5 wood Lighthouse

I’m kind of stuck on the lighthouse theme for now. 10" wide x 24" tall varnished teak, walnut (osprey w/fish, lighthouse top, live oak, pine trees, wording), cherry (palms/sand), basswood (crane), & Indonesian vine tree veneer on draft wood for the lighthouse.

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That’s beautiful! I love these kinds of signs.

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This is gorgeous. I can imagine several similar designs decorating a seafood restaurant.

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So gorgeous! The combination of woods is so rich. Stunning piece!

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Lovely design! I really like the backboard.

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Your wood choices are beautiful. I especially like the background for your sign.

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Really beautiful. Love the wood grains!

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Beautiful. I have some old friends on Amelia Island, and they swear that is as close to paradise as they’ve been.

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Love this, great choice of wood combination, so cool that such a variety of woods look so nice together.

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Really fond of the crane and the live oak, the horizontal woodgrain through the text - the details make it! :sunglasses:

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Terrific use of different woods! The lighthouse theme is always wonderful!

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Perfect!

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Beautiful!

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Such beautiful layering of woods!

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It looks great! What brand of glue did you use to secure them?

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For this one I used Titebond II but for other ones with tiny parts (like the small sharks teeth)


I have used Scotch super 77 spray adhesive which works great as well.

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Looks fantastic!

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Wow, beautiful!

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