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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. Tree Branch Wall Hanging

    The little things that nature provides gives us great viewing pleasure. The branches are from my sycamore and Red Oak tree. One thing I'll never run out of is sycamore branches it's a continues battle picking up fallen branches from that darn tree. I decided to put them good use by making a...
  3. Steinfass ( Stone Holder)

    I was asked if I could make a Steinfass. My first questions were what is a Steinfass and how many? Steinfass means stone holder. This is a traditional tool used by farmers to hold the whetstone used to sharpen their scythes. I made this from select northern basswood and is 12 1/2" tall, 2 3/4"...
  4. Some more things I've made

    All from scrap wood things I do to keep me out of trouble inbetween real projects, and it makes me some spending money since most things like this I send to the consignment shop.
  5. Church - Intarsia

    This intarsia piece is the white country church with steeple. The church is 19½" x 16" and has 70 pieces. Wood is Western Red Cedar and aspen and is finished with Old Masters Clear Finish gel varnish. I used a wood burner on the steeple and the horizontal lines on the church building. I made a...
  6. More intarsia...labrador, cat & goats

    Lab is walnut, alowood (blue), cedar, wenge….Judy Gales Roberts pattern Cat in bag is Ph Mah, Maple, Wenge and walnut…...Judy Gales Roberts pattern Goat patterns I made from the adjacent photos and are made of pine, cedar, redwood, basswood, poplar All finished in lacquer.
  7. DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING - And shop progress picture

    This is the first tree and bear carving that I have done since the second shop fire. I've got everything I need to make sawdust. The new shop is coming along. Waiting on the electrician and the siding. Then drywall, paint and set the shop up! I've included an update on the shop progress. I call...
  8. Carved Skeleton

    No, it's not for my house. My oldest son, an avid guitar player and collector, asked me to carve something to put in his "guitar room". He's got it so bad that when he built his new house he dedicated a room for his guitars and sound proofed it so he could play to his heart's content (bless...
  9. Sports Plaque

    This picture is being done for a co-worker's niece. He wanted something to suprise her with, so this is what I came up with. Hope she likes it. The picture is made of 1/8" Baltic Birch 11×14". It has a very light coat of spray poly to keep it from turning colors with sunlight. The black...
  10. Boba Fett Star Wars Scroll Saw Wall Art

    My son wanted some star wars wall art, and loves Boba Fett (as do I) so we made this. I got the picture online, printed in black and white, then inked it to our liking making it black and white only, no gray. After cutting we painted it and glued it to a piece of thin ply we painted black. Very...
  11. Scroll Saw Bonsai Tree Wall Art

    Found a picture I really liked, printed and glued to thin ply, and cut it out with my scroll saw.
  12. Meet "Seamore" a Deep Sea Furrie by Gary Burns the treewiz

    I introduce to you "Seamore", a very Hip Deep Sea Furie. "Seamore" has quite a following. He is one of the most popular Furies. He is kind and caring and always has time for any creature. He always has a smile and is really quite handsome. Most anyone is attractive if they wear a big smile for...
  13. Coffee Cup Holder - Quick and Easy Gift Idea

    Hi everyone, I just finished a quick build and build video for a Coffee Cup Holder using a sycamore panel. It turned out pretty nice, I wish I would've used bigger hooks and spaced out the cups a little further apart, but it was good practice on panel joints for my upcoming dining table build...
  14. Impossible II

    For those of you wondering what I was going to do after 'The Impossible', here's your answer. This is a wall hanging 270×220 x 11mm. The pattern itself is end grain and about 6.5mm thick on a 4.5mm birch ply backing. The woods are Purpleheart, Padauk, Pau Amarello and Ebony with an Ebony...
  15. Fretwork Mirror

    This piece of wood is Locust, it was a scrap piece that was given to me. I aquire alot of my wood that way. It has such great pink and gold color. The piece of wood was fairly thin, but I thought it would be good for a live edge mirror. It had some areas that I had to fill, but I think it...
  16. Rustic Wall Hangings

    I may soon start attending festivals and outdoor shows as a vendor! Which has me frantically searching the internet, books, and local shops for inspiration. I love my doors but I feel I need more variety for a "booth". So, I've started my diversification with some rustic wall hangings. All...
  17. Intarsia Carousel Giraffe (I’m my own worst enemy)

    Explanation: I wanted to make a piece that was a little more difficult and I think I went overboard. 402 pieces and 140 hours later this is what I ended up with. Hope yall like it. This one is another in a series of carousel animals that I'm trying to find a good place to donate them to. I...
  18. Star Gazer Intarsia Wall Hanging

    I'm still working on making faces and I had to do some wood carving on this one. I really enjoy combining the two mediums and I hope it works well for the end result. It is 18"x12" and is almost and 1 1/2 thick with all of the spacers. It took 157 pieces to make out of 13 different kinds of...
  19. Inverted world

    This is a flat wall hanging 220mm x 220mm x 6mm thick. Made from solid (pic' 4), book-matched Padauk, African Blackwood and Sycamore. Glue is PVA. It is sanded to 600 grit and waxed. For the story behind it and its making go to my blog As you can see from pic' 5 it can be hung any of the...
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