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Project by Joe posted 983 days ago 1832 views 12 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here are a couple Green and Green clocks. The plans came from Wood Magazine. I used cherry and finished with GF arm-r-seal. The tile is Motawi.

-- Senior Chief





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smitty22

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#1 posted 983 days ago

Nice! I really love the cattails in the moonlight version. And those give me a couple of ideas for some 8/4 cherry I’ve got stacked up.
thanks!

dale

-- Smitty

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ShaneA

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#2 posted 983 days ago

Look great, I like the tile choices. These are great clocks to make.

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Dusty56

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#3 posted 983 days ago

Not a big fan of G&G , but I really like these : ) Great job on both of them !!

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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Deaser

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#4 posted 983 days ago

These look great! I’ve been wanting to try a G&G project for awhile now and this might be the one. Did you use ebony for the details or “ebonize” another species?

-- Steve, Pennsylvania

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Joe

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#5 posted 983 days ago

Deaser, Nope its cherry, I used a black magic marker. Works like a charm. You can get by doing this with small parts.

-- Senior Chief

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#6 posted 983 days ago

Any idea what magazine they came from? Look like alot of fun to make….

-- John Gray

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#7 posted 983 days ago

John,

The plans came from Wood Magazine, the December, 2010 issue I believe.

-- Dean

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Joe

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#8 posted 983 days ago

John, Its issue 201, November 2010.

-- Senior Chief

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Deaser

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#9 posted 980 days ago

I checked out the Motawi website for the tiles. Man, they’re not cheap! I’m guessing you pay for quality. I wonder if there are less expensive tile options out there?

-- Steve, Pennsylvania

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