Mini Bookcase

Steps: 1- I have cut 4 pieces. Dimensions: Base piece: 200 milimeters width, 100 milimeters depth and 18 milimeters thickness Side pieces: 150 milimeters width, 100 milimeters depth and 18 milimeters thickness Back piece: Exactly to cover the back side of the bookcase. In my case, its width is about Devamı…

[Project] Wooden Pot

I’ve used wooden lath for this project. Cut into pieces and then had some glue on each piece & joined them. For the ones who want to try this, I can say that you should use something for the water sealing inside the pot. Because by the time, water spoils Devamı…

[Project] Backyard Cabinet

​I had a backyard full of knick knacks and it was a total mess. I’ve decided to tidy it up and made this temporary cabinet. As a material, I’ve used wooden lath and insulation blocks. Wooden lath is for the frames, insulation blocks are for the surfaces. Not the best Devamı…

[Project] Antique Frame with Dried Flowers

Step 1: I’ve assembled four pieces of thin wood by cutting the endpoints 45-degree angle. Used glue and wood connector brackets on rear side. After that, I applied some plaster on the frame to fix minor roughness. Then painted the frame greenish and scratched to show it antique. Step 2: I’ve placed passepartout, the Devamı…

[Project] Medieval Age Axe

Step 1: First, I’ve taken out the old plastic handle and cleaned the surface. Then measured the space between the endpoint of the axe and the handle. Cut two pieces of wood with a wolf figure for the handle. Step 2: I’ve attached the wood pieces to the metal handle Devamı…