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This geometric mountain wall art is awesome. Customizable too! Also...the whole thing was built using 1/2 inch thick plywood. Follow along at the link and get inspired to build your own wooden mountain wall art.
And now for something a little different...I present you with this blue jay barn quilt art! Fun right! It is easy to make and a great addition to your art collection. Would work in a gallery wall as well. Follow along at the link and make your own art.
By Mark Clement. This particular project (the high temperatures notwithstanding) was fun and rewarding. I got to detail a signature space and build a room designed to be a multi-functioning one-of-a-kind. We meshed living/working space with storage and even some leisure on this job there was a lot going on.
Isn't this wood art mosaic beautiful? A bonus if you tackle this woodworking project...it was put together using only scrap wood...all 5 inches and under in length. Now tell me you don't already have that wood in your scrap pile in the workshop. Click on the link and see how to go about making your own. Remember, stain or paint will totally transform these scraps into art.
All you need is scrap wood to build this handy armrest table. At the link you will find the free plans and step-by-step instructions to build it. Perfect for a sofa or chair and gives you a place to set down your mug.
The British Army 560-cartridge small arms ammunition box of the period was a wooden box with a sliding lid section on the top. It was held together by brass self-tapping screws and glued.
Having several years earlier experimented with pressing fruits without grinding, I knew that grinding the apples before pressing was an important part of extracting the juice. [Editor Note: No detailed measurements but enough info to build one of your own.]
By Eric Slyter. Quite a few people have asked how to build a display stand so that they may show off their armour at their home, event or wherever. I have an armour stand that I designed that has served me very well for quite some time, and is simple in its construction. This free woodworking projects plan information is courtesy of the Arador Armour Library web site.
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