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LouisvilleMade

Member Since: 12/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: 2 days ago
    Kids bookshelf : LouisvilleMade
    Thanks!  My daughter loves it.  Mainly the taking the stuff off of it part, but loves it none the less : )
  2. Comment Reply: 2 days ago
    Winter Wonderland Weddings : LouisvilleMade
    Thank you!
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    • Sometimes simple is the way to go! The wood burning looks very elegant. Great idea for a wedding favors and place settings. We love it! 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 7, 2018
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  4. Comment: 4 days ago
    Key holder
    This is really clever and beautiful!
    By LouisvilleMade
  5. Comment Reply: 4 days ago
    Modern barn doors with glass : LouisvilleMade
    Thank you. I appreciate it!  Each door is two parts (front and back panel). I used a 3/8in rabbeting bit to route out the inside of one of the door panels to make grooves for each piece of glass. I used a little glue when placing the glass in the cutouts. Then I placed the other door panel on top with wood glue and a few countersink screws. The glass doesn’t move at all!  I got great directions and inspiration from woodshop diaries!
  6. Comment Reply: 4 days ago
    Kids bookshelf : LouisvilleMade
    Thanks!  I appreciate the encouragement!
  7. Comment Reply: 4 days ago
    Entryway bench with X shaped side legs : LouisvilleMade
    Thank you. This was the first wood working project I took on!
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    The gift of skylines : LouisvilleMade
    Thank you!  Once I draw the dimensions for the skyline, the simpler ones are about an hour or two of cutting, an hour of wood glueing/drying and then the stain and poly. The London one took a bit more time since I had to play with making all the different shapes and break out the jig saw. It was a fun project!  It would probably be super fast with a scroll saw. A girl can dream : )
  9. Comment Reply: 4 days ago
    The gift of skylines : LouisvilleMade
    Thank you. I appreciate it. You have some really beautiful, intricate work on your page!
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    • And I thank you...
      By Siclestix, on December 6, 2018
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    • Nicely done! what kind of joinery did you use to install the glass?
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 6, 2018
      • Thank you. I appreciate it!  Each door is two parts (front and back panel). I used a 3/8in rabbeting bit to route out the inside of one of the door panels to make grooves for each piece of glass. I used a little glue when placing the glass in the cutouts. Then I placed the other door panel on top with wood glue and a few countersink screws. The glass doesn’t move at all!  I got great directions and inspiration from woodshop diaries!
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 6, 2018
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    • Awesome job! Great idea to angle the lower shelf for displaying books. 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 6, 2018
      • Thanks!  I appreciate the encouragement!
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 6, 2018

    • Nice job. I could use something like that at my house for the grand kids.
      By Siclestix, on December 6, 2018
      • Thanks!  My daughter loves it.  Mainly the taking the stuff off of it part, but loves it none the less : )
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 7, 2018
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    • Every entryway needs one of these! Great use of space, too!
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 6, 2018
      • Thank you. This was the first wood working project I took on!
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 6, 2018
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    • Great idea, nice work.
      By Siclestix, on December 6, 2018
      • Thank you. I appreciate it. You have some really beautiful, intricate work on your page!
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 6, 2018

    • Amazing! How long do these typically take you to make? We love them! 
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 6, 2018
      • Thank you!  Once I draw the dimensions for the skyline, the simpler ones are about an hour or two of cutting, an hour of wood glueing/drying and then the stain and poly. The London one took a bit more time since I had to play with making all the different shapes and break out the jig saw. It was a fun project!  It would probably be super fast with a scroll saw. A girl can dream : )
        By LouisvilleMade, on December 6, 2018
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