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  1. Trim board tapering jig

    Trim board tapering jig 3"x 48" made from MDF to taper header boards
  2. Door Trim,Wainscoting and Breakfast nook

    This past fall I decided to 'upgrade' our contractor grade trim. There was nothing wrong with it, just felt like having something different. I really like the traditional trim used in older houses when quality really meant something. My wife also wanted to add a breakfast nook to our kitchen...
  3. Theater Play Set

    This is a custom built set for a local theater group. I had done 2 fairly simple sets before this one and jokingly complained that I needed a challenge. Something fancy with a bit of pizzazz. This set was for the play "The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie. The director called me and said, "well...
  4. Jet 16-32 Drum Sander Cabinet

    A couple weeks back I ran across a great deal on a 16-32 Jet drum sander on CL. I already had plans to build a Flip Cart on the next good weather weekend, well I decided to knock out 2 projects at once since I was going to the lumber yard, figured I'd pick up a little extra ply. I did the same...
  5. a fireplace surround project...

    a fireplace surround project…could be more but I thought the brick should show as much as possible.
  6. Crafts,am Trim

    We build our home ourselves "finishing in 2009". We never liked the window/door trim but settled in order to close the construction loan back in 09. It took us all these years for my wife and I to agree on a style of trim for our life home. We settled on this older, simpler, style of...
  7. Purple Hart clock with oak wood trim

    This is a purple heart wood clock with white oak trim, with a glass panel and a brass pendulum in side, the back is oak paneled plywood, and the coat is an oil based poly, the clock face is laser etched.
  8. Refinished stairs in hardwood

    Some said it was a bad idea, some said why not pay someone to do it, stairs are really hard… but I never listen to "those" people… In actual fact, it was quite difficult and took a lot of patience. I used pre-stained hardwood (actually bamboo stained to look like brazillian walnut - got it for...
  9. Kitchen Counter Trim and Glaze Coat

    A few years ago, I experimented with tiling the top of our counter top. I used travertine, (which is a form of limestone), due to its resemblance to marble at a cost far less. Unfortunately, travertine is relatively soft and after a few years started to become pitted around the sink area. I...
  10. Doors and Trimmmmm

    I have 5 of the 8 doors for the interior completed along with all the bedrooms/baths trimmed out. I'm going to try my hand at stained glass for the entry door, or at least square cut pieces since I like the arts & crafts style anyway - should be much easier to do too! All the doors, casework...
  11. The Moore Project

    The Moore Project Architect: John Richert, owner of Crossroads Blue Sky . . This was one of the last rear projection cabinets I reluctantly built. The pocket doors stuck way out when open, and the lower drawers were huge…. like bunk beds. Looked like a Buick leaning against the wall. ...
  12. zebra wood bowl

    I should call this one second effort. It sat under the workbench for three months because I wasnt satisfied with it. the deco ring in the middle wasnt right. So I remounted it on the lathe ,cut the deco ring out and made another,glued and turned.only took a day but at least there is more room...
  13. maple call with Ky coffee wood striker

    maple pot is 3 1/4" glass over glass . striker is KY coffee wood..
  14. Changing table

    I made this changing table for my son, out of pine from the wood magazine. I chose pine because I was going to make a matching crib. However, I ended up finding one (out of pine) on sale for almost the same price as I could have made it. This was a rewarding project, especially since it will...
  15. Walking stick paratrooper

    This was the result of carving sticks for vets at our local VA (Altoona) one of the other vets gave me a sumack (sp) root and told me to try a complete jump seguence on it. As you can see im darn new at this
  16. Board Again....

    Here's what I've been up to over the last little while, when I should be studying for my comprehensive exams (gotta have priorities!). It's a display for missionary plaques, and it can hold about 24 of them. we have about 10 or so out on missions right now. It's made out of solid red oak...
  17. Cherry Wainscoting

    Here is the cherry wainscoting I designed and installed in my office downtown. The panels are stub tenon and groove construction, with a few well placed pocket hole screws to simplify assembly. Two corbels are let onto the stiles with 1/4" deep grooves. There are two 6' panels, one 32" panel...
  18. Murphy Wall Bed Pair | Custom

    This is a pair of murphy beds that were built and shipped unfinished. They were completed in October 2009. What is unique about these are they are apart of the same unit. The two queen wall beds are separated by a 18" bookcase. The Hudson Bay as I call it is simply the Alpine with some added...
  19. The Kerry-All Pouch

    a1Jim was asking about my pouches, so I thought I'd put a couple of pictures here. The whole idea started when I needed to pick up a sheet of oak plywood for a cabinet I was making for a customer. I had my trusty F-150, but alas, it was an extended cab with a 6 1/2 foot box and it was snowing...
  20. Floating shelfs

    These are a nice floating shelfs I do for customers, it's a modern look and it can be used for DVD's, pictures, flowers, anything not to heavy because it's not a strong shelf as you can see. it's easy to build, nice look and you can do it on a weekend.
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