It is that time of year again – the third installment of the Challenge Tree is here! Check out the video for everything you need to know or keep reading this post for a brief (and boring) summary.
Finally, here are the results for the Challenge Tree 2017! It was a fun ride, even though the event was smaller than in previous years. But I for one have learned a lot from it and I hope you did, too. Hope to see you again next year, and obviously on my next video which will not take quite as long. Please share this, and remember to be Inspired!
A witch infesting your garden is as good a reason as any to bust out some old table legs and make a couple of wands that each come with their own special finish according to the elements they are dedicated to. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
I have been meaning to make a play button akin to those that YouTube is sending out to those really successful according to the numbers. And after I got my hands on a piece of jet I realized that with its “cultural heritage” this petrified wood is the best material for this project. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
I cannot stress how important this video is! Not at all! Spread the word so that everyone knows about this subtle erosion or morale and metric in our society! And remember not to be spinning!
I have had my share of fails so I do not expect a project to work as expected (although my expectations resulting from that are a bit of a conundrum at this point), but even something that does not actually fail can turn out to be very frustrating. I hope you can draw something from this garden tool storage solution, at the very least that it pays to throw yourself at something till you stick. Which is probably not the best analogy out there either. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Not every teylight holder is a success. I had high hopes for this Te-Fiti inspired tealight holder, and these hopes went up like smoke, literally. I hope you can take some of the ideas and techniques I used and make something that does not fail! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
This sprung from a subtle remark from my wife with the added incentive of missing Valentine’s Day, even though we do not celebrate the later. If you enjoy my videos I would ask you to share them, as this would help me out a lot!
Thank you, and as always, remember to be Inspired!
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!
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!