Henry Westhuizen

Henry Westhuizen

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Very inviting re-pinned by: http://sunnydaypublishing.com/books/

Free Plans...DIY Miter Saw Bench! Plans for the workbench and the miter saw station! www.shanty-2-chic.com

Free Plans...DIY Miter Saw Bench! Plans for the workbench and the miter saw station! www.shanty-2-chic.com

More Woodworking Projects on http://www.woodworkerz.com

More Woodworking Projects on http://www.woodworkerz.com

How to Make a Cutting Board | Great woodworking project!

How to Make a Cutting Board | Great woodworking project!

If you have a wavy wall that you want to perfectly fit a board to, use a washer to roll a pencil along the wall (and the board) to get a precise cut (or sanding) line. [From Popular Woodworking]

If you have a wavy wall that you want to perfectly fit a board to, use a washer to roll a pencil along the wall (and the board) to get a precise cut (or sanding) line. [From Popular Woodworking]

DIY Pegboard Tool Storage Wall Unit | Free Plans | RogueEngineer

DIY Pegboard Tool Storage Wall Unit | Free Plans | RogueEngineer

Picnic Table Woodcraft Project Woodworking Pattern: Home Improvement

Picnic Table Woodcraft Project Woodworking Pattern: Home Improvement

patio covers on a budget - Bing Images

patio covers on a budget - Bing Images

DIY Patio / Deck Cooler Stand - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

DIY Patio / Deck Cooler Stand - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

As high-tech and alien as this glow-in-the-dark table might seem, it can actually be made right at home! All you need is a few planks of Pecky cypress wood, photoluminescent powder, resin, some tools, and a little elbow grease. Mike Warren an Instructables enthusiast and the blogger behind the Man Crafts column at dollarstorecrafts.com, came up with a set of instructions for creating this table. By mixing the photoluminescent powder with the resin and using it to fill the holes.

As high-tech and alien as this glow-in-the-dark table might seem, it can actually be made right at home! All you need is a few planks of Pecky cypress wood, photoluminescent powder, resin, some tools, and a little elbow grease. Mike Warren an Instructables enthusiast and the blogger behind the Man Crafts column at dollarstorecrafts.com, came up with a set of instructions for creating this table. By mixing the photoluminescent powder with the resin and using it to fill the holes.