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  1. Wine Glass Box

    A friend I work with asked if I would make a simple box that holds a bottle of wine for him to give as a wedding present. I agreed to make him one but the "simple" request had to go. This is make from walnut and curly maple. The legs are hinged on the bottom (no metal) and fold over the top to...
  2. Wedding Arch

    This was a new wood wedding arch/garden arch that was made to look old and rustic. It was built to be assembled like a puzzle so that we could move it in and out of the wedding venue. A few light weight lengths of fabric and some battery powered lights helped to bring it to life.
  3. Wedding Favors Display

    Much like my path lights this stand was built out of wood from old fence panels. The only new(ish) wood was some plywood used for the base of each tray and a small piece of chalk board.
  4. Wedding Automaton

    This is a present for a recently married couple based on some of their wedding photos. They were married in a Scottish Castle with pipers and kilts, daffodils and snow.
  5. Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Cars (2006 - 2010)

    This was a fun part of Cub Scouts. During Brendan's years he won 4th place in his tiger den, 4th place in his wolf den, 1st place (2nd in pack) in bears, and grand champion for webelos I and webelos II. Brendan's involvement in building the cars increased over the years. There's only so much...
  6. Wedding toasting glasses

    These Toasting glasses are my latest turning project for my son and daughter in laws wedding 12/30/16. Maple and Walnut, stain on the Walnut, *************** and buffed with the Beall system. Stem is a dowel turned with a Sorby spiraling tool. Comments or critique welcome. Thanks for looking Paul
  7. Wedding gift to my wife

    This is my first real project that I built for my wife as a gift to open on the wedding day. Our wedding was in June but I've been meaning to post some pictures. It's made of cherry and Brazilian cherry and has a natural danish oil finish. I learned a whole lot during this project and I'm...
  8. Wedding Sign - 2016

    Made for a colleague of my wife. Reclaimed fence pickets and letters laser cut from 1/8" plywood at our local FabLab.
  9. Custom Wedding Table Number Holders...

    I had an order come in from my Etsy shop… This custom set of table number placecard holders was made from the natural branch of a native hardwood… I think the timber is Ironbark but I am not sure… there are twelve pieces in the set and each is different and unique… The branch came from a tree...
  10. Wedding WellWish and Advice Wine Box

    This is a Wedding Wine Advice Well Wishes Box that I made for my son and his bride. The box has a coopered lid which has a slot cut in it for wedding guests to write notes to the newlyweds. The box is made of purpleheart (her favorite color and the main color of the wedding), and is constructed...
  11. Love Letter wine box

    For my daughter's recent wedding she asked me to make a love letter anniversary box for the ceremony. This is what I came up with. The way it works is the bride and groom write love letters before the ceremony then during the ceremony they put the letters in the box, (I made pockets in the lid)...
  12. My Ring

    Here is my wedding ring. Its aluminum and mahogany and finished with General Finishes seal-a-cell, and arm-r-seal, with a few coats of wax. The original plan was to us Brazilian Rosewood, but I couldn't seem to get the aluminum to adhere to the wood. After many trials with several adhesives, and...
  13. something... more.

    This is a wedding gift for my youngest niece. Inspired by http://lumberjocks.com/projects/83867 thanks bazz! I had the letters finished in time to be shipped however it just seemed to want something… more. Finally settled on the base with the wedding date scrolled into it. All made from 1/2" red...
  14. Collapsible Candy Cart

    I built this candy cart for a mates wedding and then used it for my own. The cart is made from 10 parts in total for ease of transport and also to negotiate narrow door openings. I also fitted a remote control LED lighting system for added flare. Once assembled it can actually be wheeled! The...
  15. Wedding Mantelpiece Clock

    This was something I made for a relatives wedding whilst volunteering at Clydesdale Community Initiatives-CCI
  16. Wedding Wagon

    This is a maple wagon that my two year old will use to tow the ring pillow down the isle at my sister's wedding. She was concerned that he would drop the pillow or the rings would come off, so I built this wagon for him to pull behind him. I purchased the wheels and ball/dowel handle pieces...
  17. Grandfather Clock

    First of all, let me preface this posting by saying that this was not my creation. My wife and I were lucky enough to be the recipient of this cherry grandfather clock as a wedding present that was handcrafted by my father and finished by my mother. It's based upon an image of a Nathaniel...
  18. Jenga for the wedding wishes

    This idea came from LJ. Java jake Thanks Jake for all the help with figuring out the stamp ink and details for this. When I showed his to my daughter she had to have it for her wedding. I used some of her artwork from the invitation and made a little logo to put on the side of the blocks. The...
  19. Ring

    Corian ring with white G10 and vavona burl inlay Size: 4,5 US - 10,5 US
  20. wedding wine box

    my first piece done for someone other than myself - was a bit nervous since this was a wedding present and was going to be used by the bride/groom as part of the wedding ceremony for something called a 'wine box ceremony', something i had not heard of prior to this. design was basically taken...
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