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Mango SalsaView Instructable »
Lottery TreeView Instructable »
My Outdoor Props
Taco Tuesday Gift Box
Easter Door Hangers
The Glue I Use.
Easter Door HangersView Instructable »
3D Printed Ancient One... Spider's Trophies
home depot a few years ago.
Ancient One... Spider's TrophiesView Instructable »
Very nice. Will be a great project for my young daughter. Thanks so much for the file.
Cone Christmas TreesView Instructable »
Thank you very much.
Goosebumps WitchView Instructable »
There now, took a day for it to show up.Thank You for your vote.
Pumpkin TopiaryView Instructable »
Yes this is for 1 size bit. The jig was for making book case shelve dados.
1 inch schedule 40
Sorry for the very late response but I haven't been checking in or posting any new projects.It is a half torso plastic hanging mannequin form. I added a picture to help you out. Stay Safe.
Secret Mantle CompartmentView Instructable »
I used a store mannequin display. here is a link to what I got. I did not buy it from them since I had a supply store near me.https://www.storesupply.com/pc-14134-607-womans-shirt-forms-black-70211.aspx?adgroupid=61727413362&product_id=14134&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3Nm3986X5QIVEr7ACh0eyAsEEAQYASABEgIazfD_BwE
Sorry, I made this with my 9 year old daughter and she wants it to be unique. I had downloaded this https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-naval-cannon-53998 first before making my own.
https://www.nps.gov/cabr/learn/nature/biomodel-library.htm is the website i found some of the items for the decoration.The cannon, block & tackle and all the little parts i rendered myself with Fusion 360. I used Meshmixer to weather or distort the STL files for an old, worn look as well as create the mast top and yardarm ends. have you taken a look at Thingiverse or MyMiniFactory? Great place to find 3d files.hope this helps.
Custom Christmas Ornament
Custom Christmas OrnamentView Instructable »
Thanks for the tip, I am looking it up now. I know you can form it with a heat gun but did not know about the iron.
Cursed PiratesView Instructable »
Walking Dead Halloween DecorationView Instructable »
Thank you. It was a great project to introduce me to sewing.
Holiday Chair TiesView Instructable »
Thanks so much, it has been a fun project so far. It means a lot coming from someone like you. Maybe one day I'll have as many post as you. I have been building and creating things my whole life but only found out about Instructbles last year. It has made me want to document every project so maybe I can inspire someone else. I have all of the pieces ready to ad the hip roof around it. Just need a free weekend free of hurricanes or other projects to complete it. I hope you check back later when I finally finish it.
Whimsical ShedView Instructable »
Unfortunately this was done a year before I knew of instructables so I don't have that many. I use to take pictures to send to my dad who built his own house and is a great influence on me. I intend on making a post in the future about how I designed and created the coffered ceiling. I am glad you like it. I am not a professional builder so most of these posts are of projects I have done to update and make my home better for my family.
This was done before I even knew about Instructables so I did not take that many pictures during the process. Yes it is a before and after type of post as an inspiration of what can be done. If you need instructions of how to scrape glue and paint walls I will be happy to make another post the next time I do it. As to the rest of the post I did state that it would be covered in a follow up post.
Bedroom MakeoverView Instructable »
Temporary TrophyView Instructable »
Self Watering WINE BOTTLE PlanterView Instructable »
Adjustable Dado Jig From Scrap Wood View Instructable »
Beautiful table. I love how you used so many different salvaged pieces. Looks like it could go in a Frank Loyd Wright house.
I believe a picture is worth a thousand words. With that being said, if there is any part that you cannot figure out, please ask. These bookcases where built for my specific needs and room dimensions so yours would definitely vary in some way or another.
Sorry this has taken so long to post but I was out with food poisoning. Here is a picture of the Jig I made. I set it up quick to take the photo but you can see the cut. All you do is rotate the piece to cut all four sides.
We have an eleven foot ceiling plus a seven inch step down in that room. There is a wall dividing two rooms with an arch pass through right at the eight foot level so the book cases are exactly eight feet high.
Thank You, I have done crown molding before but figuring out the doors and columns took some research.