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Have a look at some of my blog posts, tips, tricks and Videos. Get in touch if you have a great idea for a new project or tip.

Copper Wire Inlay

This idea started off because every year at Christmas time I cant think of anything to buy my wife, so ...
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Guitar Wall Bracket

3 Guitars. At home I have three guitars, each one with a story behind it. I didn’t want them damaged ...
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Camera Gear I Use For Videos

This collection of equipment is camera gear I use for videos, Its not quite all of it but its the ...
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Sand blasted and scorched timber ( Sho-Sugi-Ban )

Sandblasted wood This is another project where I have used reclaimed timber, destined for the skip. At the end of ...
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Workshop and Mancave

The Workshop Build

I`ve waited a long time for this build. I have either haven't had time or the place to build it ...
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Staircase project and handrail

This was my first YouTube video I published, so I was a bit worried about the whole thing. The actual ...
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Slate Topped Table ( Made Of Leftover Bits )

This is a project of bits. I got the slate top from one job, the Oak blocks from another( With ...
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Pallet wood clad staircase

When I turned our flat into a 2 story house I had to build a staircase pretty quick so I ...
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Secret Door Bockcase

When I built the extension to the back of the house, the roof cut across the existing window, so after ...
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Pallet Wood Bathroom Floor

When I started this pallet wood bathroom floor I knew it was going to be labour intensive. From collecting all ...
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Pallet Wood Clad Staircase, with LED lights

This video is just a follow from the stair project. I finished the trim and fitted some LED lights around ...
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Candy Cart

Candy Cart

How My Candy Cart Began. When one of my sons got married he asked me to make them a Candy ...
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The Ark

When we lived in Christchurch, New Zealand, I had the good fortune of working for Ken and Bev Loader,  building ...
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