15 Holiday Gift Project Ideas

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There’s no denying the value of a handmade gift. There’s still time to make a project and have it ready to as a gift this holiday season. are fifteen woodworking projects that would make great holiday gifts for a wide range of people. Most are not difficult and some can be completed in a day. You can probably a few of them with scraps you have around your shop. Just click on the project name to go to the full project article.

Laminated Cutting Board


A custom cutting board is an attractive, useful, and practical project that just about anyone would be happy to receive. Plus, it’s a great way to use up scrap stock and you can build several at the same time – one for everyone in the !

Last Man Standing Peg Game


“Last Man Standing” is a wooden game from days gone by, but that doesn’t mean kid’s won’t enjoy it. It’s played like checkers with one hole left open on the board. The object is to use one peg to jump over and claim another peg, horizontally or diagonally, until just one peg remains. Our design features a storage compartment underneath to

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What does your town, state, or country mean to you? Steve Ramsey from Woodworking For Mere Mortals joins me in this video to set a challenge: Build something…

Turning Projects, Fine Woodworking DVD

Richard Raffan shows you perfect your turning skills while making attractive and useful objects. These projects help you learn techniques for both facework and centerwork.You’ll see firsthand how to do the work, the tools, the techniques, and the subtle rhythm of each process.87 minutes.Now re-issued in DVD format, this classic Fine Woodworking video workshop takes you right into an expert woodworker’s shop.Learn how to select wood for projects; make a useful carver’s mallet; work end grain by making a small bowl; turn a trivet and hollow vessel; support a long, thin spindle; turn a perfect sphere and beads; and sand and finish on the lathe.Richard Raffan is an internationally acclaimed turner and teacher. He is the author of Turning Wood, Turning Projects, Turning Boxes and Turning Bowls.
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Price: $ 19.95

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    • Drunken Woodworker
    • December 26, 2014

    Love this challenge idea! Making something inspired by my city on Sunday! 

    • cartoon80s90s
    • December 26, 2014

    Congrats for a very beautiful project. Both you and Steve are great.

    • Lynn Schmidt
    • December 26, 2014

    Great job, the tea tray is beautiful, and the video quality is awesome as

    • Myles Luke
    • December 26, 2014

    Love your work. Although i don’t know anyone who likes tea here in the UK,
    most people like coffee. Keep the videos coming please.

    • GitarStu
    • December 26, 2014

    Great tray! Awesome skills there.

    • ThisWoodwork
    • December 27, 2014

    I’m joined by Steve Ramsey from Woodworking For Mere Mortals, to set a
    challenge! What does your town, state, or country mean to you?

    • stane71
    • December 27, 2014

    You guys should have made a hash tag for this idea that would have been

    • nathan albania
    • December 27, 2014

    It will be much cooler if you use dubstep as background music

    • kandalfus
    • December 27, 2014

    very nice work of pro wood man 

    • Jim Fortune
    • December 27, 2014

    Very nicely done.

    • Michael Tricker
    • December 27, 2014

    That’s fantastic! Have you had any expansion problems from the hot tea pot
    and the base being fixed in the frame? So glad Scotland didn’t go and mess
    things up for you.

    • Angie Overton
    • December 27, 2014

    I love it!

    • Brewmaster C
    • December 27, 2014

    Nice tray man,,, was that Earl Grey and cream?
    I just made an ornate handle for an old hand saw out of black walnut that
    was distressed by worms, very cool, wish I had made a video… Keep up the
    good work.

    • Mark Boadey
    • December 27, 2014

    Very nice work Alex.

    • South Texas Cue Repair
    • December 27, 2014

    Alex you could have used your router table to cut the openings once you
    drill the 2 holes in each side piece.

    • Shane Cole
    • December 27, 2014

    this project of yours has to be my favorite. You did very good and i love
    the detail work with the veneer.

    • grumpywoodiam
    • December 27, 2014

    6 dislikes! What’s not to like? Great video and woodworking skills. 

    • John Riddler
    • December 27, 2014

    This is a brilliant idea I have been a follower of both channels for a
    while and the mixed introductions is like wood working inception.

    • Barrett Hageman
    • December 27, 2014

    Alex once again you hit a “Boundary Six” 😉 Keep up the great work

    • Dominic Bender
    • December 27, 2014

    I have yet to tackle veneering, Alex, and I like how you make it look so
    easy – which it probably is, like so many things you need to try so you
    know. Thanks for sharing, and for inspiring us along with Steve. Thanks for

    • Bianca Morton
    • December 27, 2014

    hmm… i might be a noob but… why is this not the english flag? looks
    pretty good from pics ive seen.

    • StefansHolzwerkstatt
    • December 27, 2014

    The veneerwork looks really precise! Well done! I love your tea-tray!
    Thumbs up!

    • GothicCucumber
    • December 27, 2014

    Looks great Alex!

    • Rodney Howe
    • December 27, 2014

    It looks gorgeous, great work as always. But why did you cut out the most
    important part of this video………making the tea! :-)

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