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Built-in Entertainment Center

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Built-in Entertainment Center 16' built in entertainment center. Open space finished with a ship lap can fit up to a 65 TV. Shaker doors and drawers everywhere. Finished with a bottom base molding and and upper crown.



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Farm style table

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Farm style table Farm style side table. Fits perfectly under the wall mirrors and doesn't clutter the slack being so narrow. Finished it with a double whitewashed look,white paint and Jacobean stain.



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Craftsman style clock

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Craftsman style clockI made this clock out of quarter sawn white oak. My daughter and I took a day trip to Motawi Tile in Ann Arbor to buy the tile. We also got to take a tour of the factory. The finish was achieved by fumigating with household ammonia for 2 days followed with Danish Oil and then a couple of coats of wipe on polyurethane. I tried the danish oil without fumigating and just didn't like the result as much.



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Cake Knives

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Cake KnivesWalnut and Maple cake knives I made for Christmas gifts. My wife asked me if I thought I could make them for a couple of friends, so my response was “challenge accepted!” I had never tried something like this before and I actually used an existing kitchen knife for a template. These are pretty easy to make, and an excellent use of small scraps if you're a wood hoarder like me.
A band sander and/or a spindle sander will make these almost effortless if you are so inclined. I made the walnut dowels for the handles using a piece of metal with a hole drilled in it and then running a square piece of stock through it. I saw the idea online somewhere and was a bit skeptical as to if this would work, but it does indeed!
finished with mineral oil and beeswax.



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