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Just seeing who purchased some gifts that no one wants or who built something to last for years

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ray vile said:


Ok Jens here we go
Jens Jensen said:

Come on Ray have a heart    hahaha

ray vile said:

Hi jens, I already posted the mantle clock I made for the inlaws, and I've been quite busy with other gifts that i can't post at this time because I have family that checks my page every oncein awhile to see what I'm up to..

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Proof positive that it is always 5:00 somewhere. . .at least at his house!

ray vile said:



ray vile said:


Ok Jens here we go
Jens Jensen said:

Come on Ray have a heart    hahaha

ray vile said:

Hi jens, I already posted the mantle clock I made for the inlaws, and I've been quite busy with other gifts that i can't post at this time because I have family that checks my page every oncein awhile to see what I'm up to..

I built a couple lamps a while back.Ill look for pictures

justin waldron said:

And as soon as I though I was done my wife asked me to make 2 lamps for my Mother in Law, so here I go again!!!

Well the wife get's her dresser this year and only god know's what she what's next ?

that is fantastic. great job

David Dean said:

Well the wife get's her dresser this year and only god know's what she what's next ?

The completed cutting board.

Only made two things this year, a mission sytle coffee table for my sister and a mission style dressing bench for my work wife/cat sitter. :-) Sadly, the only Kreg joinery was in the supports for the seat on the dressing bench, the rest is all through mortise and tenon.

At least you did not support a sweet shop particle board hunk

 

Thanks for reply
Bob Fowler said:

Only made two things this year, a mission sytle coffee table for my sister and a mission style dressing bench for my work wife/cat sitter. :-) Sadly, the only Kreg joinery was in the supports for the seat on the dressing bench, the rest is all through mortise and tenon.

 

I built this for my son, Chris' Birthday (12/19) & Christmas.  I think that he really likes it!

 

Ted Broussard

Oh my gosh I just had a friend whom passed away in Dec  and he has built mant boats and hu=is dream was to build a sea going Kiak(spelling
Beautiful
Ted W. Broussard said:

 

I built this for my son, Chris' Birthday (12/19) & Christmas.  I think that he really likes it!

 

Ted Broussard

justin those look great  did you have plans ,or just went with it

justin waldron said:

These Chests are finished and ready for delivery to a friend of mine for Christmas gifts.  I have 1 last oak chest to finish for my Daughter and then I am all done!!

I knew the overall dimensions from the ones that I made in the past, but other than that I went with it.  I kind of figure that if I mess something up too bad the fire it'll make will at least keep me warm!!  Thanks for the comment!!

michael towle said:
justin those look great  did you have plans ,or just went with it

justin waldron said:

These Chests are finished and ready for delivery to a friend of mine for Christmas gifts.  I have 1 last oak chest to finish for my Daughter and then I am all done!!

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