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Perfect miter cuts. Video's a little long and cumbersome but the pointers are great for beginner projects. Picture frames and mirror frames will go much smoother.

Perfect miter cuts. Video's a little long and cumbersome but the pointers are great for beginner projects. Picture frames and mirror frames will go much smoother.

Slanted Bookshelves. These unique slanted bookshelves add visual interest to any room. They're unique yet functional - and the best part? Your books won't tip over on these bookshelves.

Slanted Bookshelves. These unique slanted bookshelves add visual interest to any room. They're unique yet functional - and the best part? Your books won't tip over on these bookshelves.

Prevent paint “overspray”with this clever spray booth made from a cardboard box. Cut a hole in the top of the box. Cover the opening with plastic wrap and position a shop light above to illuminate your project. You can use coat hangers, poked through the cardboard, to hold and rotate the objects as you’re painting them. Not only will your shop be neater, but your paint projects will now be thumbprint free.

Prevent paint “overspray”with this clever spray booth made from a cardboard box. Cut a hole in the top of the box. Cover the opening with plastic wrap and position a shop light above to illuminate your project. You can use coat hangers, poked through the cardboard, to hold and rotate the objects as you’re painting them. Not only will your shop be neater, but your paint projects will now be thumbprint free.

A tablesaw jig for quick & easy 45 degree cuts.  I'm a big fan of re-using stuff. I built this entirely from the pre-renovation kitchen counter in our last house.  I tend to hang onto wood.  You just never know when it will come in handy.  Whoops, forgot to put the "dark walnut" stain on....

A tablesaw jig for quick & easy 45 degree cuts. I'm a big fan of re-using stuff. I built this entirely from the pre-renovation kitchen counter in our last house. I tend to hang onto wood. You just never know when it will come in handy. Whoops, forgot to put the "dark walnut" stain on....