Created another belt buckle. This features Macassar Ebony (I think), maple binding, aluminum and black epoxy. The inlay is a logo of a school and will be auctioned off at a fundraiser. I finished it with Tru Oil. Applying light layers, building it up, then leveling with 0000 steel wool, and then applying more.
Sunday, February 24, 2019
This is a cool opportunity to use those small scraps and other unused pieces hanging around in the shop. You can build these out of anything you want. I recently was a part of a demo project at work. We were taking down a gazebo that had been there for decades. As I was tearing off these cedar shingles I thought to myself, "these may make good top material." Well we will see.
Sunday, April 22, 2018
A 1920's themed auction set the mood for the school fundraiser this year. The Beetlekill Jr. was an item for the silent auction and raised some money for a great cause. All the guests were dressed up which made it even more fun.