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    Guitar wall mount

    Wall mount for both acoustic and electric guitar and ukulele. Made of plywood scraps. Birch 18mm plywood was cut in small pieces. Electric guitar has a small shelf for accessories like tuner or capodaster and cut out for picks. It was glued and screwed to wall mount base. Plywood and screws were covered by two black matte spray layers and clear varnish. Attaching guitar mounts to the wall.

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    Wooden plant stands

    Simple but stable stands for plant pots. Preparation and materials: pine scantlings 2×2 cm 4cm wood screws wood glue stain clamps screwdriver hand saw The first step is sanding the wood, cut the parts and make holes for screws. The base of the stand is glued and screwed. The screw holes are hidden by shafts with a diameter of 10mm. One layer of the stain is applied.

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    Wood and epoxy resin jewellery

    Beautiful handmade wooden jewellery with epoxy resin. Earrings, necklace and brooch. Preparations and materials: pieces of hard wood, preferably exotic, e.g. zebrano, amazaque, ebony, rosewood or black oak epoxy resin with a hardener (I’ve used Epidian 652) and dyes accessories for earrings, hooks, clasps water-based sandpaper from 200 to 5000 polishing paste for resins The wood blocks should be broken into an interesting structure. You can use silicone molds or cover the wood with tape to form a tight form. Pour the resin and hardener into cups in a 2: 1 weight ratio, and then add a few drops of the dye. Mix everything thoroughly. Pour over the mold and…

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    Book nook – mini library

    3D printed project, hand painted with led lights. Perfect gift for all book lovers. Especially when mini library matches real books on shelf. Preparation and materials: 3d printed elements small standard brushes black mat spray vallejo acrylic paints Elements of the model were covered with a black spray as a base for the target colors. Then the main colors were painted with paints, e.g. brick-colored walls and a brown floor, and then shaded to obtain a real surface texture. The next step was to paint the books in different colors and add inscriptions on their spines. The last step was to assemble and glue the walls to the floor and…