge. I saw a picture on the internet and made a pattern based on that with Inkskape. It ended up having 190 different pieces with 13 different kinds of woods. The pole was a real challenge to make out of a block of yellow heart...
  12. Walnut/Maple Blanket Box

    Blanket box made of maple and walnut with unfinished aromatic cedar interior. Cedar was sliced thin (resaw), drum sanded, and contact cemented to the box interior. The finish is two coats of sanding sealer and two coats of satin lacquer. The project is going to the local hospital fundraiser...
  13. Garden Trellis

    I've wanted to do this project for several years and finally got to it this spring. It was time to repair and paint the fence so I included this on the work list. I built the side frames from 4×4 and 2×6 using a decorative mortis and tennon joint for detail. The sides are held together with...
  14. Welch sheperds Gates

    Several years ago when it finally sunk in that I was going to build a picket fence, I knew I wanted to have a gate like the ones I remembers from our time living in beautiful Wales and England. Sooooo seven years after building the majority of the fence I got the gates up. On a return visit a...
  15. Oak, Marble Underlit end tables

    Solid oak end tables with white marble tops and hidden drawer. Newest version uses LEDs, can change colors and preform various functions.
  16. Yard sale Country Victorian Dresser

    I did this project several years ago (around 1988) when I had only just started trying my hand at woodworking. I bought this old chest for twenty five dollars and I got the 6 layers of paint at no additional charge! After stripping I found that Bondo had been used to fill a large area of...
  17. Upholstered chair

    I remember this chair as a boy in my Aunts house. It was covered in yellow vinyl. I rescued it from a storage building in 2009. It got a complete rebuild to tighten the frame up and a coat of Minwax Early American stain followed by a couple coats of Lacquer. It is not an uncommon chair but...
  18. Some Shop Time Projects #1

    Had some time in the last few weeks, enough that I could go and mess with my favorite tool, the wood lathe. First Project is a scrap piece of walnut from work turned into a potpourri dish. The green glass top is a candle protector. I have an earlier project that explains about these great...
  19. Signs by The Woods

    Some of the work done here at the woods!
  20. corner cabinet with alder

    Friends I present to you my new project is finished, the link Videos
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