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This is really neat. I haven't ever done anything with veneers, but this has really piqued my interest. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge here. Great work, keep it up!! :)
Fun With Wood Veneer! - 4 Way Book Match
Hey, this is a clever little device. Thanks for sharing how you made it!
Good info. Thank you for sharing your instructional video :)
Cool ideas! I love homemade skeeball games. I've built a couple actually, and am workin on another. Nice to see what you've done with yours.
Cool, thanks for sharing! :)
This looks like it will last for decades! Nicely done :)
Hey, this looks really nice. Great looking piece, thanks for sharing! :)
Nice, thank you for sharing this. Welcome to the site! :)
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This turned out looking great. Very nicely done! :)
You could certainly add some blue dye if you felt inclined. that might make a nice effect! :)
Very good techniques! I like your approach to making these. Good stuff! :)
Great techniques! Well done on these tiny pieces of furniture :)
Very good instructable. Thanks for sharing! :)
Cake Decorating Class
Looks delicious! We've tried a few hummus recipes at my house; we'll have to give yours a shot. Thank you for sharing :)
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Best Hummus Recipe!
Leather Domino Case
Very nice, your table turned out great! :)
This is a great looking set up. I built something similar a few years ago, and it's been wonderful. Good instructable! :)
Very good info. Thanks!
Thanks! This poplar was stronger than I'd imagined.. First smack didn't do it, but the second much harder one did.I propped up a big dog pillow to catch the piece that got broken off. I probably should have noted that in the step..!
Woohoo, nice!Looks really good, thank you for sharing the photo. Glad you made one! :)
DIY Notebook Stand/Cooler
Brilliantly simple idea. Very nice!
These are really cute! :)
Very nicely done. I've really enjoyed all of your projects you've shared.Great stuff, glad you're here!! :)
This is a pretty cool idea. Thanks for sharing your file for the jig!
This is a really good idea for displaying photos. Nicely done! :)
Whoa, man! This is just incredible.Thank you for sharing all the details . . loads of great techniques throughout. Well done! :)
The bottle I used is a carafe I got at a local thrift store for 50 cents.
Very nice!This is one of the all-time best wood puzzles out there, and I like your method a lot. Nice jig, well done! :)
This looks SO good. Dang, I'm hungry now! :)
Nicely done, and great techniques!
Thin Rip Jig
This is quite brilliant. I've needed something like this several times. I will be making something like this now . . Thank you!
Nice! I'm glad you made one, it looks good.I would recommend not telling people how you did it. The appeal to any good illusion only lasts as long as the mystery, unfortunately. (That's the problem with sharing stuff like this online - people are generally dismissive and unimpressed since they never had to handle the object in person and experience the mental challenge of NOT being told up front how it was done . . !) Thanks for the photo and comment. I appreciate it a lot! :)
Very cool. Nice work :)
Great trick, thanks for sharing! :)
Well done, these are some find looking speakers! :)
Cute idea! :)
How to spread kindness
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This is really nice work. I especially like the flower on the spoon handle! Well done, thanks for sharing the details :)
Very cool! ;)
Very impressive work. Thanks for sharing the details! :)
Perhaps I could have used the phrase "physical object that baffles the observer" rather than "brainteaser." But I think people generally know what I meant.Here's a good puzzle that might be more your speed. Cheers! : )
Very nice. I've seen and used the dowel technique, but I like this approach much better. Good stuff! :)
Ha, sorry! Yes, you lay out a bunch of dowels to hold the top layer away from the bottom, and remove them one at a time. I think it might be a trick I saw from someone making laminate countertops.
I only made this one.
That's an interesting idea.My nail slides back and forth, which is a big part of the illusion. Everything but the middle inch or so of the nail can be examined.If you were to do this with a nail cut in half and then re-affixed somehow, each nail half could not be any longer than the diameter of the holes . . . So you'd either have to prevent the re-affixed nail from sliding back and forth, or live with the fact that the joint could be seen. Either way, it seems like the illusion would be lost. Good comment, that made me think! :)
Thank you for your nice comment and for the insight on the wood, I appreciate it!
There are a couple of spots where I can see a very fine line, but I know what I'm looking for. Otherwise it's almost completely invisible . . it actually turned out much better than I anticipated! :)
You're welcome! I'm glad you found the pattern and made a Hobbes! :)It looks like he turned out great, too. Thanks for sharing the photos and for your nice comment. Still always makes my day to see other homemade Hobbeses!!
Impossible Nail in Wooden B...View Instructable »
This turned out looking great. Nicely done! :)
The Cabinetmaker Toolchest
Gorgeous work. I need to make a wooden toolbox like this . . someday! :)
Fantastic results! Well done :)
Wooden Ford 1903 Logo
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Excellent work! This is an inspiring build, thank you for sharing the details thus far! :)
This is pretty clever! I like the idea quite a bit. Thanks for sharing :)
Nicely done. I like the fact that you left the original guts in there, even if they're not actually being used. Very cool! :)
Very informative, thank you for sharing!
Making Cheese at Home
This is great! :)
Make Your Own Challenge Coin
This is a fantastic instructable - great project and a great tutorial. Well done! :)
When I put the jar and lid under water, I just shook them out to free any bubbles. I think if I had just rubbed the tee and golf ball with my fingers to free all the tiny bubbles, that would have done the trick.
Golf Ball PuzzleView Instructable »
This is a fantastic idea!!My kids have been getting into chess (thanks to their grandpa who's an avid player), and would love a set like this. I quite love the idea, and the execution is excellent. Well done sir! :)
Hey, very cool. That nosecone looks fantastic. I finally got myself a lathe a while back, after wanting one for many years. I'll have to follow your lead and turn a nosecone for my next rocket! :)
Thank you. It's incredibly satisfying, that's for sure! :)
This looks exactly like the recipe my mom made when i was a kid. Brings back memories! :)
This is a good looking machine. Thanks for sharing some of the details that went into it! :)
Concrete and Cedar Plank Table
Homemade Bar Clamps
Very cool, I love the finished look! :)
Very cool! Glad you found the pattern and were able to make a Hobbes for your son. Thanks for the comment and photos! :)
Teardrop Trailer Aluminum
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