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Making an LED backlit Cross for my childhood church just in time for Easter. I used traditional hand tools and hand cut mitered bridle joinery to connect the wood pieces.

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Jason J. Ayala P. says:

How did you mark/align the keyholes and the screws?

Brian McAra says:

Wow, the precision in those joints and chamfers. No hiding anything less than perfection in something that simple.

Michael McClung says:

Beautiful! Great work as always Chris!

Neil F says:

I don't know if your a believer, but i am especially move to see Jesus' sacrifice displaied in such craftsmanship of woodworking on Youtube. Thank you.

jaquu says:

Disco jesus is what christ needs! Modern vibes for faith thumbs up!

Daniel Downing says:

Absolutely Beautiful, Chris. I am sure the Lord is very pleased with your work. GOD Bless.

Chet Weatherl says:

Great Easter project

Kristopher K says:

That’s a BEAUTIFUL piece. You are truly a great craftsman. God Bless

Isaac Alfaro says:

Impressive skills! 👌

Rosewood59 says:

Amazing work and it looks amazing with the led lights on.

The HandToolery says:

Great job man! What a meaningful build!

P. J. Galati says:

Nice work! I think I finally understand what a router plane is for! The way you used it made sense. Great finishing on the whole thing.

Bo Bojangles says:

Nice work! But am I the only one that finds it disconcerting to see people gleefully smile as a replica torture/murder device is hung on the wall. (lit with colour changing lights, no less) What a weird world we live in lol

Mike Case says:

Excellent work!

MrWizzardx3 says:

What a cool project! Thanks for the inspiration!

Cameron Geerling says:

I was seriously just talking to the pastor about doing something like this for the kids area. They currently have a ~7' tall cross on a stand made from 4x4s that gets knocked over all the time.

YouCanMakeThisToo says:

Great work, Chris! That mitered bridle joint is sweet. I’m sure the church loves it.

Daniel Cummings says:

very nice project. your skills are awesome.

oned4metwo says:

Great narrated video and craftsmanship.

Jeremy Edwards says:

Amen! He has risen. Awesome project and happy Easter to you and yours.
✌️,
Jeremy

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