WoodworkingWeb Awards: Bookmatching

In partnership with Lee Valley Tools.

See the grain, slice the grain, re-glue the grain, creating a mirror-image (book-matched) piece of wood art that you use for a box, a door, a sculpture, or whatever your creative heart desires!

Show us your bookmatched creation for this Summer Awards.

Entry: Jul 1-24, 2016
Voting: Jul 25-31, 2016
Results: Aug 1, 2016

The Rules are Simple

  1. You may enter one creation.
  2. By entering, you verify that your entry is your own creation (Note: WoodworkingWeb.com is NOT responsible for monitoring authenticity).
  3. Entry opens on Jul 01, 2016 at 11 AM and ends on Jul 24, 2016 at 6 PM GMT.
  4. Voting opens on Jul 25, 2016 at 11 AM and ends on Jul 31, 2016 at 6 PM GMT.
  5. Each vote must list top five entries in order. You cannot vote for your own entry. (Note: When you sign in to vote, you will not see your own entry listed.)
  6. You are allowed to vote only if you have at least one creation listed on the WoodworkingWeb.com.
  7. You can vote only once.
  8. Top entrants will be those with the highest point scores following the voting system. (See point system below.)
  9. Award recipients will be required to provide their PayPal email address or mailing address in order to receive their Award gifts.
  10. Results will be announced on Aug 01, 2016 at 6 PM GMT.

Point System

  1. Points will be assigned to each vote cast with the following values:
    • 1st place: 5 points
    • 2nd place: 4 points
    • 3rd place: 3 points
    • 4th place: 2 points
    • 5th place: 1 point
  2. The Winner will be the member with the entry with the highest points.
  3. In case of a tie, the top honors will be given to the member with the most 1st place votes and if there is still a tie, the highest number of 2nd place will be the determining factor, and so on.

WoodworkingWeb.com reserves the right to amend the rules at any time in case unanticipated circumstances arise.
WoodworkingWeb.com is not responsible for authenticity of entries and/or voting outcome.