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WoodworkingWeb Theme: LOVE is in the air

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and time to raise the happy vibrations on the planet – LOVE is in the air! Check out these LOVEly creations… https://woodworkingweb.com/search/creations?q=love Your turn: Share your tips, strategies...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Year of the Rooster

It’s January… a new year and I always like to check out what that means in regards to the Chinese zodiac. This year, 2017, is the year of the rooster, the Fire Rooster, to be exact. What is a Fire Rooster like? “Trustworthy, with a strong sense...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Cradles

Now, I know I’m rushing things a little bit but it will soon be the new year and that means new beginnings … and one of the best “new beginnings” ever is that of a new born and that means … cradles! Phew. Ok, so that was a long winding trail...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Bird Feeders

Fall: ’tis the season for the birds to migrate and our summer birds are slowly being replaced by our winter ones. Check out these bird feeders created by our members Your turn: Share your tips, strategies and stories here in the...

Woodstock Wood Show

I was at the Woodshow again this year and thought I’d do some Facebook Live Chats. I was hoping that I could just post them here but not working. Here are the links: 1. In the door...

Creation Challenge 1 #1: Hidden Treasures

Kelly has inspired me!!! (See her blog, here) So here’s the challenge: 1. create a little treasure, whether it is something carved, turned, or glued together 2. Add a “free” card to it 3. Leave it somewhere for a “recipient” to find and...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Arts & Crafts Style

The Theme for this month is the “Arts & Crafts Style” of woodworking. The era, around the turn of 20th century, was the about-face response to the Victorian era with all its intricate details and flourishes. The “Arts & Crafts” style is...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: The Beach

A theme, perfect for the summer is: The Beach! Here are some beach related creations, here at WoodworkingWeb.com Your turn: Share your tips, strategies and stories here in the comments section! EMBED YOUR CREATIONS REMEMBER...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Chris Tasa

This interview, with Chris Tasa, is from August, 2016. 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? I grew up in a small logging community in British Columbia Canada. Wood and woodworking were...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Billp

This interview, with Billp, is from July 2016. 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? I first got interested in wood working through my father in law. He drew up the plans for my kitchen...