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  1. Wishing Well / Card box

    I'm getting married this year so I thought it would be fun to make a wishing well for the reception to serve a couple purposes. 1) To be used to put cards in and 2) Instead of having a guest book all of our friends and family will sign the well, and tell a small story if they would like. :)...
  2. Custom Wishing Well Design

    I built this for our 20th anniversary, my wife has wanted one for awhile. So while she was away, I got busy, This is built from scratch from the ground up. It stands just over 8 ft tall, and is about 5 ft to the outer most points. The base is made out of green 2×4's cut to about 12 in each...
  3. Wishing Well

    This wishing well is made from treated pine and cedar. I like the two tone color as I think it gives it a liitle different look. It has a hollow bottom so that it easily fits over a well casing. The well stands about 5' 6" with the inside diameter being 20 1/2". I have made smaller versions and...
  4. Well well well...

    Just a little well made out of construction grade 2×4's and #2 1×4 pine boards. Glad to finally be through with this one. I thought it was going to be a fun little weekend project….six months ago. Made up the design as I went along, which is great for a one-of-a-kind approach. Made plenty of...
  5. My first project - Wood well

    In year 2010 my mom wanted wood well. I told her OK, please buy me miter saw and I will do it for you. (In 2010 i was pooe student with no money :)) It is made from spruce prisms 10×10 cm (approx 4" x 4"). I bought it in our local lumber store. Construction is very simply, joined by screws...
  6. Well Table

    Top is made from old butcher block countertop that was refinished. The base is from an old well. It is the part that the rope would be winded onto. On the well it would have been horizontal and the metal circle had a handle on it that would be used to turn it with. The floor is also from...
  7. Brandy's Wishing well

    My friend brandy is getting married to by brother in law Danny, and while brandy and my wife were talking about decorations and all the other girly stuff that i am not going to mention. one of the things that brandy mentioned was that she would love a wishing well in her wedding. (still...
  8. Wishing well

    Huh, another project that I made for my Mother. I did this one in 2004. It's all cedar from Lowe's. It was rough when I bought it, so I used a finishing sander to clean it up. If only I knew then what I know now… :) It's still outside and in one piece. Though, when I told my parents that...
  9. Well Drilling Rig

    Here's the Toys And Joys Well Drilling Rig. I still need to build a truck for it to ride on but there's some great how tos around here to help me out, Thanks Dutchy for one of the latest ones. This build is a little different then most there's no wheels or tracks to build but tons of odd shapes...
  10. Stair Well Storage

    I like many Lj's have a shop in the basement and as we all know with basement shops we need to maximize the space that we have. I made a plywood rack in the ledge going down the stairs, a spot to keep solid and also a platform where some extra stuff for the dust collector and old tools live...
  11. Wishing Well #1

    This is a wishing well that I made for the daughter of a friend. She moved from one house to another and she wanted a wishing well at her new home. Its made out of Spruce lumber with cedar shingles on the top.
  12. Inkwell stand from quartersawn beech , 1880s inkwells

    I had bought an old set of inkwells at a gunshow and had decided to make a solid base for them , found some scrap quartersawn beech. Used a router to create the 1/4" chamfer and a CNC to make the hollows for the 2 inkwells and the dappen dish. Just put the felt in today, but the block was made...
  13. Garden Wishing Well

    This is my Wishing Well That i have made all from pallets. The lights on the side are both solar panel lights that come on when it is dark. They were from the pound shop.
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Does Home depot and Lowes sell the same type of double sided carpet tape that woodworking stores sell I want to get the kind for turning and temporary holding for patterns while routing but The Big box stores tape is half the price of the woodworking stores. any thoughts would be appreciated.
  15. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I'm planning to reorganize my workshop to make better use of the space. As i've been moving towards hand tools, I need to dedicate less space to bulky powertools that get infrequent use. This should give me an excuse to build a new bench (yay), but first, i need a home for my growing hand tool...
  16. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Anyone know anything about vintage chainsaws? My father has one with no name on it, it is gold in colour and weighs a ton. The wording on the saw appears not to be english. No pic available yet. Any thoughts on where to look for info ??
  17. Woodworking Skill Share
    Building a Workbench this week. Plan calls for Douglas Fir because of it's ability to stand up to more abuse than standard white wood from the big box store. Plan is supposed to use wood you can get anywhere. I'm in the south and can't find Douglas Fir. Any suggestions for wood that would be...
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