Category Archives: Projects

A Failed Vortex Tealight – Rauhnacht Follow-up 1

I said that I would to follow-up videos for the projects in the Rauhnacht-Series, and I did! At least for the first one. I probably should not make such a big deal out of sticking to what I promised… Anyway, in this video I will show you what the Devil’s tealight holder was originally meant to be – it could have been a Vortex. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

Figurine of St. Ambrose for my Beehouse

I made this to go on my beehouse come spring, and it is based on an exhibit at a local museum. As patron saint of beekeepers, St. Ambrose will probably not improve my beekeeping game, but at least it gave my lathe a chance to run off on my. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

Oracles, Predictions & A Fluted Fail

If you are having trouble seeing the future, then the Rauhnächte are the time for you to change that. There are too many methods to actually list, but I have the most important ones for you in this video. Yes, the accompanying project was a fail, but there was no way I could have seen that coming… Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

The Wild Hunt & A Thematic Manometer

The Wild Hunt roams again, spreading fear and terror in the skies and below during the Rauhnächte. In this installment of the Rauhnacht-Series I will introduce you to Odin and his merry band of misfits. Enjoy, and also check out the rest of the Rauhnacht-Series. And remember to be Inspired!

Origin of the Rauhnächte & The Devil’s Tealight Holder

This is the first video in a series of four, dealing with the Rauhnächte, those nights “between years”, i.e. around new year that were said to be special in local folklore where I live. Learn what made them special, and how to score a lump of gold (don’t get your hopes up) in this video. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

Reuse Bandsaw Blades – Clean Dirt off Wax

It is my experience that bandsaw blades are meant to break – and like any other consumable they most definitly are. Here I use some old blades to make a device that will hopefully help me remove the dirt and crud that gathers at the bottom of beeswax in order to clean it up. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!