I took 33 empty crayon wrappers, cast them in polyester resin, then turned them on the wood lathe.
I decided to make a seed box after not finding anything that I liked for storing my vegetable and flower seeds. Today I will show you how I made a Wooden Pot and Pan Rack.A few years ago, I made one these and it has worked great, but I painted it Hunter Green. This project works well as a gift for valentines, mother's day, or for a special loved one. Troy Hawkins (known as Tomatoskins here on Instructables ) has been a long time member of Instructables and joined the team as a Community Manager just over a year ago.
Nail polish usually ends up tossed into the bottom of drawers or crammed into a make up bag. Here are the plans for a small pitching machine I built to help my son practice batting for Little League.
The one project every DIY person seems to do at one point: A coffee table from reclaimed materials. Being able to power sand your finished bowl makes things go so much quicker and keeps your fingers away from any uneven edges.
This project is an expansion from my first Instructable (Pallet Planter Box) posted 2+ years ago. In this instructable I will turn my scratch map into one on wich you can pin the destinations where you've been.What if you're visiting a large country, for instance Brazil or China, and you will only be travelling to one place or city. First; a few points of note Although I have carpentry skills, this is my first time undertaking a project of this nature.
In this Instructable, I will show you how to create these one of a kind geometric faced bud vases. This entryway table is made with a hardwood counter, matching tapered legs and knobs, as well as a plywood frame.
I have had this on my list for a very long time, as I think its really important to encourage creativity in children and to acknowledge their creations and new found skills. I present to you 256 crayons melted into a large rainbow block turned on the wood lathe for your amusement..
The ideaDuring our Christmas Holidays at my fiancées family I got a idea for a birthday present for her mother. I find great enjoyment in the process of taking raw material and turning it into something attractive. My husband and I were planning to buy a play set for our son’s 5th birthday from Costco. He had a general idea of how he wanted to set the foundation up and the supporting frame… and one Sunday he started in. Play Star sells kits for playhouses, but you are able to just order the individual components as well. In trying to make it look like an authentic pirate ship I made rope ladders, but we removed them soon after putting them up, since that would only entice little ones to scale the sides of the ship, and that would ultimately end in someone falling off into my rose bushes, and that’s no fun.
Yeah I would be interested in the overall width at rear, length from rear to base front, upper deck height and upper deck length & width.
With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. In order to make this wheel I needed to put the dowels through the wheel, which means I needed holes, which needed to be square.
TiffanyL1 - I got the cardboard ring from my work, it's the ring the palate strapping came on.
On first glance I thought the wheel was made of wood or possibly foam but to find it is actually cardboard is truly amazing. The little man in my life (aka as Asher my gorgeous four year old nephew) is seriously into them.
He had been given a pirate ship model by Grandma and had glued it together and painted it and that was what he wanted for his cake. I tried not to make the front of the boat have too much of an angle inwards underneath as I know that can be a nightmare to cover with icing. Make sure you roll out plenty of fondant icing to cover the cake and tuck it in underneath.


Gently lift the fondant over the cake then smooth lightly with your hands to get any air pockets out. Once the whole cake has been smoothed over with your hands, use a smoothing tool to get it absolutely perfect. The round cake board was covered with a thick (5mm) layer of blue fondant which was rolled and covered in the usual way.
To make the deck a perfect fit I cut a slither off the ship’s paper pattern and used it as a template to cut out the yellow wooden decking. The cabin was covered in the yellow fondant icing and was positioned on the middle of the ship’s deck with a little Royal Icing. I cut the sails out of paper and did a drawing of the Jolly Rodger then added Ahser’s initials. Tim had to show me how to make a pirates hat as all my attempts made him look like a cowboy!
I made the plank by cutting a thin cake board to size then covering it with fondant and creating a wooden effect.
For the Pirate ship cake I cut out the basic cake shape then once I added buttercream and Jam to the middle I placed them together.
Then fold it in half and draw the ship part of the cake so that you will get to use up as much of the cake as possible. I got the chocolate fondant from my local cake decorating shop but you can get it on Amazon too. I have used supermarkets own brands and they are a good back up but not quite as malleable as the renshaw. I tend to mainly buy pre- coloured sugarpaste as they come in so many perfect colours, but I also buy big 5kg packs of white as it works out a lot cheaper.
The seller of the movement offers pre-sanded mantel clock cases ready for final sanding and finishing, clock kits, and plans for mantel clock cases. If his name looks familiar, that's because you've probably gotten an email from him when you posted an Instructable.
At the base of the speaker is a weight to keep it all steady.If you have any questions feel free to pop them in the comments.
In this instructable I'm gonna show you a holder that I made as birthday present for my best friend.Since he loves and collects Absolut Vodka I bought him six mini bottles of different flavors.
Previously I built a brown case for all my pedals (the one in the back) and the minimixer I use for mixing and monitoring in my gigs. For this project I used wood and metal both from throwaway pallets, and turned it into this coffee table. I have seen lots of different pallet wood clocks before so I wanted to try and give it a go and make my own. In the attached photos, you will see there are two different versions, one is cedar and one is walnut.
I needed something rather small to fit the area next to my front door, so this is what I built. After years of modern surfing the once forgotten trend has caught on again allowing for keen surfers and shapers to connect with the past. Having raw material that is being thrown out or otherwise only adds to a projects value to me.
Thus far we've made a Superman and Batman emblem and thought it only made sense to do the Wonder Woman emblem next.
My daughter loves pirates, so for her upcoming 3rd birhday we are having a Neverland Pirate themed party.
A little stain here and there to touch up some glue that pushed out from under the lettering, and done.
Most places that ship palates just throw them away and would probably give them to you for free. So when I asked him what he wanted for his cake this year I had a pretty good idea of what the answer would be – as he brandished his tin foil hook!
My plan was to get the larger top half of the boat out of the big cake with the base of the cake out of the smaller one. I then used my fingers to create the waves, gently pushing into the icing to create a rippled effect.


I left these to dry overnight as I wanted them to be firm enough to handle, but soft enough to be able to stick to the side of the ship neatly.
I then made a red flag with a Jolly Rodger on the front (from fondant) and  placed it over one of my modelling tools so when it was dry and positioned in the cake it would look like it was blowing in the wind. You can download my template for the sails here Pirate ship Sails template I used a hot glue gun to stick the sails to the mast.
To do this glue the top part in place first and when it is really stuck fast you can stick the second on.
Asher loves Captain Hook so I made one to stand on the cake complete with peg leg and shiny hook.
I adapted the shape so I could fit it all on one cake with a bit of sticking pieces together with buttercream. Do you buy them ready-coloured or always buy white and then colour for all your lovely cakes. When I colour the sugarpaste I use a small amount (added with a toothpick) until it’s the right colour. You can try and add some Trex (vegetable fat) to the sugarpaste when you knead it – just a little.
This automata uses several simple machines: a wheel and axle, an incline plane, and a third class lever. But also try some things that I haven't done before, which is why I used two layers of paint to give it a rustic style.
She's got even a card shuffler, but she didn’t have a proper way to store all of the items. I wanted to make something special for my sister, something she could pass down to her children. What kind of wood did you guys use in the front of the ship that you were able to curve like that?
I knew I was going to shape the cake inwards where the boat touches the sea, so it worked out perfectly. Off cuts taste great, especially when you are decorating a cake late at night!) The cake here is upside down  to make the shaping easier.
But the peg leg wasn’t happy about being made to stand up so he was resting on a barrel of whisky.
Use icing sugar to dust down your surface and try and colour the paste a day before you need it. I place it on my hands to melt it then knead and that makes the sugarpaste more malleable and less likely to crack once it’s been handled. I bet it will be loved for years, but I also like the idea of turning it into a bar afterward.
I realize that some have asked but do you have any pics of the bottom floor of the ship without decking boards on it?
I started this project with a few ideas of what I wanted and no idea how I was going to do it.
I was actually planning to have him hanging off the ship but he was too long, but I think this works so much better. This very simple project was built from scrap wood (minimal cost) and it took about an hour.
I wrapped the red flag around the top and back of the skewer and also made sure that the top was wet so it would really stick in place.
Or can you from your other experiences suggest an alternative brand fondant with better workability please?
I also decided to make it primarily out of cardboard for two reasons:First, I just happened to have a lot of cardboard laying around, making the project cheap, Second, I am submitting this project for the gorilla glue cardboard contest.



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