1. Tarhead

    Woodworking Advice and Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwiches

    I saw this on Bob Lang's Blog and thought it needed repeating here. Sometimes we try too hard to answer the simple questions and for whatever reason send the wrong message...
  2. danmart77

    Jelly Cabinet: pine scraps used

    View image in gallery View image in gallery Here is a shaker style cabinet I have made before. Its a nice size for moving around and its light weight. All of the shelves are joined scraps and planed to 3/4" so you can get rid of stuff in the box. The molding around the top is just simple...
  3. rcflyer23

    Jelly Cupboard Build Update Got my Paint on **** FINISHED **** 06/19/10

    Well I couldn't let my dad(JCraig) have all the fun. I have had this Jelly Cupboard staring me in the face for a who knows probably a few months and finally decided it was time to get it out of the shop. I used milk paint on the inside and out with the exception of the top which I stained...
  4. rcflyer23

    Jelly Cupboard Build Update

    I've made some small progress on the jelly cupboard. Here is a shot of it. I have been able to get the shiplap back complete and the door hung I just need to put the cross braces in and punch the tin and then get it all painted and back together. View image in gallery View image...
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  6. rcflyer23

    Jelly Cupboard Build Updated 3/11

    I started working on a Jelly Cupboard for the house. I have been planning on doing this cupboard for a while not but never thought I had the skill and then didn't have functional tools. Well I finally bit the bullet skill or not how else am I going to learn. :) Anyway.. Here are a couple...
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