We needed some coasters and I had a nice branch from a maple tree so I decided to use it to make a set of rustic drink coasters. Here’s how I did it.
My wife wanted a little shelf by the front door so she could put keep track of her wallet and keys. I came up with a simple and sleek floating shelf design that allows for quick access to keys and other important items. Here’s how I made it.
I used magnets like these from Amazon.
The keyhole bit I used was a Dremel 655 Keyhole Router bit like this one from Amazon.Share This:
I recently got a Sonar Phone T-Pod (Amazon link) portable fish finder. Here is my unboxing and quick overview of the unit. Hopefully I will do a full review in the future.
I have a nephew who just turned 1 year old and his parents asked me to build him a busy board / activity center thing for him to play with. In this video, I show the busy board I built and discuss some of its features. Read on…Share This:
In this video, I review and compare the Olympus VF-2 and VF-3 electronic viewfinders for Olympus PEN micro 4/3 cameras. This review focuses on my own personal experiences based on real-life use of each. Read on…Share This:
It’s not too difficult to screen print at home. In this video, I walk through the supplies and steps needed to screen print t-shirts and point out some helpful tips. This does require some special tools and supplies and does take some time but it allows you to print your own custom t-shirts, textiles, a papers. Read on…Share This:
I recently bought an old plastic canoe that had a couple of cracks in it. In this video, I show how I filled those cracks using pieces of plastic from a milk jug and a cheap plastic welder. This fix isn’t too difficult but does require a plastic welder and some patience. The filled cracks are a bit ugly but hold water well. Read on…Share This: