A mitered door is unique because they don’t involve 90° joinery (they’re a bit like picture frames, and can be made with ornate profiles that “wrap” around all four edges). So the next time you’re building a woodworking project that requires doors and drawer fronts, consider building a mitered door.
Finish your Halloween ghost bowl or tray as you desire! Check out this video demonstration for one of the quicker ways to complete the projects, however (but keep in mind, this way is safe only for wrapped or protected foodstuffs)…
After prepping the Halloween bowl, it’s time to scare out the ghost’s shape! This post outlines the steps to route out your newest dish and also comes with a video tutorial.
Start getting ready for fall with a specialty spookily-themed woodworking project! Whether you’re hosting a party or simply participating in the neighborhood Trick-or-Treating, candy (or chips, cheeses, what have you!) will never look better than in one of our DIY Halloween bowls or trays…
After completing the body and lid, it’s time to craft the final piece of your keepsake box: the feet! For this project, we recommend choosing from a standard or scrolled Ogee Bracket foot; and instructions for both are included in this final post.
After creating the keepsake box body, it’s time to build the lid. To continue this part of the DIY project, we recommend using a glue-up assembly of two (2)+ pieces—as using a single wider piece would be prone to cupping, this is done to insure the top stays true and flat over time—and walk you through the process in this blog!
This item, also known as a memory box, is used for storing token reminders of people, places, or time. As a result, they are an ideal project for perfect gifts to give to family and friends during major life events. The following instructional will help you make an elegant and simple DIY keepsake box that will store a reflection of a special someone’s special memories!