- Minwax Indoor/Outdoor Helmsman Spar Urethane
- Wood Glue
- Hand Sander
- Cotton Swabs
Found: Stained Glass Window from Architectural Salvage
Twenty years ago (at least) I built an oak frame for this stained glass window I had found at an architectural salvage warehouse,
I like nothing more than being able to make something that looks both complicated and expensive out of inexpensive materials — such as 1″ x 2″ strips of common pine. I started my wall art project by making a simple frame to fill a section of wall in our family room.
I then began
The holidays are a time for pictures, and for those special handmade gifts that people cherish for years. So, why not combine the two?
Large commercial frames, however, are expensive, and cutting the notch in the back of each board requires a table saw or router. But I have found
I have friends who just moved into a new house in Cleveland, so I thought a special house-warming gift would be in order. For me, that means a stop by my local craft store, where I picked up a few items.
I started by staining a piece of birch plywood with Minwax® Water Based Wood