I found an awesome picture of an octopus and I thought it would be really cool to router it!!! I added Newport below the octopus since that is the town I live in right now and it is on the coast!
Psalm 69:34 (NCV) Heaven and earth should praise him, the seas and everything in them.
In this episode of OPP I am sharing projects from:
Charles Wehrheim– Five projects: cedar sign, anniversary sign, Steve Good pattern used for a router sign, gold fish intarsia, and a barnwood family sign.
Owen Morse- Planter boxes from fence wood and a shoe tower made from sheet pine.
Lou LoGiudice- Intarsia seashell made with monkey pod and beech. Lou’s YouTube channel: Your Trash My Treasure
My granddaughter, Nadine, also made a short video to shout out about her friend who has made a gaming YouTube channel: Gamingwithlexie
If you would like have your project shared on a future OPP episode please send it to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), Facebook, or any other way you’d like. Make sure to include a little bit about the piece and any website, YouTube channel, or Facebook page you would like me to share.
I made some full extension pull out shelves on the bottoms of my workstations. I watched an awesome tutorial video by Jay Bates to help me through it. Jay’s video is 3 minutes and 30 seconds long, but he is finished with the tutorial by 2:25. So if you want to learn this quickly then I recommend you go to his video. I have the link below. This video of mine is edited some and sped up during certain parts but it still took me 6 times longer than Jay. I am keeping it this long length so others, like me who haven’t done this before, can see that it can be done even if you have to struggle through!!! It took me 2 days to make 6 shelves, but they are awesome!!!
Jay Bates’ Tutorial Video (Jay’s Video is 3:30 long. He was all done by 2:25.)
We had a week to spend at the new shop so we got a few things done on our list. I worked on adding full extension shelves to my workstations while Husband worked on the compressed air system. We had an adventure picking up the 20 foot 4 inch PVC pipe and help from one of our neighbors (thanks Tom!) to lift the dust collector. I also added a few stickers to the sticker map. I have links to all of the channels that I mentioned down below.
If you would like to sticker swap just send me a sticker or business card and I will send you one of mine. Use the address located in the description box of the YouTube video, I will keep this updated since it will be changing once we move!!!
Makers Media Network
The Green Woodworker Podcast
William Melendez-Cruz- Total Graffix Workx
Phil Cannon Woodworking
I made the routered sign for my new shop and ended up not really liking it. So I made another one to replace it. This time I made it intarsia like, so the house and the sun of my logo are what I enjoy doing the most! I took down the routered sign and put the new sign up in its place which is right next to the sticker map in the new shop!
Proverbs 16:3 (NCV) Depend on the LORD in whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.
We worked on the retirement shop building three different sized workstations. We will be moving there this summer so for now we spend long weekends setting things up. Husband designed these workstations after asking me what it is that I wanted. The first thing I wanted was for the stations to be positioned so I could see out the windows at the awesome view!!! Next was a smooth top that wouldn’t bow and big open spaces inside the cabinets. I like the end result so far. We will be adding some full extension shelves or drawers next. Yay!!!
Today I am sharing projects from:
Kurt Tuttle -Moe-Joe dog bone sign and apple sign with red acrylic paint.
Claudio Nestor Rodriguez- Bi-plane shelves. His You Tube channel is called Claudio Rodriguez
Rosewood59- Routered signs. Her You Tube channel: Rosewood59
Joseph Arnaez- African mask. His Facebook page is called Fantasy Wood Works
Charles Wehrheim- Boxes full of small pieces.
Teresa Gomoke- Horse drawing, white pencil on black.
Bob Templeton- Art casltes.
Thanks for the projects and great ideas everyone!!!
If you would like me to share a project you have made please send me a picture through email or social medias. If you want me to share your You Tube channel, Facebook page, or other social media thingamagiggers, please give me the link!
I enjoy seeing what everyone is making and I love to share them too!!!
I tried routering differently than I had been doing it. I used a ¼ inch round nose bit to outline Jesus and then used an SC-50 bit to outline the smaller words. With more practice it could look nice and crisp, but I like the message of the sign, so here it is. 🙂
John 14:6 (NCV) Jesus answered, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. The only way to the Father is through me.”
Questions about this verse? Email me 😊
I found a stained glass pattern of a horse and used it for an intarsia pattern. Since I cut most of the head and the mane out of the same pieces of wood it is called segmentation. But I did use other pieces too so that would also make it an intarsia! I used walnut, zebra wood, wenge, and a small piece of pecan.
The Link to karalstudios.com goes to the website, which appears to be gone, but there is a facebook group: Karal Studios Facebook
Here is the original pattern on my pinterest page: Horse pattern on Cy’s Corner Pinterest
Job 39:24 (NCV) With great excitement, the horse races over the ground; and it cannot stand still when it hears the trumpet.
Today I am sharing projects from:
RC Works- mini foot locker/storage box
Wendy Crawford Gourley- clock
Youtube: Moose Trails Woodworking
Sterling Davis– Billy Graham scroll saw
Youtube: Sterling Davis
Terry- cutting board
Youtube: The Grumpy Old Woodworker
Eric Davis– clocks and daughter Edyn- cross
Kurt Tuttle – blessed sign
Linda Bush– bear dog sign for her dog Sam
Thanks for the great projects everyone!!!
If you would like me to share your project on an upcoming OPP video just let me know through email, facebook, instagram, or whatever!!!
Thank you all!