The Dragon’s Flight – Whirligig Wars 2014 entry

There it is, my entry for the 2014 Whirligig Wars. As glimpsed in Tooby’s Poem, it is a dragon in flight, beating it’s huge wings to escape a dark and menacing storm front in search for… Well, I could spin the marketing speech around hope and inspiration further, but I do not want to overdo it – if that is still possible.

Lets I forget, I used Matthias Wandel’s GearGenerator to make the gear template.

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Sandpaper Cleaner – Quick & Dirty

We have all been there – the sandpaper on one of our sanders looks still good, but it is clogged with sawdust to the extend that it won’t sand anymore. There are ways to get a little more use out of it before you need to change it, especially if you do this before it is all gummed up. And on top of that, this little trick uses up some of the plastic wrap that you might already have in your shop’s waste bin. Enjoy, share, and remember to be Inspired!.

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Pallet horn from reclaimed boards

Make a pallet horn from reclaimed boards, one that you can actually play. Well, at least one note, but that is perfect for a call to war – or at least supper. The sound it makes is determined by both the length and the shape, so every one made will be unique. Still, it is a fun project, not only making an instrument yourself but also making one that is not a common one.

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Kids’ Shop – Make a corn cob

If your kids have a toy shop, here is how you can make them a cool looking (and wooden) corn cob to sell to their customers. All you need it a piece of dowel, some string and wooden pearls.

On a side note, I have not been uploading in a while since I have been working on several things at once (one of them being my Patreon campaign). I hope to get at least some of them finished soon.

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