I recently talked with Dave about spraying finishes which snowballed into some great projects. I wanted to share them with all of you. Maybe you can find some ideas or inspiration. Below are a few of Dave’s projects from various sources. Dave writes:
This is one of your projects. This was one of my 1st videos of yours I watched.
Another of your works. I didn’t use the chamfered edge though. However I did find the would on the side of the road. First thing I though of was your Trash to Treasure… I made this cabinet completely out of recycled material. I planed the top to 1 inch thick and glued a 2×4 between two 2×6’s. The raised panel doors I made from material (pine), came from a construction site dumpster. The only cost was hinges & knobs. Going green, so I appropriately painted it green. It sits proudly in my daughters kitchen. I made this from Steve Ramsey’s collection with a few slight modifications. Meaning a couple of screw ups I needed to fix.This is a locker I made for my first grandson about 7 yrs ago. Not much to look at but he still uses it and I have made 6 more to date in various themes and colors.This is one more I made recently. All these lockers are made out of scraps. However I did purchase the paint hardware & stickers. I made this deck table out of .51 cent cut offs at the Home Depot.
I like the table and chairs. I found plans for the chairs do you have any plans for the table?
I do not. I used the same basic layout as the chairs, for the legs on the table. I hope my juberish makes sense. Also at the time I made the set I got the plans from the CoolToolShed, cooltoolshed.com There was no table. He has since made a table to go with the chairs and he has updated the design as well. Hope this helps
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