Making use of the left overs from a previous wooden map project I mounted this outline of New Brunswick to 1/8″ veneer plywood and re-cut the outline. This wooden map project is for sale. Check the for sale page to see if it is still available.
Today I progressed with making a wood map of Scotland. The back board is the flag of Scotland, made up of a 1/8 inch veneer panel to glue the boards onto, and then the rough sawn balsam fir boards are cut and fit into place.
#inthesticks today picking blueberries, come upon this and thought of that. 🙂
We designed our Maritime Maple Leaf chair to be built from one sheet of 3/4 inch plywood. I decided to do this mostly to show that you can build a chair from a sheet of plywood, and be creative at the same time.
I am pleased with this wooden map of Nova Scotia that I made this August 2016. I was going to make two different maps from the two parts of the cutting, a negative and positive so to speak. Then I thought that making a 3D coastal map and frame it would be nice idea. Here is a close up of the map. Continue reading
The spirit of the Christmas tree in these balsam fir scrap wood pieces remains strong! Prior to painting it, it looked like this a few days ago when I was making the most of left over wood that was piling up on the floor.
Today at the Bluejays training camp, we have a double header in play. 🙂
Along with some other things going on in the workshop, here I am testing some very old wood stain that I’ve had in the workshop about 20 yrs. First, I want to see it if will set ok. If it doesn’t, then will maybe do the scrap wood trees I cut out earlier. Continue reading