Hydrodipping is an awesome technique to give color to an object. But not just color, but also effects like marbeling (which is another name for the technique) and even a bit of texture (if, like me, you overdo it). This time, I used it to make a bland white 3d-printed… Continue Reading Hydrodipping a Hideous Abomination Box
Sometimes you have an idea stuck in your head. One of those was turning things from OSB, and after some moderate success with tea light holders (available in my Etsy shop, see below), I just had to make a wand. And while “wand from OSB” sounds like an interesting idea,… Continue Reading Wand from OSB, Steady Rest and Dowel Maker
Googly eyes are a great way to make things fun, cute or at least whimsical. There are several ways to make your own, and in this video, I show you how to do just that. There is something for every size and shape, so go right ahead and make your… Continue Reading Make your own Googly Eyes!
I have long since wanted to make chess pieces in one way or another. Then, when Meyer Maschinenhandel approached me and asked whether I had an idea to showcase one of their spindle sanders (the Record Power BBS2). I had just the right piece in mind – 32 pieces, to be exact. Using a square beam from the home center, all you need other than the spindle sander is a saw – anything that can cut wood to size. You can watch the video right now, or read on below for more information about the project. Enjoy, and be Inspired!