Skil approached me and asked whether I would test their Combisaw. I agreed and did a project with it, which I encourage you to check out here. In this video, I give you my thoughts and a few opinions on the tool in question. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Want to get rid of some old boards while making the world a better place? Make a traffic awareness standee to remind drivers to watch out for playing kids. Also, I made this in collaboration with Skil Tools, using the Combisaw in exchange for the tool. Let me know what you think, enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Ever thought, this piece could do with a bit more grain? Or, why is there no tree with a lilac-green grain pattern? Fear not, for there is a way! And yes, this is another quick video, but rest assured, more involved builds are coming up, as well as other fun stuff. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Finally a new project – which actually is an old project. I made this a year ago, and only now got around to editing it. I hope you can use these ideas to make something creative for your home, and, possibly, from your scraps! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
The past weeks have been strangely slow for my, and I could not point out a single reason for that, despite me quoting the deadly man flu way too often. I want to get back into the game, and I hope to be able to tell you about it soon! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
It has taken me way longer than expected to wrap the Challenge Tree up and get the drawing going, but I have to firmly believe that it was worth the wait. Thanks again to all those who participated and inspired, and of course also to the sponsors whose prizes might not make this possible as such but sure make it a lot more fun to to.
If you happen to be a winner I will get in touch with you to sort things out, and if not, there might still be next year. And I do hope that there was fun to be had this time around, too. So enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Akin to the official rules being part of this blog rather than the video in question, here is the list of winners (and their YouTube channels). Congratulations to everyone, not just those who found themselves picked, for a successful Tree Challenge!
Last Minute Prizes!
I have been meaning to add some prizes of my own to the mix, but completely forgot about it until now!
Dominic’s Woodworks Specialty Item – not ready yet, for now you only get the thrill of anticipation!
You probably know that I do enjoy a good tealight holder as much as the next person who is into such a thing. I wanted to see how many ways there are to make the necessary, tealight-shaped indentation, and I believe this video merely scratches the surface. Still, I hope that you can draw inspiration from it. This is also my entry to Get Woodworking Week 2016 if you care for such things. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Diramas have been something that I enjoyed doing for quite a while now. I simply enjoy recreating something large on a scale where it is perfectly fine to omit details, and maybe that is all the reason for it that I need. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
The “What have I done” series is my way of showing you what I have done in the past, and I believe that you will find one or two things in every video that is prone to spawn inspiration. Even if not, I do hope they provide you some mild entertainment. Check out the playlist with all the videos thus far here.
I recently got a stick welder, and I decided to take it for a spin, while putting kind of a spin on one of Tim Sway’s ideas with this very custom, very unique gardening implement. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
It has been a while since I made my last tealight holder (at least it feels like ages), and it has also been a while since Zac Higgins from NV Woodwerks sent me some of his cool Alumilite turning blanks to mess with. So I thought it was fitting to combine these two and make a tealight holder. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!