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Quick Tips Save Money With Packing Tape

Welcome to the first 2 Min Tip. In this series Ill be giving you a helpful tips on everything from saving money to project ideas and time saving ideas. So in the spirit of this series I will try to keep this quick. On this 2 Minute Tips I am …

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Making An Epoxy Travel Mug (The New Way)

Since making the first travel mug using the Rocker Travel Mug Kit. I have gotten a lot of questions about them and how I make them. I made the first kit using the instructions that are supplied with the kit and this involved drilling out the blank used for the …

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How To Make A Vcarve Inlay

V carve inlays are something that the people who do not know who they are seem them and wonder how people got the inlay to look so clean. How the builder got the inlay to look so clean and how they got it seem as the inlay even though it …

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Making An Epoxy Coffee Mug

Sometimes you just need to make a quick project to clear your head. In this case I thought I would make a very quick project while some other projects were curing or glue was setting. For this I wanted to try out the Rockler Travel Mug kit. This kit has …

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Making A Custom Chess Board Box

Sometimes you must make a project that you feel presses your skills as a maker. This can be trying a new technique or to try a new piece of equipment or even a process or project that might feel like it is outside of your skill set. To improve your …

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Making A Pen Out Of Coffee Beans

Coffee most think of a refreshing drink with a little kick or of a morning necessity. Some people can’t even operate properly without it. Some like there coffee hot, some like it cold. No matter how you drink your coffee most people have never thought of being able to write …

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Making A LED Memorial Flag Case

It is that time of year that we think of all of the things this country has been through. July 4th is the day we here in the U.S. celebrate our independence. This among with all of the freedoms we here take advantage of on a daily basis is forged …

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Not Your Grandpa’s Pegboard!!

Pegboards yes pegboards almost all of us have seen them in our grandfathers shop or in an older workshop. They are usually a thin piece of board with a bunch of holes drilled into them. They allow for storage and quick access to tools, supplies or really anything. These older …

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