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Great first instructable! I hope we see many more from you :)
Science of Baking
LEDs and Lighting Class
Good write-up, thanks for sharing this.
Very nice! This looks like a perfect way to make a durable, portable seat. Great re-use idea!
Very nice little setup. Good first instructable! Hope you share many more :)
Very cool, thanks for sharing! :)
These look tasty! :)
Very well done, great first instructable! :)
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Very nice chairs!! Great instructions too :)
This is a great looking bag. Where did you get the waterproof fabric, or, what is it made of exactly? Thanks!
2x4 Wusak Woodworker's Ultimate Swiss Army Knife
Woohoo! I'm quite flattered that you remixed my old project, and impressed with your excellent and accessible new design. So cool!!Very well done, all around! :)
Ah, thanks! Be sure to share a photo over on that project if you do. I'd love to see how yours turn out :)
Yay! Very cool, nice to see the photo of your finished hobbes! Thanks for taking the time to share a photo. This always makes my day! :)
These are so nice. Very impressed with the finished look! :)
Great instructable! Clear, easy-to-follow steps. Well done! :)
Darth Vader Wood Burner Remix
Very nicely done! :)
Great instructions. Well done! :)
Fantastic first instructable. Excellent documentation of your process! :)
This looks SOOOO good! :)Two of my favorite desserts combined into one? Wow!! : D
Ha ha! Very clever!I like that the head you spend so much time making just basically shoot off and can be reused again and again. Well done! :)
Ha ha! Very clever!I like that the heads that you spent so much time making just basically shoot off and can be reused again and again. Well done! :)
This is really cool! I hope your dad loves it :)
Nice! Looks like a good setup. Thanks for sharing :)
Very cool! ;)Congrats on sharing your first instructable. Welcome to the community!
Looks like a good little case. Thanks for sharing! :)
Hey, I like it! That looks fantastic. Thanks for the photos! :)
Hey, this looks familiar. Remember, don't steal and repost other people's projects.http://www.instructables.com/id/Duct-Tape-Batman-Mask/
Oh, nice! Using a drill bit is a brilliant idea!! Very very cool. Thanks for the photo :)
Great outline of this process. It's a basic skill every woodworker needs to know! :)
Beautiful work! I'd be proud to just hang these on the wall. Cool project, I dig it! :)
Looks good, thanks for the photo! :)
Wooo! That looks excellent! Glad you found this tutorial and were able to make one. Thanks for the photos, that's really cool to see how yours turned out.
Mini Futuristic Skee Ball (Phase 1)
Oooh, I like it. I dig the fantastic industrial frankenstein look. Excellent stuff, as usual! :)
The Layered Sheet Metal Snare Drum
Whoa, this looks so cool!!
Color first with a sharpie marker, then sand lightly with 220 sandpaper. That mutes the color nicely and also makes the tubes diffuse the light better.
Beyond Beginner Welding
Welding Tools and Materials
Welcome to Welding
Fixed! For whatever reason, the http:// must not have stuck when you added it. But I was able to add it for you, and your link appears to be working now. Cheers!Sam (seamster)
You are on a roll with some amazing projects. Bravo, bravo!I'm pleased to know I'm not the only person who's resorted to hacking down a log with a sawzall. Not ideal, but it certainly works! :)
I used 9-LED flashlights that that ran on 3 AAA batteries. Anything similar should work though. Let me know if you make one! :)
Great project!I really quite this. Thanks for sharing, and welcome to instructables! :)
Very nicely done on the ring, as well as on your documentation of your process! :)
Hey, very cool! Glad you found this and made your own version. Thanks for taking the time to comment - I appreciate it! :)
This is a nice, thoughtful project. Very well done :)
This is really impressive. Good work!
Simple and elegant, and a great take on Mr. Ramsey's whistle. Well done! :)
You've got a new fan right here. Beautiful, inspiring work, and mad skills all around. Bravo!! :)
Industrial Style Wall Sconces
Well, it turned out great! I made a Rey costume for my little girl last year, and this would be a perfect accessory for her outfit. Good stuff, glad you shared your process.
Very impressive work, well done!
Very nice. I love simple wooden puzzles like this. Added this to my list of puzzles to make with all my wood scraps. Thanks!!
Insanity (or Madness) Wood Board Game
Very clever, nicely done!
Make a Router Copy Carver in 5 Minutes
The syringe trick is brilliant. I've been needing to do this on my truck for months, but had no idea how to go about doing it. Thanks!!
Well done as usual! Love the way this turned out :)
Beautiful work! I'd love to have a shelf like this made with an old sprocket. Great look, I really dig it.
Very nicely done!
Love it! Great, simple puzzle. Well done as usual :)
Wood Pin Puzzle
Very well documented, thank you. Our old kitchenaid has been grinding and making more noise in recent months.. might be due up for new grease I guess! Glad I saw this, thanks for taking the time to share.
Looks like a great set-up. I've got the same table saw, and could probably benefit from a better dust shoot like you've built for yours. Nice work!
Excellent techniques! This is really well done, thank you for sharing :)
Soft Toys From Scratch
Very nice! This looks like a fun place to play - my little kids would dig a set-up like this. Great project! :)
Very nice! Glad you made one. Thank you for the photos and message, I always appreciate hearing from people who make this :)
Very nice! Your Hobbes looks so warm and fuzzy! Thanks for the photos and the comment. I always love to get these notes, so thank you! :)
Very cool! My wife's grandpa flew Corsairs in WW2, so they've got a special spot in my family's heart too. He had some amazing stories from his time in the Pacific. These planes in particular are a fascinating part of aviation history, and our own family history now too. Anyway, that's a side track, sorry! Again, fantastic instructable. I'm happy to see it getting some good attention and lots of positive feedback. That's always fun!
Make a Chisel Plane
This is quite brilliant. I like it, and need to make one! :)
This is really slick. Very nicely done!
CNC Needle Cutter
This is such a cool idea. I've built a couple of the planes from Flitetest, including the Corsair (hard to miss the pattern in your intro!) ;)Great project, I'm intrigued with the idea. Thanks for sharing this!
Hardwood CNC Scrabble Board
Very well done on the doll, as well as the great detail in your instructions. Congrats on sharing your first instructable too! :)
I like the way this turned out. Very good instructable too! Good luck in the contests! :)
Nice upgrade! I have the same flashlight, and have just never been impressed with the output. Good instructable, thanks for sharing the details :)
These are really nice!
Painting 3D Printed T-62 Model
Wonderful instructable. The sugar/salt technique is brilliant. Thanks!
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