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Hidden gun cabinet - Woodworking Project by Maderhausen

Hidden gun cabinet

Looks like vintage freezer from the outside, holds 7 rifles and 8 handguns. Well lit and...

Walnut table - Woodworking Project by Glaros Studios

Walnut table

My clients wanted a custom table/ art piece for their new waterfront home. It’s fairly large, at...

Arts and Crafts couch - Woodworking Project by QSWO

Arts and Crafts couch

As usual, quarter sawn white oak. Stole the design from whatever I liked. My wife did the...

Kentucky Bourbon Boxes. - Woodworking Project by Boxer

Kentucky Bourbon Boxes.

Made from recovered old Kentucky bourbon barrel staves. The one on the left is 12 × 10.5 × 4. The...

Oak Laundry Cabinets - Woodworking Project by Lightweightladylefty

Oak Laundry Cabinets

I can check another project off my to-do list! These oak cabinets are installed above the washer...

Desk - Woodworking Project by Sheri Noble, woodworking at it’s finest!

Desk

I quickly built this desk for my oldest daughter. Solid cedar except for the bottom shelves, the...

New finely crafted logo and design updates

New logo design has been inspired by the era of traditional crafts. It has a vintage yet modern feel to it and it sits boldly in the center of the header area. I even added two supporting texts to it: “CRAFTED WITH PASSION” and “AUTHENTIC...

Hand crafted lettering on new craft logos

It seems like it takes time to translate my vision into the website design. Plus I might be a perfectionist :) The advantage is that I am persistent until it feels right to me. What did I still miss? A touch of warmth, clear focus on the...

My Cold Frames Journey

Back story… I haven’t really done any gardening for a few years, but, with the social distancing restrictions, I thought it was time to get back to growing and preserving. Here in Ontario, our spring time can be wonderful for growing veggies –...

Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #6: Creamer and Sugar Bowl Carrier - Build Progress

With the workshop mostly reorganized, I’ve started to get at projects already started and on my To-Do list. A simple project I had been putting off was a small carrier for our Nortake creamer and sugar bowl set. The design is similar to the one...

Design Help

Hey everyone, I’m working on designing an entertainment center and have the basic design ready but am having a hard time figuring out details for a face frame or the legs/base. Hoping some of you more experienced woodworkers might have made something similar before and have suggestions. I’ve been searching for ideas online but must be searching for the wrong things. The cabinets will be painted and the top will be solid boards joined together and stained dark. Since I’m terribly out of...

I'm a student in need of some help :)

Hi all I’m new to this community and I’m taking an intro to carpentry and cabinetry class at Central Texas College (Fort Leonard Wood Campus). I’ve been searching the web for plans to build a gun cabinet for my class project but all I’ve found are finished projects, which are great inspiration, but don’t really help me in the way of dimensions and quantity materials needed. I’m just looking for someone to point me in the right direction for some plans for some gun cabinets so I can get...

Q: Sliding Windows

I want to add some sliding glass (Windows) to my deck, so I don’t get wet when I am using the cap stove. I have a bunch of tempered glass panes from somebody’s sun porch. How do we install them so that they slide? What do I need to buy/make (as in “get Rick to build”?)

Dining table finishes

Wife wants a dining table. I’m sketching it out. We discussed finishes. She wants an epoxy finish because she thinks it’s durable. I’m not sold on that 100%. First of all, I plan to bevel the underside edges and I’m not sure how to “wrap” the epoxy around the edge. Secondly, I’m not crazy about the look. I also don’t think she understands what the look will actually be. Any ideas on a super durable finish that will take a beating?