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  1. CNC Love Sign

    I recently made this Love sign for my Sister and her Husband. I design the sign in Vectric Aspire and carved on the X-Carve CNC Router. I carved the sign out of a piece of White Pine wood, took a wire brush over it to give it a more of a Rustic look. Then I stained it with Dark Walnut stain...
  2. Marquetry hearts napkin holder

    I've been doing some small pieces to practice my marquetry. I needed a napkin holder for our dining room table because I have a 3 year old and a 1 year old at home. They are both exceedingly messy. I was originally going to make it slightly more blocky but thanks to my very talented father I...
  3. Valentines Based on Scherenshnitte

    The weather finally warmed up in Florida long enough for me to finish my Valentines. The first pattern is by Joe Preston and was published in Creative Woodworks and Crafts April 2006. The pattern is fantastic and is based on German paper cutting techniques called "Scherenshnitte." A lot of...
  4. Valentine\'s Day Heart Tray

    Here is a tray I made for my fiancée for Valentine's day. The tray is made out of padauk. I cut the inside of the tray in several passes using my homemade CNC router with a 1/2 inch core box bit. This leaves a nice radius on the bottom that adds some strength to the sides. The sides are...
  5. Valentine's Day 2011

    This was my wife's valentine's gift. An assortment of "flowers" in an "impossible" vase with a "heart in heart" picture frame. My son and daughter each contributed a card and a picture for the frame. My wife was happy. The impossible vase is simple enough: two holes drilled through the vase...
  6. DIY Valentines Day Gift Idea - A gift from the heart by BCDesign01

    I made this DIY valentines day gift for my partner, it is made from offcuts from cutting boards I had made for Christmas.The woods used are oak sycamore and ash. I used a red spirit stain to colour the hearts red and finished the whole project with Danish oil. I made a video of the build process...
  7. Valentine Heart

    I finally was able to borrow my partner's camera, mine being kaput, to snap a couple of pics of a 'quickie' or rather a fast project with the axe, hatchet, carving knife, riffler file, and sandpaper…. out in the barn in sub-zero (Celsius) temperatures. This Valentine project besides maintaining...
  8. Country Boy in Love

    Day 2 of the March 2017 RWR I spent in Chris Hammack's class. He had roughouts of his "Professional" series with him and I chose the Lobster Fisherman. I started thinking about it, and decided to make him a crawfish fisherman instead. After I carved away the hat and the slicker, I realized that...
  9. Valentine's Gift for LOML

    Well it has been a while since I have talked to ya'll. Here is another CarveWright Project …................ SO, I figured I better go big or stay home. Here is the project that I have been working on as a Valentine's gift to the LOML. The base of the cabinet is a Valentines gift that I gave...
  10. Cedar Valentine

    Just messing around and made this today. Measures 10" tall, 10" wide, and 1" thick. Finished with Howards wax. This was simple and fun to do. Will make a great Valentine's gift if it doesn't crack out on me.Thanks for the looks and comments.
  11. Late, but received as great! (Heart bandsaw box)

    My first bandsaw box - a Valentine gift for my wife. Started the project thinking it would be done in time for the 'day' and, as with most projects, it took much, much longer than I expected. Glued up four layers of rough cherry since I didn't have a block large enough and did what I...
  12. Valentines for my wife

    Very simply, I hate buying cards. Buying chocolate is always a catch twenty two where my wife both loves it and hates it. Blah, Blah, Blah, It makes me fat, Blah, Blah Blah. I think you have all heard something like this. So, I made one this year. It's a little early but by some standards...
  13. Layered Heart Damask Box with Two Lid Styles

    I realized that layered scroll sawn boxes have been around for a while, but I still love them! I haven't seen many new designs lately and I thought it would be the perfect style to make some pretty Damask styled boxes for the upcoming Valentine's holiday. My box is made of hard maple and walnut...
  14. Heart Box for Valentine's Day

    The last few years I've been making heart shaped boxes for my wife for Valentines Day. This one is made from honey locust, bloodwood, and basswood. The drawer slides from either side so you can show off the red or white side. The box works fine just setting on its side but I decided to create...
  15. Another Valentine's Day Box

    With Valentine's Day coming up, there was a lot of interest in the last box I posted so I thought I add another. This one is quite simple. Bloodwood and walnut about 5" across. For a pattern I used a chocolate heart I'd bought for my wife. I put a rabbet on the inside of the lid to keep it...
  16. Nautilus Shell from 2x4

    I stumbled upon Steve Garrison's YouTube Channel and saw his video on making shells from wood. I got a copy of Steve's ebook with more information on making them and made this small prototype shell just to try his technique. This was made out a short piece of pine 2×4 I had laying around and I...
  17. Heart Bandsaw Box

    Here is my second bandsaw box I made. Gave this one to my wife on her birthday. Made it out of maple igot from the reclaim store and some Mayan walnut. I got lucky with the grain texture on either side of the walnut. My little 10" Rikon bandsaw with cheap Olsen blades struggled to complete this...
  18. Sweetheart Scrollwork

    Needed something to test my new Delta scrollsaw. Cut this from a piece of 1/2" thick tight grain fir. Took me longer to paint than it did to cut it out! Started this for Valentine's Day, finally finished in time for….halloween?
  19. Spalted Heart(wood)

    Seems Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so having a few extra hours to squeeze in a little project, I grabbed my carving knife, a chunk of elm and a comfortable stool. My efforts in comfort being tantamount to the success of this project as I'm sitting out in my drafty barn with the...
  20. Valentine's Day Jewelry Box

    This Valentine's Day Box represents my latest project and my first post on here. The piece is made of Cherry and some extremely rare wood that a cabinet maker friend gave me. The sides are cut from one continuous piece of Cherry and the top piece is not veneered wood, it is simply some unknown...
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