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Christmas Tissue Box Cover

12-12-2015 09:05 PM by PCorl | 0 comments »

Here is a neat little Christmas project. I built mine out of 1/4” baltic birch plywood and a piece of 1/4” oak. I did a video on the build and you can view it on You Tube, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtBROCtyd-U Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy the video and the build. Paul / paulsmessyworkshop

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DIY Christmas Tree Stand Cover | Rustic Christmas Tree Box

12-02-2015 03:09 PM by Chris McDowell | 3 comments »

I didn’t know this was a thing until this month when my wife showed me pictures and asked me to make one. This one is made out of an old pallet and some old house siding. Not difficult to make at all, just a simple box glued and nailed together. My wife stained it. I was skeptical while making it. It is basically just an ugly box. But it looks pretty cool once you set the tree in it, I gotta say. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/m-oJBwRPGyk

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Christmas Tree Star Topper

11-25-2015 09:19 PM by PCorl | 0 comments »

This is my latest holiday project. A Christmas tree star topper. This is a pretty simple project that can be completed on a scroll saw or a band saw. You can view the video of how I made it on my YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8F3R4TNnNc I hope you enjoy it.

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Christmas Ornament

11-15-2015 05:27 PM by PCorl | 0 comments »

With the holiday season approaching I decided to make a Christmas Ornament on the scroll saw. I downloaded a pattern from Steve Good’s site (www.scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com) and went to work. Here is a link to the video that I made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWyIuk1K5PA hope you enjoy the video and thanks for watching.

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Last Second Christmas Project - Wooden Soap Dishes

12-23-2014 04:48 PM by Chris McDowell | 7 comments »

I made 10 wooden soap dishes for a relative. I used cedar from a scrap 4×4 post. These are easy to make as Christmas gifts or to sell at craft shows or on Etsy. I’ve seen people sell tons of these on Etsy for 4 or 5 bucks a piece. I would not recommend using cedar as it’s very brittle and very soft, which makes it almost impossible to make these without blemishes. I used poplar a couple of years ago and those have held up just fine. You have to cut the grooves so that ...

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Wooden Gear Clock #1: On with the Show

02-23-2012 12:06 AM by avgjay | 1 comment »

O.K. Let’s get to the first project. So like a lot of woodworkers I have taken to making some Christmas presents and since I have six nephews, all around the same age they tend to get similar gifts. So the year before last they got puzzle boxes courtesy of a book/DVD combo Puzzle Boxes by Jeff Vollmer which they loved. I highly recommend it. This year I wanted to make something they would love just as much and would also scratch a woodworking itch, remember I am an addict and love ...

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Game Table the legs

11-22-2009 05:49 PM by dryhter | 1 comment »

Hey Everybody, Well, here it is Christmas time, and if you are like me, you are contemplating a special Christmas gift. This year I decided to make a Game Table and this first video will deal with fabricating the table legs. The inspiration for the legs comes from Federal style furniture,the detail that caught my eye is an embellishment at the foot of the leg. I found it was not as easy to duplicate as I had thought and it, became necessary to improvise. A couple of jigs solved the d...

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