three Easy Woodworking Tasks – Present Concepts – Together with A Desk Tidy Good Telephone Stand & Picture Show

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On this video I make three small, fast and easy woodworking tasks that will make nice presents (apart from the door cease wedges ofcourse, nobody needs to be given certainly one of them for Christmas!).

The primary mission is a photograph or paper show stand constructed from some salvaged cherry (it won’t be cherry!).

The second is a few oak door wedges.

The third is a sapele and oak desk tidy good cellphone holder stand that holds a cell phone and a few pens.

Oak Herringbone desk video half 1:
Oak Herringbone desk video half 2:
Treasure Chest Blanket Field video half 1:
Treasure Chest Blanket Field video half 2:
Bosch 12mm brad level drill bit: (UK)

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DeWalt DW745 Tablesaw (UK) (US)
Aminster White Mitre Noticed (not obtainable to buye)
Charnwood B350 Bandsaw (UK) (US)
File Energy Benchtop Sander (UK)
Clarke Bench Grinder and Belt Sander (UK) (US)

HiKOKI Combi Drill DV36DAX (UK)
HiKOKI Impression Driver WH36DB (UK)
HiKOKI Round Noticed C3606DA (UK)
HiKOKI Jigsaw CJ18DSL (UK)
HiKOKI Angle Grinder G3612DA (UK)
HiKOKI Planer P18DSL (UK)
HiKOKI Blower RB36DA (UK)
HiKOKI Impression Wrench WR36DB (UK)
Hitachi Oscillating Multitool CV18DBL (UK) (US)
Hitachi 18g End Nailer NT1850 (UK) (US)
Hitachi Framing Nailer NR1890 (UK) (US)
Hitachi Battery Charger (UK)
Makita Cordless LXT Router (Amazon UK) (Amazon US)
Makita Cordless LXT Random Orbit Sander (Amazon UK) (Amazon US)
Makita Twin Fast Battery Charger (Amazon UK) (Amazon US)
Ryobi Scorching Glue Gun (UK) (US) (US with battery & charger)

Mirka Deros 5650 Orbital Sander (UK) (US)
Bosch PBS75A Belt Sander (UK)
Evolution Warmth Gun (UK)
Evolution Precision File Sander (UK)
Draper Biscuit Jointer (UK)

Silent Air Compressor (UK) (US)
Makita Brad Nailer (UK) (US)
Clarke Stapler (UK)

Freud LP30M (40t I take advantage of on tablesaw) (UK)
Freud LP40M (60t I take advantage of on mitre noticed) (UK)

MIB Calipers (UK)
Bahco Card Scraper (UK) (US)
Narex Burnisher (UK) (US)
Digital Angle Gauge (UK) (US)
Stanley Chisels (UK)
Thor Mallet (UK) (UK) (US)
Taidea 360/600 grit Diamond Plates (UK) (US)
King 1000/6000 Japanese Whetstone (UK) (UK) (US)
Augusta Ryoba Japanese Pull Noticed (UK) (US)
Stanley Handsaw (UK)
Bahco Handsaw (UK) (US)
Velocity Sq. (UK) (US)
Massive Velocity Sq. (UK) (US)
Roughneck Demolition Bar (UK) (US)

Dakota Parallel Clamps 800mm (UK)
Dakota Parallel Clamps 1300mm (UK)
F Clamps (UK)

Numatic NVD750 (obtainable from Axminster)
Numatic HEPA Module (obtainable from Axminster)
Thor Filtration TF470 Air Filter (obtainable from Poolewood, The Toolpost and Yandles)


Christopher Johns says:

Aug 2016 you said " I am already looking at this pile of offcuts and thinking that they would make pretty good door stops" YOU WEREN'T EVEN JOKING! haha

Gareth Sharp says:

Couldn't you have just swivelled your drill press table out the way?

zachtownsend1 says:

If you need an extra inch or two, to make a project set under your drill press, you can always cut the drill bit down.

Michael Perez says:

I use two strips on the bottom of my cell phone holder to make room for a hole to house a charger. Just a little design change that works for my at craft shows

IAm Lonefrog says:

I find that door stops work best with a 33 degree angle while phone holders also work well at 33 degrees it is counterproductive to go against the illuminati using only a desktop item. Anyway, how about a build that will bring the NWO to its knees? Like something biggish for a change, so I can smash Angela Merkel with it. Thanks Keith, yer the best!

Paul says:

Some excellent, easy gift ideas. To cut the phone holders on the mitre saw in one go try using a sacrificial fence at the back👍👍

misterinostroza says:

Incense burner, pencil box, wood dices, napkins holders, also seem to be easy woodworking projects. How about a video on these o.O?

Robin Aveling says:

Thanks Keith! Another video simply explained, top notch results from offcuts.😀

Colin Askey says:

A nice little video Keith,and using scrap wood to make little useful gifts is a good idea,well worthy of a 5 ☆ rating

Boris Goldenko says:

Who is the gorgeous fellow at 2:53? 👀

Chem Cody says:

I really like the cell phone holder Keith. That was a great idea!

Average Ro says:

really liked the holder with pen slots. but if i'm honest, this video felt a little forced? or is it just me?

funkysod says:

Nice video! I'm sure pocket appreciates the love 🙂

JP Makes says:

Definitely going to make some of the photo holders, so simple but look great!

Tim says:

"I remembered I had a table saw" implying you forgot. XD


The phone stand is a very cool idea , you can also use it for cards . I like it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Willmore's World Of Wood says:

Really great ideas 👍

Bill Carroll says:

Nice gift ideas, mate 👍
Love the look of the wood for those picture holders, oodles of character 👌

Peter Compton says:

Simple but great ideas. And a little bit of space gained in your workshop ;D

Ian Johnson says:

Wait, was that oak for the doorstops from those hat and coat racks?

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