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Every holiday season, my wife complains about how we don't have any cool handmade ornaments to hang on our Christmas tree. This year I agreed to finally start ...
The drill was fairly straight-forward, so I'll begin with it. I drew out the shape of a drill on some scrap material, and used a jigsaw to cut ...
The piece was primed and then sanded with 220 grit sandpaper. It's important to always prime and sand before the final color is added. It makes all the ...
The top of the mixer was carved from a couple of pieces of an old broom handle. Wood filler was used to fill in cracks, and a small ...
A jigsaw was used to cut out the pieces for the stand. These were all glued and clamped together. I used my rotary tool to carve down the ...
The bowl was made from two pieces of wood glued together, and then shaped with the rotary tool using various bits. This was finish sanded by hand with ...
The mixer top was glued to the stand with the help of a small dowel to strengthen the bond. The bowl was not attached at this point.
The mixer and bowl were primed and sanded, and received their base coats of paint.
Basic details for the drill were painted on with a small brush. Finer details were painted on using toothpicks or drawn on with a sharpie. A 1/16" bit ...
The mixer and bowl details were added in the same fashion as the drill, using a fine brush, toothpicks, and a sharpie. The knobs are the ends of ...
Screw eyes were added along with some silver thread to compete the ornaments. That's it. Thanks again for looking!
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