First let me apologize for not posting yesterday. I had a few thing come up & couldn’t get around to posting. Anyway here is the final post of this series before I post It as a completed project. I finished putting on the last coat of si...
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Location: Siskiyou County California
I just love to create things especially out of wood. In 2007 I suffered a back injury and can no longer work. So I took up one of my favorite hobbies working with wood. I can sit & work at my own leisure, if it bothers me (it does) I just take a break. I have everything set low so I can sit and work. I just do what I can. A guy has to have something to do or he goes nuts! Happy wood working!!!
-- Don't waste today, it is yesterdays tomorrow!~SisQMark
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Well guys, as promised, here is side 1 of the finished “Epoxy Experiment” project I’ve been working on. After fixing the antennas & some sanding, this is the finished first side of my project. I added some spots of green &...
Hello again, As I mentioned in my last post, when I got the next coat of epoxy put on I would post it, so here it is. This will be short, I promise. This side was still missing the glitter from when I first poured the epoxy because it sank to the ...
This is a quick up date of my progress. I cut out the butterfly on my band saw, then hand sanded it to round out the edges to a 400 grit. Of course small things do break & this was no exception. The antennas of my butterfly broke, so I am in t...
Hello to anyone that is actually following along. I now have the epoxy poured, added some red & white glitter with some little stars, hearts & flowers. I noticed that most of the items sank to the bottom, I’ll have to make up for thi...