By Chris Lubkemann
Whittling is a enjoyable earlier time for these simply beginning to carve, and those that were carving for years. This publication is full of nice little initiatives and video games which are relaxing to make and stress-free to exploit. The whittler extraordinaire, Chris Lubkemann is again, with 31 enjoyable and lucrative new whittle tasks in his most recent guidebook, giant booklet of Whittle enjoyable.
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Glue a good magnet on the back. Then, woodburn a design (or words) and color it in with permanent markers. If you make your slices from dry, seasoned branches, you won’t end up with checking, splitting, or bark that peels off or loosens from the wood. Some good woods for this project include holly, birch, maple, cherry, and basswood, but many others will work, too. MATERIALS LIST • Dry seasoned wood • Handsaw or Japanese pull saw • Sandpaper • Wood glue • Magnets • Colored permanent markers • Woodburner Magnet Compass Make your own compass.
Push the needle through a piece of cork or foam that is about ¼" (6mm) thick. Place the cork in a cup or bowl of water (make sure it is sitting on a flat surface). You now have a compass that will point to the magnetic pole closest to you. Little Fact: You can find magnets in telephones, stereos, vacuums, and televisions. Fences for Everything Fences are great outside for keeping pesky animals away from your garden or for preventing your dog from visiting your neighbor’s tree. Since they’re so useful outside, why not make an indoor fence that’s just as useful?
This is one of the quickest and easiest projects, but at the same time one that’s fun to make and very practical. You’re almost guaranteed to get a great reaction from the guests or company you’re having over, especially if everyone at the event has his or her own personalized stick, complete with a custom-burned name on the handle end. MATERIALS LIST • Knife • Variety of hardwood sticks • Large branches to make the stick holders • Drill and bits • Handsaw or pull saw • Pruning shears Little Fact: Hors d’oeuvres is French.