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  1. My first wooden projects: kitchen upgrades

    I've only been woodworking for about a year and a half, but looking back, I've accomplished quite a bit! Rather than posting each of these simple little projects in their own page, I put them all together as one "kitchen upgrade" package. All were made out of red oak, and I did my damnedest to...
  2. Ok, there are wine balanceres, wine corks, wine racks now this...

    An avid local winemaker asked me to make her a couple of these, wine bottle cradles to keep the bottles from rolling around while labeling them. Just some 2x material with a 1 1/2"r cove cut an the table saw. Nothing fancy just a quick Sunday afternoon project. Finished dimentions 4 1/4"W x 7"L...
  3. Mesquite Bar set

    The wine glasses, mugs and wooden shooters are made from mesquite from north Texas. The wine glasses are a turning technique called inside out turning. The log is cut square and then split into 4 equal parts and glued back together with the center of the log on the outside. It is mounted on the...
  4. For the wine fans

    I made some growler totes earlier this year and people asked where the wine caddy's were, so here you go, wine caddy with removable dividers.
  5. A cellarette for my sister

    This is a cellarette I made to give my sister for her wedding. The design is from a book of Arts & Crafts style furniture. It is the first piece of "nice" furniture I've attempted (meaning, the first thing other than outdoor furniture, garage cabinets, wall trim, etc). It is made of red oak...
  6. Wine rack

    A simple wine rack for my neighbor who always sees me building stuff in my garage and decided to take advantage. Made out of Maple and stained to get close to her kitchen cabinets. The front rails are tiger maple. She said she liked the Asian feel of some of my other pieces so I made a pagoda...
  7. Segmented Wine Bottle Stopper - 1/2 & 1/2 Twist

    This bottle stopper has been sold. Visit my Etsy store to see the available wine bottle stoppers Project Description This segemented stopper is my first completed project in my June 2009 "30 Projects in 30 Days" challenge. Building these stoppers has been a lot of fun for me. Each design...
  8. Wine Cabinet

    Aside from my first house's remodel….this project has to be the most insane I've ever taken on. A very good friend of mine happened to comment how much they liked a particular wine cabinet in a magazine. With hardly even a glance at it, I said I'd be happy to build it for them for the cost of...
  9. Oak Wine Boxes

    These boxes are made of red oak for the sides and black walnut for the bottom. The finish is Watco Danish Oil - Natural. This looks perfect on a simple box and is super easy to apply. These were donated to a charity fundraiser auction as part of a wine package that my wife wanted to put...
  10. wine tree

    This was a much needed item in our house that was also inspired by other LJ posts. I added my own twist by going two wide at each level expanding the capacity to 12 (14 if I clearance the base so bottles fit there!)Originally I had planed to mount it directly to the wall however I did not...
  11. Cherry Wine Bottle Balancer

    A simple and quick project I made to go along with an end grain cutting board for a wedding gift. I used cherry with a shellac finish. It took a few cuts for the angle to get it right.
  12. Segmented Wine Bottle Stopper #15 - Patchwork

    Visit my Etsy store to see the available wine bottle stoppers Project Description This segemented stopper is my second completed project in my June 2009 "30 Projects in 30 Days" challenge. Building these stoppers has been a lot of fun for me. Each design element allows for a number of...
  13. wine cellar racks

    Just a few pictures of the wine cellar that I am working on. They may look like the same rack but the room is octagon shape and the same units are on opposite walls.
  14. Fleur de lis bar

    This project was made of all pallet wood. Total project cost of all three items is approximately $100.
  15. 200+ Wine bottle balancers. Engraved and finished.

    Finally finished. Back about 10 years ago I made a batch of these gizmos for Christmas presents. Fast forward to this year, and the step daughter wanted some for her wedding to give as gifts to all who attend. I thought I was in for like 50 or so…her first request was for 275! She later...
  16. Beer caddy

    Cheers! I know I could use the one phrase on the commercial, but I probably need permission to do so. Any how, meet the cousin to the wine caddy. This is the beer caddy made from poplar and painted black. This one is already sold for too. I like the stainless steel insert with the black...
  17. Wine Trees #13 - #16

    Hello all, been busy playing with new designs on the wine trees. Here are the newest ones, each quite different from another but I enjoy how they each turned out. Each design holds a different number of total bottles: 7, 8, 9 or 10. Cheers -Chris
  18. Segmented Wine Bottle Stopper #16 - Speckled

    Visit my Etsy store to see the available wine bottle stoppers Project Description This segemented stopper is my third completed project in my June 2009 "30 Projects in 30 Days" challenge. Building these stoppers has been a lot of fun for me. Each design element allows for a number of...
  19. Apple Bottle Stopper

    Just trying to expand my skills with familiar objects.
  20. Simple Wine Rack from Salvaged Wood

    I salvaged a bunch of boards that were used for bench seats in an old transport vehicle. Ran them through a planner and built a simple wine rack. Now all I have to do is attempt to fill it with full bottles.
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