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  1. End Grain Cutting board

    I made my cutting board out of white birch, walnut, and mahogany. I did a checked pattern of birch and walnut, with mahogany on the edge. I used a mineral oil finish.
  2. Endgrain cutting board

    My endgrain cutting board made with walnut, white birch, cherry and hickory wood which I topped off with a mineral oil finish.
  3. Step stool

    This is the step stool I designed and built in shop class. I chose walnut because I thought it looked good and it is very heavy duty. After I cut my pieces to size and routed the sides it was time to stain my projects. I decided to use Antique Cherry because it just gave the wood a darker look...
  4. End grain cutting board

    Made this in woods class. The wood I used was walnut, white birch, and hickory and put 5 coats of mineral oil finish.
  5. Endgrain Wooden Cutting Board W/ Oil Finish

    Pattern design on cutting board made up of various woods found in the shop. Completed with mineral oil finish.
  6. Arts and Crafts Mantle Clock

    Made in Woods Class Made out of African Mahogany I didn't use any stain so I used Tung Oil
  7. Step stool

    I made this step stool with cherry wood in woods class, I did not stain the wood. I used the rounded edge for the routing process of the project. I used tung oil for finish. I had a little bit of trouble sanding the wood down.
  8. keepsake box

    this box has two types of wood. zebra and mahogany. i worked on it everyday at school for two weeks.
  9. Arts and Crafts Mantel Clock

    This is the Mantel clock that i made for my woods class. I used Maple and Cherry for this project. I liked colors of the wood so all i did was put a thin layer of Clear gloss to give it some shine hope you like it.
  10. Arts and crafts mantle clock

    Made this in woods class. It is made of oak wood, no stain, tung oil finish.
  11. Arts and craft Mantle Clock

    I made this in woods class. I made this out of walnut wood. I put on tung Oil on when I was done.
  12. Mantle Clock

    I made my clock out of cherry wood. I used tung oil for the finish. I didn't use a stain.
  13. Stool

    I made a step stool. The top is 16" X 12", the legs are 9 1/4" X 14", and the sides are 12 1/2" X 5". I used some very wild cherry wood to create this stool. The top is actually three pieces jointed together, but looks like one piece. It created some neat looking patterns but made it difficult...
  14. Arts and Crafts Mantel Clock

    I made this in 2nd period woods class. It is made out of walnut. I used a tungoil finish.
  15. fire step stool

    I made a step stool out of alder. I decided to cut flames into the legs and the sides of the stool. For the finish i just applied tung oil to bring out the natural color of the wood. The top was 14" X 9", legs are 7" X 9.5", sides are 12.5" X 4".
  16. Wahoo (aggravation) Board Game

    My in-laws are crazy about games, any kind of game. Last winter I was introduced to what they simply called "the board game", which turned out to be Wahoo, or Aggravation as most know it. I was hooked immediately. The board they used was an old sheet of T1-11 siding with holes drilled through...
  17. Cutting Board

    I made a 10" X 7" cutting board from scrap wood. It is made with oak, cherry, walnut and other various hard woods. I created the pattern by flipping the pieces back and forth. The design is from the end grains and I think it added quite a bit of character. I completely sanded it and finished...
  18. cutting board

    I made my cutting board out of mixed kinds of wood. It is 9" X 6". I applied mineral oil on it for the finish
  19. three foot by two foot box

    this box was supposed to be an easy last project but like always it was really hard. it is made of made of ceder with a walnut trim. the box is as wide as a twin size bed. i put heavy duty hinges and a latches.
  20. Arts and Crafts Mantle Clock

    I made this in Wahoo high school woods class. I used African Mahogany and finished it with tungoil. I also put stained glass in it.
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