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Burnt wood and small wood blocks combine to create a stunning table lamp design. The gaps between each piece of wood lets the light flow in all directions

Burnt wood and small wood blocks combine to create a stunning table lamp design. The gaps between each piece of wood lets the light flow in all directions

Extreme Garage Shop Makeover – Part 1 | Woodworking Adventures

Extreme Garage Shop Makeover – Part 1 | Woodworking Adventures

NEW Woodshop layout advice... - by Shawn @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

NEW Woodshop layout advice... - by Shawn @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

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Woodworking - more details please visit http://ift.tt/1XTolnA

Create a storage nook for your motorcycle (or anything else) with this economical addition

Create a storage nook for your motorcycle (or anything else) with this economical addition

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http://www.woodesigner.net provides excellent guidance as well as tips to woodworking

Segmented Log Lamp

Segmented Log Lamp

Organizer Box Cabinet

Organizer Box Cabinet

Organize Your Pantry: DIY Lazy Susan Pantry: This would be great for a small kitchen with limited storage space.                                                                                                                                                     More

Organize Your Pantry: DIY Lazy Susan Pantry: This would be great for a small kitchen with limited storage space. More

Classic Sawhorse I’ve found a sturdy sawhorse that’s great even if you have limited space. When I’m done working with them I just stack them on top of each other and store them out of the way. Here’s all it takes to build one horse: One 42-in.-long 2×6 for the top board Four 28-in.-long 1×8 boards for the legs Four 9-7/8-in.-long 1×8 boards for the gussets Thirty-six 2-in.wood screws. Notch …

Classic Sawhorse I’ve found a sturdy sawhorse that’s great even if you have limited space. When I’m done working with them I just stack them on top of each other and store them out of the way. Here’s all it takes to build one horse: One 42-in.-long 2×6 for the top board Four 28-in.-long 1×8 boards for the legs Four 9-7/8-in.-long 1×8 boards for the gussets Thirty-six 2-in.wood screws. Notch …