crafts

A jewelry holder for my wife | DIY

So, my wife has been asking for some sort of jewelry holder for quite some time, I finally got around to making one for her. The dowels hold her bracelets and necklaces, and the screen is for her earings.

Anyway, thanks for watching and let me know if you have any questions!

Oh, for those wondering the #MaimYourFavoriteMaker thing is something a few of us discussed as a good way to possibly introduce our viewers to some of our favorite makers. I'm a big fan of WM Walker co. and Jimmy Diresta. If you are not familiar with them do yourself a favor and check them out!
Wm Walker Co.
Jimmy Diresta

Tools used:

Dewalt DW716 Miter saw
Hitachi Brad Nailer
Titebond ii Wood glue
Fastcap Gluebot
General tools digital bevel guage
Swanson Speed Square
Fastcap Accuscribe
Dewalt XR 20v Drill
Delta Unisaw
Rockwell 14" bandsaw
Makita random orbital sander
Varathane provincial wood stain
DeWalt Stapler/brad Nailer
Porter cable forstner drill bit set

Track list:
1. Winston - Rue_Delambre
2. Winston - Tombeau du trponme_ple

Magnetic Bottle Opener | How-to

In this video I show you how I made a magnetic bottle opener. I used a combination of walnut, cherry, and maple for mine, but obviously you can use whatever you have on hand.

I used a very powerful Neodymium magnet which is capable of holding somewhere in the vicinity of 35-40 bottle caps.

Tools & products used:

DEWALT DW716 Miter Saw
Delta Unisaw
Dewalt trigger clamp
DEWALT DW734 Planer
Makita random orbital sander
DEWALT DWE6000 Trim router
Loctite Heavy Duty Epoxy
Porter Cable Drill press
Fastcap Accuscribe
Boiled Linseed Oil
Mountable bottle opener
Dewalt 20V XR Brushless Drill
Self-stick mini felt pads
 

Simple DIY Pallet Coasters

I've seen a few of these around the internet, I figured it would make a nice short little video on the process.
Anyone should be able to make these for under $15. Although I use a scroll saw and table saw in the video, you can buy all the materials (including the square dowels I cut) at your local hobby store. Also, you should be able to cut the popsicle sticks with scissors.
Thanks for watching!

Tools & products used:
Vintage Delta scroll saw
Popsicle Sticks
Vintage Delta Unisaw Table saw
Instant Bond CA Adhesive
Varathane provincial wood stain
Minwax Dark Walnut wood stain
Minwax Red Oak wood stain
Bernzomatic Propane Torch
Sharpie (12 pk)