The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Frame for bulletin board

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Frame for bulletin boardSo, my wife tacked up a 3 part bulletin board. Of course it was glued to the wallpaper. So, I could complain, or I could frame it. So I ripped an old 2×4, cut some lap joints, sanded it flush, stained, varnished, and tacked it up. Now it looks like it belongs.



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Starting on my power sculpting journey

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Starting on my power sculpting journeyHey, LJ's!Been working and practicing on power sculpting.Apparently my phone pictures get put into landscape mode here. Not sure about correction. If Tony checks this posting he might fix it? LOL!Greg the Cajun wood-sculptor sent me to Johnathan Whitiker's home page on YouTube. Now attempting to acquire the skills and tools.Posted a YouTube videoView on YouTubeURL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOziGRMWnBc&t=13sIt's made up of smaller Instagram videos relating to this journey.Thanks for checking it out. Embedding a video here requires a number of steps.As always comments and critiques welcome



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Leaning kitchen Spice Rack/shelf

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Leaning kitchen Spice Rack/shelfBorn of necessity. All the lowers in this kitchen are deep, dark cupboards. Since I don't own the house I needed a better place to access spices more easily that did not attach to the wall. Hence a leaning tower shelf.Made of Mahogany. All the timber was dimensioned by hand (see blog posts on woodworking in Nairobi on why).It needed to be dyed (using aniline dyes from Lee Valley) to get closer to the kitchen colour. Finished with polyurethane.



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