- 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,
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
When I spotted this unfinished panel and frame in my local craft store, I had an idea for combining them into a clock. I started by drilling a small hole in the center of the panel for the clock shaft, then gave the wood a light sanding.
For me, two separate pieces means two different
When I went to move this framed photograph of my grandfather, Myron Hickok, who taught all of his grandchildren how to ride, I realized how dirty it had become. When I reached for my glass cleaner, I remembered some sage advice: never spray glass cleaner directly onto the glass picture