Redneck Kleenex Dispenser Box By DrQuackner

I saw many great Kleenex Box’s here one I think by Splinter. If you could post some of you boxes in your comments, I would appreciate it to show members what fine crafted ones look like.

I was watching my wife go through boxes of Kleenex and I wondered what is the difference in cost if I used toilet paper apposed  to using Kleenex. One study stated it cost almost 10 times more and CNN said about 8 times more.

That’s what gave me the idea for this project. Yup, that makes me the Redneck.

Lola. What are you doing in there?
It’s not for your use.

I really gotta go. Can I use it?

I posted photos below of some of my work processes. 
I’m finding that making something look rustic is almost as hard as making a fine finish project. 

Guide lines for posting on DrQuackner’s page. 

Remember, your comments should always be respectful and follow Craftisian community guidelines. These guidelines were not posted  for all members. Most here are respectful. The ones who aren’t know who they are. 

Thanks for stopping by and viewing my project. 

Dr. Quackner


The "project"  has a lot of detail and is vey useful.    Lots of fun making it I am sure and the comments should be interesting.   Well done.


Thanks Ron. It was fun. Sometimes I had to laugh looking at it. 

Ya. The reactions should be interesting. I can’t wait to watch the “comments” hit proverbial the fan. 

Dr. Quackner

your little signs are cute and your guidelines mean nothing to me. but im here to say your project is very whimsical and made me laugh. the detail you put into this is incredible. this shows a lot of talent with the weathering effects. love all the little things like the birds and skulls over the door. the minature roll is very funny. well done james.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

What a shame.  You posted a commendable effort and sullied it with your juvenile "members that are not welcome" sign.  To make matters worse, you used poor grammar.  That should be "members who are not welcome."

I suspect you were picked on as a youth.  

Half of what we read or hear about finishing is right. We just don’t know which half! — Bob Flexner

Hi Rich. Your still not welcome. You are a bully and if you picked on me in my youth I would have kicked your Scrawny ass up into your little brain. 

By the way thanks for taking the bait. My wife said you were lurking and it was just a matter of time before you had enough adult beverages to buildup the courage (you coward) before you posted here after dark. 

Do you show your wife what you post? Do you even have someone you can talk to? It can help you Rich. And we all will be happier for it. At least I will be. Please talk to someone besides me. It’s not healthy for you. 

Dr. Quackner

Wot is good... how. is 100% better. 

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

Detail is amazing! Where is the magazine rack? Requirement for all libraries.
Great work and very good aging effects. And so funny. 

James McIntyre

james nice to see you "back" here posting again 🙄

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

Like the project a lot.  Well done.  Artful. 

Drop out of warp and prepare to be boarded. Mike southwest CO

Very detailed. I applaud your patients.

As a "redneck" item shouldn't it have corn husks instead of toilet paper.....LOL

..... I applaud your patients.

As does Dr Qackner... at least the surviving ones.

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

Ha ha ha! LesB if I thought of it I would have included some. I’m sure I could have made some or buy some of those baby corns. 

Dr. Quackner

LBD. Dr Quackner does have a few surviving Patients. I think? 

Come to think of it I haven’t had any return patients appointments. Would you like to make one. You can ware you fancy nighty. No patient gowns necessary for us ducks.  

Dr. Quackner

Thanks George West!

Dr. Quackner