This was made from some scrap cherry boards, the boards this guy gave me from his shop were around 1 1/8” thick rough milled which I tried to salvage any good stuff from it, the most I could get was around 2 1/2” wide pieces, these boa...
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This was the main branch that broke off the tree, I started yesterday with this project by stripping all the bark off completely down to the bare whitewood, with my angle grinder, then I used my dremel to smooth out all the loose rough jagged edge...
Hi guys, here are some more tree branch items. This is a rustic shelf, around 36” long. with the top thinner section of the branch bent down enough to make good contact with the lower section, then glued and pin nailed together, then f...
Hello,These are maple and apple tree branches, and a couple of maple cutoff slabs, from a guys shop, he had no use for them, he let me have them from his scrap bin. With these projects I’m learning more on how to scribe to fit branches to...
Today I threw together another quick branch piece, I have this one branch, that just isn’t bulky enough to be used in a coffee table format, so a light duty wall ornament, with shelfs came to mind. I started out by making two hanging bloc...