Two guitars - one for a nephew and one for husband’s “bow” on his birthday gift. Thank you @arh2 !
Monitor riser, made with Thick Basswood, without editing file. Ouch, very tight fit! That’s what happens when you try to hurry. There was some splitting underneath … but, I still love it! Thank you @raymondking32 !
Charging station. Lower box made out of Thick Draftboard, and then topped with a mesh 5-slot sorter, to handle charging laptop, tablets, and keyboard.
Wagon for two converted for Halloween by my Daughter-in-law and myself. Used the Glowforge for the sign, flowers, and license plate.
Made a Oven push-pull stick for my daughter. She didn’t know what it was, but, loved it because her name was on it! Also, a cake with a topper.
You have been busy! Love the German chocolate cake topper (and the cake), but the Scooby Mystery Machine is the absolute bomb! Daphne, Velma …so many memories. I can’t believe this lives on. Thanks for sharing.
Ok, now I have to share this:
All great projects, but the" Scooby Mobile"! What a fantastic “costume”! Got any pics with the little ones in it?
Got it up before I even finished typing!
None with them in it … as we had severe temperatures that night. The little one made it for about 15 minutes and they took her home.
Well, they’re adorable!
(Oh jeez…those are bell bottoms.)
Thank you. They are full of spirit, fun, and amazing times.
You have been busy indeed! Great presents!! And the cutest grandkids.
Great batch of projects! I really like that lip detail on the charging station–really sets it off.
The Halloween stuff is just adorable, and your family is too cute!
On the charging station, I was reminded how nice it is to make the exact size of box you want! Fit like a glove, and doesn’t wiggle when you are removing a tablet.
Really Awesome! I was just talking about Scooby the other day. We have a great dane that acts just like him! LOL
Very Nice! As usual a wonderful variation of fun and useful. Halloween must have been a hoot
Great stuff! Adorable kids!