Viking Inspired Bearded Axe (no Forge)
Viking Inspired Bearded Axe (no Forge): This bearded axe is made from a repurposed wood axe. It's crafted using common hand and power tools. For shaping the axe, you will need:An old axeA saw that can cut curves easily (scroll, jig, band, coping, etc)An angle grinderA belt sander A bench …
Hatchet made from 10" saw blade with Walnut handle
After the tremendous response to the Knife made from Saw blade with Mahogany handle project post I thought I'd try some more
How to Remove Brass From a Spent Shotgun Shell
How to Remove Brass From a Spent Shotgun Shell: All other methods I've found online suggest using a candle or lighter to heat up the brass, which will partially melt the plastic. However, common sense says that leftover gun powder (which is highly flammable) that may be left over in an expired s…
Saw Blade Throwing Hatchet
Saw Blade Throwing Hatchet: Last summer I bought an old corded circular saw at a garage sale because my cordless one was dying. This saw had an old, potentially original, blade on it that was rusted so I swapped it out for my blade on my cordless one. I don't like to throw awa…
Thirstystone Rustic Christmas Coasters Set of 4 - Home for the Holidays
Occasions Coasters by Thirstystone are a beautiful way to protect your furniture from messy drips. The set includes 4 square coasters that are printed with beautifully detailed artwork to complement any decor. Each coaster is finished with a cork bottom to insulate your tabletops from hot or cold beverages. Occasions Coasters by Thirstystone are printed and packaged in the USA!
Make A Raccoon Skin Hat - Easy, Start To Finish Instructions – Live The Old Way
Making a raccoon skin cap is not as difficult as it seems. In this article we cover skinning & tanning all the way through measuring, cutting & sewing.