On the workbench this late afternoon we have some blue denim pine. Theses boards came from the pine trees we cut down at Kings United Church in Loch Katrine. We have some special angel projects in mind for these boards.
A little bit of weekend sweat equity and about $500 in materials brought a nice update to the bathroom. Some paint colour changes and an installation of Shaker room batten style trim work.
This is how we roll 🙂 All packed up, destination Halifax! We have the log reindeer, an assortment of yard art projects, like penguins, 3D angels, a 3D tree and how can we forget… Continue reading Reindeer U-Pick
This little guy is easy to make from short bits of wood that are probably in your wood pile. You need the following: Continue reading Log Reindeer
Making the most of scrap wood left overs. Here is a use for 3/4 inch thick plywood, but any thickness will do. About 3 inches in diameter. That dimension will fluctuate as you choose your parts, progress with your glue up and sanding.
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We recently completed the building plans for a 10ft tall Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse. Now its time to get busy in the workshop to make a production model.
Follow along as we work through the building plans, offering some video tips for when you decide to build your own.
Time to start on building this heat pump shelter before the snow starts to fall. Last year was terrible weather for the big fan on the heat pump. The constant snow fall and thawing temperatures meant plenty of ice build up on the heat pump fan. I’ve never done log work like this before so its all new to me. Time to start on the corner posts.
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