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mrpip

Member Since: 06/2012

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  1. Comment: 3 days ago
    My First Ornament
    I love them!!!  The pictures of your son holding the hammer are priceless.  
    By mrpip
  2. Comment: 3 days ago
    SW Sand Speeder from Santa
    The detail is amazing but I really like your wood choices.  Well done.
    By mrpip
  3. Comment: 21 days ago
    Fancy V farmhouse table
    Congratulations.  Hope you enjoy that table for years to come!
    By mrpip
  4. Comment: about 1 month ago
    Wooden us flag
    I like the way you handled the stars.  Fez dremels his in.  Impressive, but not sure I want to work that hard.  Nice work.
    By mrpip
  5. Comment: about 1 month ago
    1925 T Bucket
    Do you work off of a plan or design them yourself?  These are so cool.  
    By mrpip
  6. Comment: about 2 months ago
    Walnut Big Dipper Dining Table
    That is HOT!! Great work and I really like the custom brand!

    By mrpip
  7. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Personalized Coasters : mrpip
    Nothing wrong with making a project easier when you can.  I agree the twine wrapping makes a nice presentation touch.
  8. Comment: 3 months ago
    Live Edge Table
    I love your choice of wood on this project.  It turned out beautiful. 
    By mrpip
  9. Comment: 3 months ago
    Personalized Coasters
    Very cool gift.  It looks like 1/4" pine, is that what you used?
    By mrpip
  10. Comment: 3 months ago
    Country Kitchen Table
    Nice job.  The colors go great in your kitchen too.
    By mrpip
  11. Comment: 3 months ago
    Farmhouse Foyer Sign
    That would make a great gift.  Nice work.
    By mrpip
  12. Comment: 3 months ago
    Entryway Table
    Nice job cleaning up that wrought iron.  The first picture does a good job of showing what you did to it.  The epoxy looks amazing to.  I always say, happy wife, happy life.  I bet she's happy with this.
    By mrpip
  13. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Kentucky Stick Chairs : mrpip
    I looked it up on google.  It looks very cool.  Now I feel obligated to make one.
  14. Comment: 3 months ago
    Kentucky Stick Chairs
    I'm not familiar with a Kentucky Stick Chair. Do you have any finished pictures?
    By mrpip
  15. Comment: 3 months ago
    Barn Door Media Console
    I love the Cypress top.  I can't tell if you used epoxy on the knot.  That is a beautiful piece of wood.  Typically not seen much in my parts.
    I really love the fact you designed it around your vinyl collection.  You're saying my old collection has a chance of coming out of my closet?
    By mrpip
  16. Comment: 3 months ago
    Living Room Renovation
    What a difference.  I love engineered wood flooring.  You did a beautiful job.
    By mrpip
  17. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Vessel Sink Cabinet : mrpip
    The stained pine looks great.  You would have fooled me.
  18. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Wooden wedding lanterns : mrpip
    It was thanks.  Congrats on the win.  Hope you enjoy the new tools.  
  19. Comment: 3 months ago
    Steel String Acoustic Guitar
    Nice attention to detail.  I really like the contrasting woods you used.  One of my first projects years ago I used purple heart as an accent.  Your's looks great!
    By mrpip
  20. Comment: 3 months ago
    Vessel Sink Cabinet
    Nice job.  What kind of wood is it?  I really like the functional use of the top drawer.  It sure beats nothing.
    By mrpip
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    • This looks so great! What a special wedding gift!!
      By RYOBI NATION, on September 6, 2018
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  22. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Wooden wedding lanterns : mrpip
    Thanks, that was my favorite part too. 
  23. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Wooden wedding lanterns : mrpip
    The overall size is  7" x 7" x 15" plus the hook.  They weight about 6 lbs each empty.  I'm glad they decided against the shepherd's hook idea of hanging them.  I'm not sure they would have held up in the sand.  Honestly the hardest part was the glue up.  Lining up the up end grain glue up was not easy.  I didn't trust them to last without the dowel pegs to hold them.  No nails, no screw.  Just pegs and glue.
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    • These look great! How large are they?
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 21, 2018
      • The overall size is  7" x 7" x 15" plus the hook.  They weight about 6 lbs each empty.  I'm glad they decided against the shepherd's hook idea of hanging them.  I'm not sure they would have held up in the sand.  Honestly the hardest part was the glue up.  Lining up the up end grain glue up was not easy.  I didn't trust them to last without the dowel pegs to hold them.  No nails, no screw.  Just pegs and glue.
        By mrpip, on August 21, 2018

    • Nice job! I like how you left the wood pegs visible.
      By fEzZ, on August 31, 2018
      • Thanks, that was my favorite part too. 
        By mrpip, on September 4, 2018

    • I really like the wenge and maple.   I bet these look great wherever your daughter puts them. Looks like a fun project.
      By cvfraser, on September 4, 2018
      • It was thanks.  Congrats on the win.  Hope you enjoy the new tools.  
        By mrpip, on September 4, 2018
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  25. Comment: 4 months ago
    Bench and coffee table
    I see why they are using them inside.  Great job!
    By mrpip
  26. Comment: 4 months ago
    Fliptop Gaming Dining Table
    Great job.  I love the use of painters tape to give you the look of inlay.  Your functionality of these tables was well thought out.  Hope you enjoy them.
    By mrpip
  27. Comment: 4 months ago
    Butternut Dining Table
    Love the beautiful wood.  Your use of butterflies sets it off.  Great work!  You just had Butternut slabs laying around in your shop?  Seriously that's awesome.  I'm throughly jealous.
    By mrpip
  28. Comment: 4 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip
    You do some amazing work.  That concrete work on the sink really looks professional.  Tell me I'm not the only one that would take weeks to do a project like this.  Ok, I would probably be months.  Great job!
    By mrpip
  29. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Tall Adirondack Chairs : mrpip
    So does my 6 ft Daughter and 6' - 5" future son-in-law lol.  Thanks.  I am working on a second coat of tongue oil.  I need to take a new picture.  The wood looks amazing with the oil finish.
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    • These are so neat! We really like the taller size of these!
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 8, 2018
      • So does my 6 ft Daughter and 6' - 5" future son-in-law lol.  Thanks.  I am working on a second coat of tongue oil.  I need to take a new picture.  The wood looks amazing with the oil finish.
        By mrpip, on August 8, 2018
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