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08-24-2010 06:11 PM

Plastic or paper bags with your shop name - for shows - 9 replies

Hey Everyone! I have a show coming up in December and i thought it would be great to have some plastic or paper bags with my logo / shop name printed on them made. Has anyone had this done? Where did you get them printed? were you satisfied? how much? bags in the arms of customers as they walk around the show would be great advertising...

07-19-2010 03:43 PM

Looking for grey colored wood - 7 replies

I am working on intarsia Christmas ornaments and one of the ornaments I am making is for my father in law is a Keeshond with a Santa hat. As you can see this type fo dog has a lot of gray fur. Can someone recommend a type of wood that is grey in color. I tried looking for blue pine in my area but i didn’t see any (I am in Northern Virg...

05-11-2010 05:10 PM

www.freewoodworkingplan.com offline? - 4 replies

does anyone know why www.freewoodworkingplan.com is offline? it hasn’t worked for several days.

05-03-2010 01:06 AM

Cross section cake platter / Tree Pedestal Cake stand (for wedding) - 9 replies

I am getting married next year and i’d love to do a tree pedestal cake stand and i am hoping to get some advice on the project. i was originally going to get the wood from a freecycler online who had just cut down some maple, but my shop teacher advised me not to since the risk of mold/fungi and critters, not to mention he doesn’t...

03-31-2010 06:38 PM

how to make an easel back? (i know the answer will be simple) - 3 replies

Ok i’m racking my head on how to do this simply, but how do you do an easel back for a photo frame? its the little flap that makes the photo sit upright. I want my easel back to be adjust able to a person can use the frame for horizontal and vertical images (so they aren’t stuck in one direction or the other) here’s an exam...

02-04-2010 07:32 PM

interested in doing craft shows but not sure how to handle it as a hobbiest - 21 replies

So i have been woodworking for around 3 years now and I have found some projects that i can mass produce and enjoy producing. I was thinking of trying out a large craft show that they hold ever year in December at the local community center. the booth prices were $200, and i know this sounds like its a lot, but its a HUGE show in the DC metro...

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