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fEzZ

Member Since: 11/2015

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    • ......That is pretty D.O.P.E.
      By 33AndA3rd, on November 20, 2015

    • Thanks!
      By fEzZ, on November 23, 2015

    • It looks FANTASTIC!.. I want one. :)
      By Manni, on November 24, 2015

    • Very cool man!
      By g.ash, on November 24, 2015

    • That is such a great idea
      By JMichaels, on November 24, 2015

    • I'm going to add this to my husbands do list... luv it
      By zebragrl, on November 24, 2015

    • Amazing!
      By Vwr32, on November 24, 2015

    • Great piece
      By shawnC, on November 25, 2015

    • Wow!...I'd like to take this moment, and thank everyone for your votes, friends, new friends, and others. :) I never would have expected to have gotten so many...thanks again!
      By fEzZ, on December 1, 2015

    • Congrats to you. Well deserved.
      By Scamanda2, on January 7, 2016

    • I just joined Ryobi Nation and scanning projects. I see now I have to follow you. You have the greatest imagination and skills. I'm speechless at this old radio project. Totally impressive!
      By Elis, on June 9, 2016
      • Thank you so much!! I try to build things that are unique in a way. They're more fun to build. :)
        By fEzZ, on July 27, 2016

    • Wow this is pretty spectacular!!! Great idea all around!
      By rchampine, on October 5, 2016

    • This is a very nice project, I think I have the very same radio!
      By Rustyplate, on March 16, 2017
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    • VERY NICE IDEA
      By gutt, on February 5, 2016

    • i got a cavity <3
      By MOgreen, on March 3, 2016
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    • These are wonderful! Awesome job.
      By kyleelanierr, on December 29, 2015

    • Thank you so much.
      By fEzZ, on December 29, 2015

    • These are really nice you did a great job!
      By mikeAdams1, on May 18, 2016

    • they are adorable!
      By NancyG, on May 18, 2016
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    • I like the hidden holes so that the knots are tucked away on this. Great job!
      By 5to9_DIY, on December 29, 2015
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    • Nice work!
      By mrpip, on May 6, 2016
      • Thanks!!
        By fEzZ, on May 6, 2016

    • This is awesome! Nice job!
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 6, 2016
      • Thank you so much. It was a great idea, I can work later at nights now, and not have to worry of waking the kids up with the sound of a power saw. :)
        By fEzZ, on May 6, 2016

    • Perfect example for this months challenge. You hit the nail on the head!
      By RobertsonS, on May 7, 2016
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on May 7, 2016

    • I want one!!
      By Scamanda2, on May 8, 2016
      • :)
        By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

    • Great looking project but, looks a little more then intermediate level.
      By Eric Werner, on May 11, 2016
      • Thanks for the compliment.....I think :/
        By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

    • I love what you did by adding the porch, it really makes it!
      By Dotti3, on May 11, 2016
      • Thank you Dotti3, I'm very pleased on the way it turned out. :)
        By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

    • I love this!! You should add some accent lights to show it off at night.
      By BadApple, on May 11, 2016
      • Haha, I'm one step ahead of you. I actually installed ceiling lights on the porch. If you look right above the right post, you will see the dusk to dawn eye sensor for the ceiling lights. :)
        By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

    • I like your little red birdie!..lol
      By JessNolen, on May 11, 2016

    • Hahahaha...I made that out of concrete. I use that to prop my screen door open, when I'm carrying things in and out. ;)
      By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

    • This is so cute with the little porch, and I noticed you also have A/C. I want one, I'm jealous.
      By Panama, on May 23, 2016
      • lol...Yeah, I also added a mini frig, and hung a small TV....haha
        By fEzZ, on May 24, 2016

    • Beautiful job! what is the interior dimensions of the work shop?
      By rafoley_82315, on June 4, 2016
      • Roughly 14x18. Not very big, but it gets the job done. :)
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2016

    • Congrats this is awesome. Well deserved win!
      By Scamanda2, on June 5, 2016
      • Thanks! :)
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2016

    • I just join Ryobi Nation and scanning the projects. One question...... to enter a project, you don't have to use the Ryobi tools? In many of these, I didn't see Ryobi tools displayed. So the projects don't have to feature any Ryobi tools? I have many of them, but was puzzled to not see any in this project. Just askin'.....don't get mad at me, I just joined and I'm just asking.
      By Elis, on June 9, 2016
      • No they don't have to be displayed. In some of my other projects, there are some in the picture. And no, I'm not mad for you asking. :)
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2016

    • did you receive an email yet about winning to select your prize? I won the easy and haven't seen anything come through yet
      By Archer00555, on June 9, 2016

    • did you receive an email yet about winning to select your prize? I won the easy and haven't seen anything come through yet
      By Archer00555, on June 9, 2016
      • I'm sorry, usually I get email notices of people commenting on my projects, so sorry for the delay response. I have recieved an email last Friday the 10th about my winnings. It takes little over a month until you start getting your tools...Oh, and Congrats to you! :)
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2016
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    • That is awesome. Great job.
      By j19bill, on July 22, 2016
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on July 22, 2016
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    • I jealous, I always wanted to make one of those for my boys but never took the time to come up with a plan. Your pictures should help. I also love your use of contrasting woods. Great job!
      By mrpip, on May 26, 2016
      • It took me about 3 times to get it right. The hardest part was getting it to whenever you pull the trigger, it releases the star one click, before the hammer stops the star from spinning anymore. If that makes any sense?...haha... basically, one side releases while the other side catches. If that isn't perfect, the tension from the rubberbands will spin the star to quickly, then releasing all the rubberbands at once. If you decide to make one in the future, make the trigger and star out of scrap, until you get it right,(it'll take a couple tries) then use it as a pattern for the good piece. The star will take the most beating, so use a strong wood....I thank you for your compliments!! :)
        By fEzZ, on May 26, 2016
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    • OMG at first glance I would have never known this was made out of wood! Wow great job. You're daughter and her 3rd grade class is lucky to have you make this!
      By rchampine, on October 5, 2016
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    • Wow! Well done my friend.
      By RobertsonS, on May 25, 2016
      • Thank you
        By fEzZ, on May 26, 2016

    • We love seeing things re-purposed. This looks great!
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 26, 2016
      • Thank you!... I had so many people fighting over this one, so I'm in the process of making another... stay tuned! :)
        By fEzZ, on May 26, 2016

    • LOVE IT! ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!! Great yard sale find
      By Manni, on May 26, 2016
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    • Creative, Thrifty, Cool
      By johnstone stone, on June 7, 2016
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on June 7, 2016
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    • OMG, what a great idea!!!!! I love this project!. I think I'll go to the local Goodwill or something and try to find an old frame like that and do a bench for my covered patio! It would be a great place to store BBQ utensils, and Charcoal, or anything else for patio enjoyment. This idea is awesome and you did such a beautiful job!
      By Elis, on June 9, 2016
      • Thank you so much for the compliments. That is exactly what the woman who bought it off of me, is using it for.(covered patio) I lucked out finding the head and footboard for free. But I know Goodwill is a great place to start in finding one. Our local one has 6 to choose from. So I may have to make another here in the future. :)
        By fEzZ, on June 9, 2016

    • What a beautiful up-cycled project! You really brought out the elegance of these two pieces- an in such a practical design! What method did you use to create that finish?
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 21, 2016
      • Thanks! I used a black chalk paint, scuffed all the edging, then cleared with a matte finish.
        By fEzZ, on June 21, 2016

    • The scuffs really make it. And you really can't go wrong with chalk paint- it looks fantastic.
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 23, 2016
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    • This is beautiful!! I would love to have something like this, to rock my daughter to sleep.
      By stace.spencer, on June 16, 2016
      • Thank you! :)
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2016

    • It's so great how you can look beyond "what is" and see the "could be"! This 2-person rocker is exquisite!
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 21, 2016
      • Thank you! :)
        By fEzZ, on June 21, 2016

    • This is a super idea. Takes a whole new twist on just a bench made out of two chairs. Not that I don't like benches...LOL, but I do Love this idea and I am so going to do one day. THANKS!!
      By rchampine, on October 5, 2016
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    • This is really nice man. I like how you included the original door knob with a cupboard. This is the first I've seen done this way. I always look forward to seeing what you make next. Great work!!
      By RobertsonS, on June 24, 2016
      • Thanks! Ever since I made this one, I have loads of people asking for one. I thought the cupboard underneath would give it a unique look.
        By fEzZ, on June 24, 2016

    • This is fantastic. It's cool to see the progression of the project through the pictures. The extra distressing on the bench's seat adds a really great element of authenticity too. Beautiful work, as always!
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 24, 2016
      • Thank you! When I sanded it, I tried to make the seat look like it had a lot of butts sit on it over the years..haha.
        By fEzZ, on June 24, 2016

    • I agree with RobertsonS.. Your benches are beautiful. Usually everyone who makes a door bench, makes the seat flip up for storage. What you did by adding the original knob and cupboard underneath, is by far the coolest one that I have seen. I want one!! Well done! :)
      By stace.spencer, on June 24, 2016
      • Thank you! I figured since it was a bench made from a door, might as well add all the elements. I also didnt make the back as high as a tree hall bench. It gave it a different stance as well.
        By fEzZ, on June 24, 2016

    • Are their plans for this ? I would love to build one for my home .
      By dturner19, on August 2, 2016
      • I don't really have any plans for it. Basically you need (2) 5 panel doors. Cut all the panels out, and then start piecing together. The pictures should help in how the pieces all come together. Everything I build, is basically a build as you go type of thing. No plans.. :)
        By fEzZ, on August 2, 2016
      • You will need a 2x12 for the seat though
        By fEzZ, on August 2, 2016

    • Thank You . I have some old doors and windows I need projects for .
      By dturner19, on August 2, 2016
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    • It's always such a treat to see another piece from you. This looks really fantastic. You built this entirely from one 5-panel door?
      By RYOBI Nation, on July 19, 2016
      • Thank you!...Yes, it only takes one 5 panel door to do so. I can't even begin to think, how many of theses I have made for people..lol
        By fEzZ, on July 20, 2016

    • So cool! And as always, the finish is spot on. Thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on July 20, 2016


    • Is there a way to get the instructions for building this?
      By JulieNygaard, on August 4, 2016
      • Julie, I don't have any instructions, but I did find a link that shows you how to cut the door out... One thing I will mention is you will have to build support for under the seat like i did, otherwise the seat may break. As long as you put support beams under it, you can have two people sit on it no problem... Here is a link, i hope this helps! :) http://lovegrowswild.com/2016/01/old-door-new-bench/
        By fEzZ, on August 4, 2016
      • Thank you for the link. Love the job you did on your!
        By JulieNygaard, on August 11, 2016

    • FEZZ... this is stunning! Thank you for the link. I love old doors and what a wonderful, useful and beautiful way to repurpose a gorgeous door! Thank you!!~ Christina in FL
      By queenopearls_117536, on August 8, 2016

    • That is really amazing. I need to go to my salvage store and find a door.
      By larsoncl101, on November 30, 2016

    • I like this a lot and I want to make one of these.
      By hojo04, on February 6, 2017

    • I can’t see the instructions????
      By Monak, on January 19, 2018
      • Monak, these projects are submitted by various RYOBI Nation members and therefore do not always have detailed instructions. However, the creator of this project gave a helpful link in the comments above. If you are looking for projects that give step-by-step directions, please check out the How-To tab above and the featured projects listed under there. Sorry for any confusion!
        By RYOBI NATION, on January 19, 2018
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    • This looks incredible! The scorched coloring adds a lot of interest. What a great storage solution too! It's so great to see your projects giving new life to old materials.
      By RYOBI Nation, on July 25, 2016
      • Thank you! I thought by having the seat in different tones, it would add some flavor to it. :)
        By fEzZ, on July 25, 2016

    • Super cool bench! Love this.
      By rchampine, on October 5, 2016
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    • I agree 100% about this country. Great work!
      By RobertsonS, on July 27, 2016
      • Thank you
        By fEzZ, on July 27, 2016

    • Looks great. What did you use to carve the stars?
      By Jeff Projects, on July 27, 2016
      • Thanks! I came to the conclusion, that a dremel tool works the best, it's a lot faster, and easier than a chisel.
        By fEzZ, on July 27, 2016

    • You do some amazing work. I can't get over how many things you are able to make. All something to be proud of. Keep up the work.
      By mrpip, on July 28, 2016
      • Thank you! I really appreciate that. :)
        By fEzZ, on July 28, 2016

    • Great project! And what a perfect tribute to the nation and to those who serve in law enforcement. This is a truly beautiful piece of work.
      By RYOBI Nation, on July 28, 2016
      • Thank you! :)
        By fEzZ, on July 28, 2016

    • Can't wait to receive mine.
      By HammerTime, on August 11, 2016
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    • This is so awesome! Your torch/paint technique really makes this piece. You carved all those stars by hand? That's impressive work! (By the way, we'd be remiss if we didn't say it- that man cave is off the hook!)
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 6, 2016
      • Yeah, I have to admit, that man cave is pretty darn impressive. Quite a collection, you almost don't notice the flag...lol
        By fEzZ, on September 6, 2016

    • Well, the flag is definitely the new focal point!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 6, 2016

    • Nice flag! I like the helmet wall as well.
      By DIY_KSR, on September 6, 2018
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    • You built this in 2 hours? That's amazing! It looks really authentic. Beautiful and spooky all at once- perfect for the purpose.
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 5, 2016
      • Yeah, I'm pretty quick at building as i go with no plans. With it being just a prop for inside a haunted house, it didn't have to be too perfect.
        By fEzZ, on October 15, 2016
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    • This looks amazing! Definitely one of your most unique designs so far. The sepia-toned finish looks great, too!
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 12, 2016
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    • I am a PROUD VETERAN, and i love this!! need a little more detail please? measurements,etc.
      By charles d thompson, on January 5, 2018
      • You can make it basically any size you want. I cut a whole bunch of strip of wood, varying in length and width. Then I painted some red and white. I then used my nail gun, and nailed them to a piece of plywood, while staggering different lengths and widths to give the effect. I left the field one height/thickness, and then cut out some stars and nailed them on. I then took a torch and torched some of the grooves and corners, and lightly over whole piece to tone down the colors. And then slap on some type of frame.
        By fEzZ, on January 15, 2018
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    • This is incredible! So, there's actually room in the base for a person to hide? This must have been the most heart-stopping element in the haunted house!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 2, 2016
      • Thanks! The bottom was built as if it were raised off of the floor, but it actually wasn't. It gave the illusion as if it were, which made the hidden compartment big enough to squeeze in. His legs are hidden under the base of the table, while the rest of his body is hidden inside of the side legs which is painted black. With the main lights off in the room, this looked as if it were a shadow from the table cloth. As for the scare, it was spot on. I wish I was able to upload a video of some of the people getting scared. :)
        By fEzZ, on November 2, 2016

    • Congratulations on your win! This is a super cool table for your haunted house!
      By rchampine, on December 6, 2016
      • Thanks! It was a fantastic scare. No one knew where he came from.
        By fEzZ, on December 6, 2016
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    • This is fantastic. You did a great job with the finish, and especially with the logo! Your attention to detail really shines in this project. With a sheet of acrylic or glass, this would make such a cool coffee table top too.
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 5, 2016
      • Thanks! I also agree about the coffee table. I've been doing so many flags for people lately. I'm looking forward to going back, and doing some more furniture here soon.
        By fEzZ, on December 5, 2016

    • Wow, that looks great. If you don't mind me asking, how did you do the letters?
      By ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, on May 28, 2017
      • I drew them onto a piece of wood, and then used my scroll saw to cut them out.
        By fEzZ, on April 22, 2018

    • GO STEELERS!!! 
      I LOVE THIS MAN! 
      Im always willing to try things, but I already know how difficult the Steelers logo is in any form, you killed it here & its very impressive coming from this huge Steelers fan.
      By ROBXL, on April 20, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on April 22, 2018
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    • Another jaw-dropper! Your craftsmanship is simply amazing.
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 5, 2016
      • Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. :)
        By fEzZ, on December 5, 2016

    • Did you do the marine burn pattern with a stencil or by hand? looks great!
      By MAC3, on December 5, 2016
      • Thanks!..I Googled an image, and carbon papered it on. Since I made this flag, I've had so many requests. Being that it takes so long to hand wood burn them, I'm actually having a pattern plasma cut out of steel this week. That way I can just lay the steel pattern down, and hit it with the torch, to save tons of time instead of hand burning it.
        By fEzZ, on December 5, 2016

    • Great job brother and if you don't mind me saying SEMPER FI.
      By Up_Cycle_Engineer, on December 6, 2016
      • Thanks man! :)
        By fEzZ, on December 6, 2016

    • Your work is beautiful. I make wooden beer totes for marines and hand paint them with the USMC or the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor image. I love the wood burning technique used on your project. Have you thought about putting a video on YouTube on how you burn in your patterns? I would love learn this technique. I want a torch now! SEMPER FI! Krista
      By usmc0313, on December 8, 2016
      • I had someone plasma cut the marine logo out of steel for me. I tried it out yesterday and it worked. All I have to do now, is lay the steel pattern down, and torch it on. This saved me tons and tons of time. I actually made 3 of these flags yesterday. When you torch the pattern on, you have to make sure the pattern lays flat on your piece. Otherwise the flame may go under the pattern, and wont be a crisp line. The first one ^ I just traced the logo on with carbon paper and used a regular wood burner, which took a lot more time to do. As for a video, I dont have much time these days to edit one. :/
        By fEzZ, on December 8, 2016

    • Hey I was looking around on Pintrest for anew display for my Marine Corps stuff and I came across your wall art. I absolutely love it!! Would you be able to tell me how much it would cost to order one?
      By CatB88, on June 17, 2017
      • Depending on size of flag, usually runs $150-$200...not including shipping.
        By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • How much would would you charge make another flag with the EGA?
      By TeamB, on November 6, 2017
      • About $175...not sure what shipping would cost.
        By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • Any chance you would sell/ship the another logo you had cut from steel? Semper Fi!
      By USMARINESGT, on December 4, 2017
      • Yes I could. It cost me $50 for the steel cut out, not sure what the cost to ship would be though?
        By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • Is there a way to order a flag??  I’m trying to figure all the messages. Lol 
      By Liindzzayy, on May 25, 2018

    • I want to order this flag! Can you email me?  Idk how ryobination works and was trying to locate you on Pinterest or text?
      Email: lwynn05@gmail.com
      Phone: 313-236-3417
      Thanks so much!!!
      By Liindzzayy, on May 25, 2018

    • Would you be able to get a steel Amvets stencil cut? Or tell me where we could go to get one ourselves?
      Thanks
      By TCruit3113, on June 4, 2018
      • The guy who use to plasma cut things for me, ended up selling his cutter.  :/  I only have connections to a laser cutter now, for leather, plastics, thin woods, foam etc.
        By fEzZ, on June 16, 2018

    • Hi, I would like to order one of these for my dad's birthday on the last day of this month.  Can you let me know how to go about getting one ordered?   
      By Jojola80, on June 7, 2018
      • I've been working a lot lately, not sure if I'd be able to get to it by the end of this month.  :/
        By fEzZ, on June 14, 2018
      • Ok, no problem.  I would like to still order one for when you do get to it- I can give to him for the next big holiday or whenever, so no rush but I definitely would like to get one ordered.  Do you have an Etsy page or website or something easier to place an order on? How much did you say it was again? Just let me know when I can order and how to go about this.  I love your work. Thanks so much! 
        By Jojola80, on June 20, 2018
      • Hi! How can order one of these from you? Do you have an Etsy page or a website or something where I can order one?
        By Jojola80, on September 12, 2018

    • Hello - would love to order one! Do you make them in different sizes? Looking for a larger one. What would that cost?
      By Tinez13o5, on November 10, 2018
      • Unfortunately I'm booked up until the new year. The next size up would be a 3'x5', those run $295 not including shipping.
        By fEzZ, on November 10, 2018

    • Hi again! Just wondering if you would have one of these available for Father's Day? On average how much is it to ship one of these say to West Virginia or Georgia? Do you have an Etsy page? I really really would like to order one of these. 
      By Jojola80, on April 9, 2019

    • I would love this for my wall in my office.  How much would this cost?
      By USMCghost, on April 29, 2020

    • Hi, are you back to selling these yet? 
      By Jojola80, on October 1, 2020
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    • Bro thats sick
      By Up_Cycle_Engineer, on January 2, 2017
      • Thanks!..I've been making so many flags lately. It was nice doing something different for a change..haha
        By fEzZ, on January 2, 2017

    • My son would luv this....what state are you in?
      By GirlyGirl, on January 2, 2017
      • Pennsylvania....I also did a Punisher Skull as well... It should be posted here soon.
        By fEzZ, on January 2, 2017

    • So cool! Awesome work on the colors/burning.
      By RYOBI Nation, on January 4, 2017
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on January 5, 2017

    • Any chance you'd be willing to make another of this
      By Andreas54, on August 2, 2017
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    • Super cool! Awesome craftsmanship as always!
      By RYOBI Nation, on January 4, 2017
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on January 5, 2017

    • Can I buy that? I know someone who would go crazy for that.
      By RParedes, on January 23, 2017
      • I make alot of these now for people. Not sure that my friend would sell his..lol..but I can always make more. :)
        By fEzZ, on January 23, 2017

    • How did you come up with the template or shape to cut the wood
      By wilkins26, on February 15, 2017

    • This is incredible! I'd like to build one for my son whose a police officer. Would you be willing to share your pattern? Did you use the band saw to cut the eyes and nostrils? If yes, where did you choose to make the entry cuts - you can't tell from the photos which is amazing! Thanks for sharing.
      By camijo85, on November 15, 2017
      • I googled "punisher skull" to find an image, blew it up, and traced it onto some ply. I then glued and nailed the field and stripes to the board, then I traced the pattern over it one more time. I cut the edges with my band saw. As for eyes and nostrils, I drilled a small hole, and then used my scroll saw for the inside cuts. Hope this helped some. :)
        By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • How much for a punisher skull??
      By Etpro11, on February 19, 2018
      • I'm currently doing a new shop, so I won't be able to make anymore until April or May. But I usually sell them $100, not including shipping.
        By fEzZ, on February 19, 2018

    • How can I contact you to get one made?
      By Sammo2007, on December 9, 2019
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    • Could you please Email me the full detail how you did the flag and how you made the bust rustic wood finish up to the final product. Thx in advance. BTW , Awesome piece of work
      By Jtmoney, on February 19, 2017
      • Thanks! I cut all the stripes etc. out to fit the plywood pattern. I then used a propane torch, and torched the stripes, and where the stars go. I then used a dremel tool to carve the stars out. Then I glued and nailed each piece into place. And when it was put together, I torched the entire piece again in certain areas. It was all done by using a propane torch. And the name ribbons were hand burned with a woodburner.
        By fEzZ, on February 19, 2017

    • That might be the coolest one yet. You have serious design skills. I have to say it's amazing how many projects you get done. I feel like a loafer.
      By mrpip, on February 20, 2017
      • Thanks!...Lately it's been nothing but flags..lol.. Hopefully I'll get a chance and do some more furniture sometime soon. I have to say though, this has to be one of my favorites. :)
        By fEzZ, on February 20, 2017

    • Great job again brother, how feasible is it for you to make a 2nd infantry division patch and mail it to me? I will pay of course
      By Up_Cycle_Engineer, on February 20, 2017
      • Thanks!... It would be do'able. The Sheriff badge was 3'x3'. Which seemed to be a nice size for a wall hanging. I'd have to look into seeing how much something that size would be to ship.
        By fEzZ, on February 20, 2017
      • I PM'd you on FB.
        By fEzZ, on February 22, 2017

    • That is awesome fEzZ. Very professional looking. You had that complete in what, 30, maybe 45 minutes??? Quick question - did you make the ribbons for the name/agency or did you buy them pre-cut?
      By mishkajb, on February 22, 2017
      • Thanks! I drew the ribbons up in photoshop (along with the type) so they would be clean, printed them out for a pattern, traced them onto the wood and cut them out.
        By fEzZ, on February 22, 2017

    • Would like to know if you make and sell these?
      By Tommyy1, on March 27, 2017
      • Yes...actually have had so many requests after this one, that I'll be busy till first week of June.
        By fEzZ, on March 27, 2017

    • Can you tell me where I can find a badge this size to trace? I am dying to try and make one for my husband. Thank you
      By Bonsack7, on December 29, 2017
      • Honestly, I had a hard time trying to find one myself...lol.. So I just drew one. Basically all you have to do is draw a triangle, and then draw another one upside down. It may take awhile to get the triangle shape right, but once you do, it's easy to make. If that doesn't work, you can always Google an image, and have Staples or a copy place, blow it up to the size you want. :)
        By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • You do some nice work dude!! Might have to borrow this idea. The chief of police lives across the road from us. Continue the great work!
      By SCwoodn, on March 7, 2018
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on March 8, 2018

    • Could you email me the demenstions of each point on your star? I think this was one of my favorite projects I’ve seen so far. 
      By Sdalcher, on October 30, 2018
      • I have no idea. I made it so long ago...lol.. Basically I messed around drawing a triangle that I could then flip upside down to make the star. It took me awhile to get it to look right. It may be easier to find one online and then have a copies place like Staples blow one up to size.
        By fEzZ, on November 3, 2018
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    • This turned out beautifully. One of your best pieces yet! Great finish work.
      By RYOBI Nation, on March 2, 2017
      • Thanks
        By fEzZ, on March 2, 2017
      • Turned out great!! I love this project.
        By Francis1448, on March 3, 2017
      • Turned out great!! I love this project.
        By Francis1448, on March 3, 2017
      • I would definitely keep it for myself. Lol. I love that kind of stuff
        By Francis1448, on March 3, 2017
      • I'm interested in buying one can you contact me J. Whitworth 417-350-3824 email whitty@leatherneckforlife.com would love to have one made or started ASAP if possible! Sincerely CPL Whitty USMC
        By USMCWHITTY, on July 15, 2017
      • Its okay if you don't want to, but would you be willing to share the plans for this project?
        By Cashcamo, on January 16, 2018


    • That looks awesome
      By Up_Cycle_Engineer, on March 3, 2017
      • Thanks!...I thought about keeping it for myself...lol
        By fEzZ, on March 3, 2017

    • Measurements?
      By BBranchWW, on April 7, 2017
      • The flag top was 2'x3', and it sat 17" high.
        By fEzZ, on April 7, 2017

    • Measurements?
      By BBranchWW, on April 7, 2017

    • Oh Man That's So Awesome, I understand if you don't want to but can you share maybe how a newbie like me could make this?
      By crozzby, on April 7, 2017

    • Oh Man That's So Awesome, I understand if you don't want to but can you share maybe how a newbie like me could make this?
      By crozzby, on April 7, 2017
      • I make the flag first. I use furring strips that you can purchase at Lowes for about $2 a board. (You can make 2 stripes out of one board). I use a small propane torch to burn the stripes, carve the stars out with a dremel tool, then go back and burn the flag one more time for a rustic look. The frame/etc. is also made from furring strips, and legs were made from 4x4s. Then use black chalk paint, once painted, then scuff all of the edges with a mouse sander, clear with a matte or satin finish. Bottom shelf was made from pine tongue and groove, which is also fairly cheap from Lowes or Home Depot, also use torch to burn that as well...Then add the flag top! That's about it in a nut shell. You may get more pointers by looking at some of my other flag projects. Hope this helped some! :)
        By fEzZ, on April 28, 2017

    • How do you create the stars?
      By jmiell, on April 7, 2017
      • I use to use a chisel, but it takes to long. I found out that a dremel is way quicker and easier to use.
        By fEzZ, on April 28, 2017

    • Yes... how did you create the stars.. looks awesome!
      By DIY Russ, on April 7, 2017

    • Yes... how did you create the stars.. looks awesome!
      By DIY Russ, on April 7, 2017
      • I use to carve them out with a chisel, but it takes too long. I found out that a dremel is way quicker and easier to use.
        By fEzZ, on April 28, 2017

    • Is there any way to get step by step plans for this project. I am a first time DIY er. Thank You
      By marc_weiner_62265, on April 7, 2017
      • I'm usually a build as you go type of guy. I hardly ever go off of any type of plans....lol...to give you a rough idea on how I went about making this..I make the flag first. I use furring strips that you can purchase at Lowes for about $2 a board. (You can make 2 stripes out of one board). I use a small propane torch to burn the stripes, carve the stars out with a dremel tool, then go back and burn the flag one more time for a rustic look. The frame/etc. is also made from furring strips, and legs were made from 4x4s, that I cut down and routered a design into.. Then used black chalk paint, once painted, then scuff all of the edges with a mouse sander, clear with a matte or satin finish. Bottom shelf was made from pine tongue and groove, which is also fairly cheap from Lowes or Home Depot, also use torch to burn that as well...Then add the flag top! That's about it in a nut shell. You may get more pointers by looking at some of my other flag projects. Hope this helped some! :)
        By fEzZ, on April 28, 2017

    • I like what you did here, very impressive!!! I'm in the middle of making a coffee table as well for a client with a slide out. You have done what I have pictured in my mind. My question to you is, since you use furring strips and you are able to use one board for two stripes, what are the width of each stripes? Thank you in advance and keep up the good work.
      By marine woodworker, on May 2, 2017
      • Sorry for late reply. I use to get email notifications when people would comment, but I'm no longer getting any??..The answer to your question is just a hair shy of 1 7/8".
        By fEzZ, on January 8, 2018

    • Never any instructions so people can't attempt these projects and improve their abilities.
      By garfield1, on May 2, 2017

    • How much for the Rustic Flag Coffee Table and Rustic Punisher Skull? Your work is amazing and I cannot duplicate it. I want these pieces.
      By Last Hero, on May 10, 2017
      • If he doesn't reply to you, contact me and I can see what I can do for you. marinewoodworker@cox.net
        By marine woodworker, on May 15, 2017
      • Tables $210....Punishers $100
        By fEzZ, on January 8, 2018

    • How much for the Rustic Flag Coffee Table and Rustic Punisher Skull? Your work is amazing and I cannot duplicate it. I want these pieces.
      By Last Hero, on May 10, 2017

    • How much for the Rustic Flag Coffee Table and Rustic Punisher Skull? Your work is amazing and I cannot duplicate it. I want these pieces.
      By Last Hero, on May 10, 2017

    • Is the part with the stars a separate piece of wood?
      By babe4a77, on May 11, 2017
      • Yes, I used a separate piece for the field/stars.. This table ended up having a piece of glass set inside of the frame to protect the flag tabletop. Customer's request.
        By fEzZ, on January 9, 2018

    • Can you make me one?
      By tpm4u, on May 18, 2017

    • I want one! How do I order one?
      By Poofmeister, on May 21, 2017

    • Looks Awesome going to do a wall hanger today will post pics
      By Scoob, on July 7, 2017

    • This is incredible! Do you have plans?
      By Aatoler, on July 7, 2017

    • I would love to make one for my wife that just enlisted in the Navy as a Corpsman. How would I order one or build one myself?
      By Malcolmusmc, on July 29, 2017

    • Great job i seen this on Pinterest you did a excellent job hope mine turns out that nice when i do it
      By Ronkan1, on July 29, 2017


    • Bom would be great.......the top would also make a good wall hanging if a little smaller......
      By frankieraney, on August 18, 2017

    • Where are the directions?
      By begooding42, on August 22, 2017

    • Where are the plans for the American Flag coffee table ?
      By Dfulghum, on September 13, 2017

    • I really want this for next year
      By Savy2121, on October 18, 2017

    • Awesome piece.. Can you post a pice of the back of the flag? Thanks
      By user_new_760753, on October 30, 2017

    • Very creative, Good job, love it!!!
      By amyrick, on November 9, 2017

    • How did you attach the top to the frame?
      By rixter880, on December 26, 2017
      • The frame has triangles, in each of the four corners. I also have an edge on the inside, on both ends of the table. You can sort of see them in the frame picture. I have holes drilled in them, so all I had to do is lay the flag ontop, and then run screws up through the holes, into the back of the flag.
        By fEzZ, on January 9, 2018

    • Sorry for not responding to your comments. I don't know why, but I'm not getting any email notifications like I use to??? I'm currently building a bigger shop so I am unable to build anymore at this time. I will be back into the swing of things come spring...You can also email me at Fxexzxz@aol.com....thanks! :)
      By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

    • What type of router bit did you use?
      By deejjenks15, on January 22, 2018

    • I was wanting to build this table!!!! I was wandering the dimensions and how much wood you used??
      By Brendan22, on February 3, 2018

    • I was wanting to build this table, but I do not know the dimensions. I was wandering if you could give me the dimensions?
      By Brendan22, on February 6, 2018

    • Did you cut the stars out all of the way and put them back in when you were done burning??
      By Brendan22, on February 6, 2018
      • I burnt the 'field' section first, and then used a dremel to carve the stars. Roughly 1/8" to 1/4" deep.
        By fEzZ, on February 6, 2018

    • Nice! Job well done
      By Jlmiller82, on February 13, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on February 18, 2018

    • Interested in buying one of these! How much are they?
      By Brittany52898, on August 5, 2018
      • With prices of materials now, they sell for $275 not including shipping.
        By fEzZ, on August 20, 2018
      • Do you know a general idea how much it would cost to ship to Iowa?
        Thanks
        By Brittany52898, on August 21, 2018

    • Is it possible to order this table ?
      By Maryilkb, on September 22, 2018

    • how did you do the legs?
      By Jrwells, on October 1, 2018
      • 4x4s....then routered a design
        By fEzZ, on October 1, 2018

    • For the frame did you use screws,  nails or mortise and tenon method? And would you happen to have the measurements for the frame? Thanks! 
      By Garciam95, on November 13, 2018
      • I just used wood glue and brads. I glued and nailed it into the edges of the flag, the whole way around and also the ends where the frame pieces meet. I have no measurements for the frame. It was sort of a build as you go type of thing.
        By fEzZ, on November 13, 2018

    • How much does this piece normally cost?
      By emilyvandesteeg, on November 30, 2018
      • They run $295 now, not including the shipping. I'm currently not making anymore until after the new year.
        By fEzZ, on December 1, 2018

    • This is beautiful!
      By Shawn1976, on December 30, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on January 3, 2019

    • Hey how much would it be for you to make one for my friends at Brookside fire department 
      By user_neumann_1536447, on July 3, 2020
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    • Awesome turn out! You really nailed the two-toned distressed finish. You chose a really great design, too- lots of farmhouse charm.
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 4, 2017
      • Thanks! I originally started to make the table without the "X". But I thought the X would add to the look and overall design. So I threw that in.
        By fEzZ, on April 4, 2017

    • Awesome!!
      By kao, on May 2, 2017
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    • This turned out great! Very impressive that you completed it so quickly! Your finish/paint combo looks great.
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 5, 2017
      • Yeah it was a very very quick flip. I wasn't looking for perfection. Just something that looked decent, and was comfortable to sit on.
        By fEzZ, on April 5, 2017
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    • Wow! That 3-D effect is stunning! This is truly a work of art. One of your best pieces yet! (Find ourselves saying that a lot lately! ha ha!)
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 11, 2017
      • Thanks!!..I just felt like sharing this method to anyone who thought on making a flag. It's cheap and fairly easy to do. The 3D wave really makes it come to life. Once I made this flag, I no longer plan to make the flat traditional wooden flags, that I've made in the past.
        By fEzZ, on April 11, 2017

    • Would you ever consider making one of these flags for someone to purchase?
      By Tkup, on January 21, 2018

    • What are the dimensions of your flag?
      By AJNelson22, on July 25, 2018
      • 24"x40"
        By fEzZ, on July 26, 2018

    • Sorry if this question's been answered already. Are you selling these by any chance? If so, how much are they? And how can I go about possibly ordering one?
      By Khamilton, on August 13, 2018 (edited)
      • These usually sell for $190... Not including shipping....you can always contact me at fxexzxz@aol.com
        By fEzZ, on August 20, 2018

    • Do you have plans for this project? 
      By kronicmib, on October 30, 2018
      • Sorry I don't. It was a build as you go, type of project. Hopefully the pictures and description can help you out.  :)
        By fEzZ, on November 3, 2018

    • I understand, can you tell me the overall measurement (length & width) and the dimensions of the star area. Thanks
      By kronicmib, on November 3, 2018
      • Well I cut the stripes down to be 1 3/4" thick. Which will make your flag 22 3/4" tall overall, and I made them 40" long. So the flag is 22 3/4" x 40". As for the field/star area, it would end up being 12 1/4" high X however long you want to make it. I always based that measurement off of preference. Whatever you think it would look best for you. Then I would make a stencil for the stars, trace them on, then carve out with a dremel tool.
        By fEzZ, on November 4, 2018

    • Hello,
      I sent you an email to fxexzxz@aol.com.
      With a few questions. About selling the flag.
      Thank you!!!
      By Shejnat8, on November 14, 2018
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    • Love this! What a great idea for making good use of an old crib. As always, a beautiful job on the finish.
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 2, 2017
      • Thank you! I like taking on some projects that are a little unique in their own way.
        By fEzZ, on May 2, 2017

    • ok signed up thinking their might be some words or additional steps displayed for each item..a little disappointed, be nice to know time used to finish project with, paint, did they use a torch on the wood, etc..
      By Photographer, on May 16, 2017
      • I did mention that I used black chaulk paint, and a matte clear in materials used. If you had questions, I wouldn't have had a problem answering them. :/
        By fEzZ, on May 16, 2017

    • Great, on the finishing materials, Thank you fEzZ, for the share, great looking project.
      By Photographer, on May 16, 2017
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    • This is amazing. Do you sell these? If so, where can I go to order one?
      By Michelle71489, on June 5, 2017
      • Thanks!..Yes...prices vary depending on size, detail, etc. You can email me at fxexzxz@aol.com
        By fEzZ, on June 5, 2017

    • Hi fEzZ, I saw the beautiful CHP badge that you made and wanted to know if you could make a seven point badge like the CHP badge with Sheriff info on it? Please let me know. 
      By Fastbreak, on July 12, 2019
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    • Great texture to this one!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 6, 2017
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on September 6, 2017

    • I love your work. I keep saying I'm going to try torching wood and haven't tried it yet. You touch with "the burn" is perfect.
      By mrpip, on September 11, 2017
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on September 12, 2017

    • Do you have a FB or Etsy page where I could possibly buy some of your art? Please message me. Love your work!
      By Gerbony2, on December 7, 2017
      • Thanks!..As of now, I haven't had much time to build any projects. I'm currently building a bigger shop. Come Spring, I'll be starting back up again. You can contact me at fxexzxz@aol.com. :)
        By fEzZ, on December 7, 2017
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    • What an awesome project Fezz. What size is that?
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 11, 2017
      • Thanks! The overall size is 26"x42".
        By fEzZ, on December 11, 2017

    • wow that is leather?! really like it
      By RoylandS, on December 11, 2017
      • Thanks! Thought I would try something a little different.
        By fEzZ, on December 11, 2017

    • I like! How did you do the star part?
      By barry.mattson2, on December 12, 2017
      • Thank you!...That was the most time consuming part of the whole build. I used an exacto knife and cut my field pattern out of dark brown leather, and then I cut 50 stars out of light tan leather, then assembled it as if it were a puzzle. Once you have all your pieces for the flag cut out, it all goes together quite quickly.
        By fEzZ, on December 15, 2017

    • I love this! I haven’t worked with leather before. I am considering it now after seeing this!
      By Trixie504, on February 11, 2018
      • You just have to watch, that while you're torching the leather to give it a more rustic look. To not heat it too much, or it will shrivel up some.
        By fEzZ, on February 12, 2018
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    • Awesome creativity!
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 13, 2017
      • Thank you! :)
        By fEzZ, on December 13, 2017

    • This is awesome! When I was deployed to Iraq in 04’ we had the Punisher Skull painted on our Humvee turrets.
      By Trixie504, on February 11, 2018
      • Thank you! and thank you for your service. :)
        By fEzZ, on February 12, 2018
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    • So cool! Did you come up with this design yourself?
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 18, 2017
      • Yes, it was like a build as you go type of thing...lol
        By fEzZ, on December 18, 2017

    • This is super cool! I need to make one like this for my husband and I. It’s perfect for all of our coins we’ve acquired throughout our military careers. Great job!
      By Trixie504, on February 11, 2018
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on February 12, 2018

    • This is nice! Amazing job!
      By Mjdiyer, on February 12, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on February 12, 2018
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    • Such a unique way to repurpose an old barrel!
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 18, 2017
      • Thanks! :)
        By fEzZ, on December 18, 2017

    • Awesome project. I really like the hidden storage.
      By grover959, on January 7, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on January 8, 2018
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    • Such a cool idea to attach it on an old sewing machine table! This piece is full of character!
      By RYOBI NATION, on January 9, 2018
      • Thanks!
        By fEzZ, on January 9, 2018

    • You do amazing work with that torch. I need to get on board.
      By mrpip, on January 12, 2018
      • Thanks! :)
        By fEzZ, on January 17, 2018

    • Congrats on being the 2017 Guru! Your work has always amazed me. Well desirved.
      By mrpip, on February 7, 2018
      • Thank you so much!
        By fEzZ, on February 7, 2018

    • Love the use of an old sewing table base! What a great conversion to a functional piece!
      By SA1STHOME, on February 11, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on February 24, 2018

    • More great work from you buddy
      By Johnstownpunk814, on February 24, 2018
      • Thanks man!
        By fEzZ, on February 24, 2018
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    • Impressive! The intricacies came out so well on the dog!
      By RYOBI NATION, on April 2, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on April 2, 2018
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    • You must share how you did this. 
      By Vvgamepro, on April 24, 2018
      • Would love to see the burn process in a video!
        By lander.isbell, on April 27, 2018

    • I suppose if I'd taken the time to look at all the pictures first i wouldn't have needed to comment before. What stain did you use and what is the length of the table? Did you put a clear coat on afterwards? It looks extremely shiny. I love it. 
      By Vvgamepro, on April 24, 2018
      • The table was 24"wide X 40" long X 18" high. No wood stain was involved. I burnt the flag by using a torch. I then added 3 coats of a matte finish to it, to keep a rustic feel/look.
        By fEzZ, on April 24, 2018

    • That's really nice. 
      By dan40356, on April 24, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on April 24, 2018

    • What was your favorite part of this build? Besides the obvious...the really awesome end result.
      By RYOBI NATION, on April 26, 2018
      • Thanks!... I always enjoy the torching/burning part of the project. 
        By fEzZ, on April 26, 2018

    •  Please tell me how to get a hold of you I would love to buy a table Or please call.. 6173087200.. thank you very much! 
      By Leoleo911, on July 19, 2018

    • Interested in getting one of these made as a Christmas present! Would you be able to do one with a thin blue line?
      By Brittany52898, on October 9, 2018
      • You can get ahold of me at fxexzxz@aol.com
        By fEzZ, on October 10, 2018

    • How do I order one of these??
      By JasonJewel, on December 26, 2018
      • Currently not making anymore until the end of January. You can get ahold of me sometime at fxexzxz@aol.com
        By fEzZ, on December 26, 2018
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    • Such an awesome piece of art! We dig it!!
      By RYOBI NATION, on July 5, 2018
      • Thank you!  :)
        By fEzZ, on July 5, 2018

    • very cool ! just in time for the fourth!
      By SCRISAFULLI, on July 5, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on July 5, 2018

    • Love this! Simple, yet awesome!
      By Gadsdan, on July 16, 2018

    • Fezz - I love this one! Thanks for sharing the steps too.
      By _Stephanie_, on October 3, 2018
      • Thanks!  ;)
        By fEzZ, on October 3, 2018

    • I love this! I want to attempt to do this, can you share the dimensions of the star and width of the stripes?  Thanks in advance 
      By Holzadz1, on December 1, 2018
      • The star was roughly 2' x 2' , and the stripes were about 1.75" wide.
        By fEzZ, on December 6, 2018

    • Do you have anymore of these that your selling? I’m very interested in purchasing one... Just let me know the price if you want to sell one.. Thank you 
       
      By Lynn-collier75, on July 7, 2019
      • I've been busy working these past couple of months, that I really haven't had much time to build anything. The stars sell for $95, not including shipping. I may start building more around Sept. if you're still interested then.
        By fEzZ, on July 7, 2019
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    • Another incredible coffee table by @fEzZ! Nicely done, and very patriotic. Love it!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 5, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on November 5, 2018

    • Did you do an epoxy top coat? Looks great!
      By Tfield060913, on November 5, 2018
      • Thank you! I ended up just using 2 cans of fast drying spray finish (satin), that I picked up at Home Depot.
        By fEzZ, on November 16, 2018

    • As a MOS I absolutely love this table. Great job 
      By Stmacomb, on November 11, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on November 16, 2018
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    • Gorgeous work as always, @fEzZ ! Thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on December 26, 2018
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    • Although a gloomy project, I love the concept of using an object and incorporating it into a project. It’s like Master Chef with tools! I would love a project like that!
      By Djleveille, on December 22, 2018
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on December 22, 2018

    • Beautiful job, @fEzZ. I'm sure the family loved what you did. The cross detail is stunning.
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
      • Thanks! :)
        By fEzZ, on December 26, 2018
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    • Great job on this one! The burned finish looks amazing.
      By RYOBI Nation, on August 7, 2019
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on August 8, 2019

    • fEzZ, this is an awesome piece of artwork. It is precisely detailed and is absolutely beautiful! Great job! Thank you so much! 
      By Fastbreak, on August 25, 2019
      • Thank you! :)
        By fEzZ, on September 4, 2019
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    • You definitely rose to the challenge! What lucky kids to have such an awesome club house. Well done!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 30, 2019
      • Thank you! It took me about 6 days solid, from start to finish, on my own.
        By fEzZ, on September 30, 2019

    • This came out amazing wow my kids loved it and now thanks to you(and me showing them lol) I have to build them one. Is their anyway you still have the plans and can send them over to my email.OmarNieves19@live.com? Thanks in advance if I have to pay for them let me know. 
      By user_unknown_1579696, on August 7, 2020
      • Sorry, I don't have any plans. It was all in my head..lol... I recently added a wood stove, and an air conditioner...lol. The whole inside is finished in unique wood paneling to give it a cabiny feel. The over all was 12'x12', with 5'x4' cutout infront of the door. The right wall was 10' high, that slanted down to a 6.5' wall on the left. I built steps off to the left of it, which then actually made the porch 7'x4', having 36" stairs going down the side. It sleeps 4 comfortably with no one being near the wood stove. The layout worked out very well. Everyone sleeps in it all the time. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.  :)
        By fEzZ, on August 7, 2020 (edited)
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    • Looks outstanding! Great work on this one!
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 15, 2019
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on October 16, 2019
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    • Absolutely Beautiful
      By kyleepete, on July 8, 2020
      • Thank you!
        By fEzZ, on August 11, 2020

    • This is really cool! I love the wave you added! Would it be cool if I made a flag like this too (personal use only)?
      By AslansKnight, on July 23, 2020

    • Beautiful work.  I'm working on a tactical gear rack for my son-in-law.  Gotta support the men in blue.
      By mrpip, on August 1, 2020
      • Thanks!....as for the men in blue, yes we do!
        By fEzZ, on August 11, 2020
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