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  • John,
    Looks like you really took your time and did a very nice job with that Gazeebo. It pays to take time and have a project turn out top notch, very rewarding.

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    • Thank you Speedball
      this gazebo came with a plan but i didnt use it. they had the floor boards going from side to side. i also changed the roof pitch from 12/12 to 5/12.
      thanks again
      john
      John from Belgrave ont.

      www.extremebirdhouse.com

      http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/...d=112698715866

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      • Wow

        Very nice work on the gazebo!!!!
        http://www.picturetrail.com/gid6255915

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        • Thank you bullethead.
          John from Belgrave ont.

          www.extremebirdhouse.com

          http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/...d=112698715866

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          • Here's some maple boxes i made to display some of my boys karate belts .Ths glass looks a little dirty because the protective film is still on it
            i really like the lock mitre joints ,but take a bit to get them set up properly

            Nelz
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            • Great job Nelz. The joints look like they came out great as well as the finished project.

              WWS
              Still enjoying all 10 fingers!

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              • Very cool!

                I really like the way the belts are displayed in the cases!
                Very cool Nelz.
                They look great!

                Nobu
                Yoroshiku onegai shimasu

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                • thanx guys the little guy likes them too,only 5 more belts to go so that should keep me busy
                  Heres some dead blow mallets I made out of some left over maple,oak and cherry i had ,they are weighted inside with steel bb's
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                  • Outdoor Projects

                    Hey Y'all:

                    It's been a very busy summer. I attach some pics of my latest projects - a deck off the front of our house.

                    Also two pics of a chair - a Westport chair, from a design that is 100 yrs old!
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                    "Dad, E means empty, NOT broken" - my cousin Doug, to his dad after the tractor ran out of diesel and Ed claimed the gas gauge was broken.

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                    • I'm a little late joining this discussion, but...

                      There are a lot of great looking projects on this thread. Nice work to everyone and thanks for sharing.

                      Here's a pic of a cradle I built for my youngest son about 1-1/2 years ago. I bought the plans from Cherry Tree several years ago and intended on building it for my oldest son (7 years old now). As things usually go for me, I got too busy and never made it. Anyway, it was ready just in time for the last one.

                      It was a real fun project.
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                      Last edited by toomanysplinters; 08-16-2006, 08:49 AM.
                      toomanysplinters

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                      • Nice job, store it well and the grandkids will be able to use it

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                        • NICE job toomanysplinters. I've been looking around for some plans for a cradle also,Do you remember how much for the plans?
                          Can anyone else recommend some cradle plans that turned out well for them I dont have a lathe so spindles are out i guess

                          Nelz

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                          • Plans...

                            Hey Nelz and wbrooks,

                            Thanks! I just checked, and Cherry Tree still offers these plans. They're $17.95 for the plans and $56.95 for the parts kits. There's no turning involved with this project. The spindles are all dowels and the wooden knobs are bought. I would imagine that the parts kit includes those parts.

                            Here's a link to their website... http://www.cherrytreetoys.com/search...earchbyprice=0
                            toomanysplinters

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                            • Here's my first two solo projects. The first is a poplar toybox I made for my son. The letter routing was done with a fixed base router and straight edge.

                              The second is a boat bed I made inspired by a similar bed by pottery barn. The wood is red oak, the beadboard look is solid plywood with V-grooves run down the middle.

                              Now that I have a decent router and table saw (and a little more experience), more projects coming soon hopefully...
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                              • one more pic of the boat bed
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