The pattern is from the web site “Instructables”. I purchased the clock on e-bay. The wood is cherry and it is finished with a satin urethane.I saw a similar clock in a friends office. I was impressed with the style and the visual effect of the clock itself. Fortunately, I was able to find pattern that was a good match for the one I had seen. I did vary the trim from the original pattern using a single router bit.
I have been practicing with my wood burning tools lately and wanted to put something on a project other than scrap wood. Found an unfinished cutting board laying around and thought why not. The board is 10 X 14 inches. It was 1 inch thick but was planed a couple times to erase my mistakes. It is made of Claro Walnut and Maple. Walnut is harder to burn than my practice pine, unlike the skin on my fingers. I decided to use a type of vine idea because I thought it might flow around the edges better. I hope to get better at wood burning in the future for the looks and the safety of my fingers.
Platform style bed, headboard, and two nightstands.1. The King bed is mostly 19mm African (Khaya) Mahogany combo core plywood with 15mm solid edge band on the bottom and 6mm edge band on the sides of all pieces. It has two pull out drawers at the foot of the bed.2. The headboard is mostly 25mm African Mahogany with a couple of 19mm combo core plywood with edge banding on the outsides.3. The night stands have a solid 25 mm top and 19mm combo core sides and bottom. The drawer fronts are solid wood as well. There is a wireless phone charger where the circles are.