I made a simple framed tray to hold some glass candle holders. Click here to see my video. Let me know what you think. Thank you Paul Pomerleau
This is a set of tea light candle holders that I made: This was my first documented build, so if there are any comments or suggestions, please let me know. I recorded the whole process and it can be found here: View on YouTube
Folding Candle Holder ProjectHey Everyone tell me what you think of this new Small project we can do in a day for gifts for the holidays! I have PDF file of this project for those that would like it. Just email me at: email@example.com
In this “Can-Do” video project I take you through the steps involved in making a simple, elegant candle holder featuring a unique contrasting lamination that captures the eye. More photos go here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/61244
How are those Christmas gifts coming along? You have started, yes? Here’s a simple one.
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Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure: Items to Build for Fundraiser #1: What items to build for fundraising auction?
My wife will be traveling out to San Diego in the middle of November to participate in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure walk. In order to be an entrant, she has to raise several thousand dollars through donations. One of her coworkers is planning a fundraising event to be held at a local restaurant sometime next month. There will be an auction at the event, with all the proceeds going directly to the walkathon. I would like to build a few things that can be auctioned-off to help ra...
I fell behind on this a bit with the holidays (plus a bit of a headcold). I guess I’ll start out with a follow up detail from the last entry. Lisa (aka dustbunny) complemented me on the compound miters (Thanks Lisa!). I have to confess that they did not turn out that way right after glueing up. After I smoothed the rough edges, a few of the corners were not lined up right. In addition to the mis match, you can also see there is a slight chip in the lacewood at the bottom. Luckily...
So what can you make with salvaged parquet floor blocks? This one is not a gift, but it is intended to be a centre piece on the family Christmas-Lunch table. Here is the rough design of a candle holder I am making for Friday. (inspired by an LJ posting).The pale sections are parquet blocks, and the pink sections are thin strips of the found wood shown here. This is my first laminating project so there are a few firsts, and a few lessons learned. First glue-up of the main body..Mai...
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