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  1. Flower Planter for Mother's day

    I made this for my Mom, it's her Mother's day present. It's made from common lumber and Whitepine from Lowes. I cut all the parts out, then stained them with Rustoluem Kona stain. Then carved out the Welcome and Humming birds on my CNC. All the parts are fasten together with pocket screws...
  2. Wolf Welcome

    I made this picture awhile back. It needed a backer because was too thin to be on it own. The backer that I finally settled on was a Oak door off some cabinets. I painted the inside of the door black for contrast and left the outside natural. The welcome sign is made from 1/4" Red Oak The...
  3. Welcome Sign (farmhouse Style)

    I used 1×2x8 pine wood for frame and for back used poplar plywood. Used my craft machine to cut out saying. For a how to video and free plans/free SVG files for this project click on Video Link: Thank You For Checking Out This Project! Don't Forget To Click On The YouTube Video Link And...
  4. Train Welcome Sign

    My Dad retired from the railroad after 38 years. I made this Welcome sign as a Christmas gift for my parents home. This is made from California Red Oak, stained Early American and finished with clear lacquer.
  5. Celtic Welcome Sign

    This piece was done as a 10th Year Anniversary Gift for my Sister and Brother-in-Law. With the last name of "Arnold", my Brother-in-Law's Family most certainly have Celtic Roots and they do enjoy collecting and displaying works of the sort. Quite a few months ago I was wracking my brain trying...
  6. Welcome Bear Sign

    I have made several of these signs in different sizes. They make great gifts. I used 6/4 oak, stained it with Minwax Early American stain and finished it with lacquer. I think this is a very welcoming Welcome sign.
  7. Relief Carved Welcome Sign

    I started this welcome sign months ago. It was requested by my mother-in-law as a gift for my father-in-law. It turns out it will be a father's day gift. Anyway, he does not hang out in woodworking circles so I am pretty safe to post things here and on my blog...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi. This post is also an introduction. I've been lurking here for a couple years, and have learned a lot, but am finally getting some time to do some serious woodworking. But a situation has come up and I need some advice. A friend of mine has a neighbor whose husband was a tool collector, and...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm getting into woodworking and am quickly realizing that my Ryobi 10" table saw isn't going to tow the load. The fence needs realignment before every cut, table is not adjustable, lack of power etc. It's a great around the house, knock around saw but that is not what I need. I'm interested...
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