Making a Light from Scraps of Wood – Scrapwood Challenge ep52

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This was a a great challenge making a project with the router as the main tool. It was definitely experimental and I was never quite sure about it, let me know what you think.

Make sure to check out Kyle Toth’s videos, here’s a link to one where he uses his pattern like the one I used in this video

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15 Replies to “Making a Light from Scraps of Wood – Scrapwood Challenge ep52”

  1. I live with my wife and daughter – my first thought was the pattern looks like a leopard skin print, something my girls like. Very nice, and great to watch. Thank you.

  2. The light is whimsical and attractive. Thanks for another great project

  3. You've done an amazing job Neil! I thought you may have covered the bottom and top with a thin paper Japanese style to diffuse the light.

  4. Glorious stuff! I don't have any of the tools or even 1% of your talent for these things, but every time I can guarantee I'll learn something I didn't know and enjoy at the same time. Thank you so much.

  5. Really, really nice. Really, really can't imagine spending 8 hours routing random holes…but, the results are wonderful.

  6. that looks awesome, it looks great in your shop and it'll look just as good in your house

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