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  1. some more carvings

    a bison carving relief carving in white pine, finished dimension is 5 1/2"x 7" the other one is a tea light holder made of a fir 2×4, the first useful carving project ive done, besides spoons. Thanks for looking Mark
  2. Walnut and Maple Teabox

    There is a funny story behind this tea box. I was commissioned by one of my wife's cousins to make a tea box for his girlfriend for a valentines day gift. I was pretty excited as it was my first ever box and I've always looked for a reason to make one but never have had a good one. So the...
  3. Santa's Workshop - Tea Box Puzzle

    Happy New Year Everyone, My Granny first introduced me into puzzles, ...most likely in an attempt to get me to sit still for more than 5 minutes, haha. Though she is no longer on this plane of existance I have chose to remember and honour her with a 10 design series of puzzle boxes that use...
  4. Kitchen Projects

    A few small items for the kitchen that I have made over the years, not worthy of each having their own posting. First is a simple banana holder. We have been using it for years, and it works well. Pattern is from the web site...
  5. Tea cabinet

    I made this tea cabinet for my favorite customer. My wife was wanting a tea box and I came up with this cabinet style because I know how she enjoys displaying things. It's a simple mitred box with dividers, glass door, a base with a round over and a top with a cove detail. I gave it 3 coats of...
  6. Tea Box

    I have a family member who is a tea drinker and going through a pretty stressful time at the moment. I'm currently into making boxes so I thought a nice tea box filled with her favourite tea would be a relaxing cure! This is a box that expanded my woodworking repertoire just a little more...
  7. Tea box for my daughter.

    We must have had 10 or 12 boxes of various tea, every time someone wanted tea every box ended up on the counter. I was truly surprised by the number of boxes of tea we own… Newly discovered clutter / organizing problem + quarantine + extra cherry lumber = get in the shop and make something…...
  8. Tea Box

    Here is a tea box I finished up over the weekend. It's made from African mahogany, with walnut splines, and walnut interior dividers. The braid carvings on all 4 lateral faces are carved, initially, with the Shaper Origin to establish overall shape, and then finished by hand, to get a...
  9. Tea Cabinet

    Tea Cabinet I made as my first project at College of the Redwood's Fine Woodworking program. Woods Used: Doussie, Sugar maple Handle is Braided Irish Linen
  10. VOTIVE CANDLE HOLDER

    This was just finished yesterday (3/13/14), but was supposed to be a Christmas gift in 2012 (sad, I know). It is Cedar and some dark wood that was given to me. That wood shimmers in the sunlight and smelled like soap when I cut it. Maybe you all could help me out with that. I will call this...
  11. tea tray

    Another tea tray. the tray is really nothing. very small 14" x 14". when I first heard that she wanted "white" I balked a bit, then I saw the colors in her work. Yup, I don't think that I could find a wood that would coordinate as well with those colors. it's a very happy looking house! K
  12. Triple Cross

    Yup… just another string box. Triple Cross, get it? See Double Cross. Jatoba, maple, simple varnish finish with popped grain, and Renaissance wax. What else? That's about it.
  13. Candle holder

    There is not much to say about it, it's made from walnut, and batu. It holds those small tea candles.
  14. Sarah's Tea Box

    This box is for my son's girlfriend. She is a big tea fan and this is designed to hold packaged or loose tea. The box itself is some special figured maple from a tree cut down in front of my Dad's childhood home - I'm really glad this did not get turned into firewood like most of that wood did...
  15. Sexy Lady - Wood cum Granite Fancy table

    This is a fancy table which was created by the combination of wood and Granite stone. The base of the table will look like a lady's structure.. Like this there are 12 ladies holding the Granite top and this is results in a elegant coffee table..
  16. Small tea box

    Small tea box I made this weekend. Solid walnut with a poplar lid painted with milk paint. Bottom is 1/8" plywood veneered with walnut on the bottom and fabric on the interior. Sized to hold twinnings tea bags. Finish is danish oil then shellac and then beeswax. Thanks for looking. Comments and...
  17. Marquetry Tea Boxes

    Recently, I was asked to submit an item to a silent auction to benefit the Alzheimer's Association. The auction took place at the Sing Strong A Cappella festival in Washington DC last month. My future son-in-law Jonathan was the executive producer for the show, and my daughter Judith was the...
  18. Tea Box

    I saw an episode of Rough Cut Woodworking on PBS with Tom McLaughlin where he had Mike Pekovich on the show to make his tea box. I knew that this would be the perfect project/gift for my daughter, as she is a "tea fiend". The case is made of Wenge, the inner divider insert is Birds-eye Maple...
  19. Elm Burl tea light candles, or "Fence Post Art"

    I've found a use for some scrap wood I've been saving for a little over two years. I sawed a beautiful elm log, woops I made a mistake… It was an ugly elm log... But it was like the ugly duckling that became a swan when it grew up. With only a little sanding, this elm burl rivals the finest...
  20. Quick steam box

    I needed a steambox so I threw one together quick. The box is made from #4 pine, 7/8" rough on one side. 1×12" is only $1 lf, $13 total was 1/2 the price of 4inch pvc. To raise the wood up I nailed some 1×1 every foot or so. I made the box 6 foot but I think I can easily build an extension...
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