I Made Some Time For A Daughter

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Ken Massingale

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Ken
The eldest has a b'day coming up so I knocked out a quickie little clock for her to go along with another item she has asked for.
It's Walnut with sapwood and a bark inclusion on the top of the curve, and a little natural edge on the base. The front is a laminated piece of spalted Oak I've been trying to find a use for.
Finish is shellac with a few coats of rattle can lacquer.
A fun and easy project that only takes a couple of hours, not counting waiting for the finish to dry for recoating.

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FredP

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I've made a few of those. they are quick easy and always appreciated. nice job Ken.:icon_thum
 

Trent Mason

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Nice work Ken. :eusa_clap:eusa_clap:eusa_clap I made one similar to that, but with no base. Brought it home and the Mrs. said it looked like a tombstone with a clock in it and that the recipient might not appreciate it. So back to the shop I went. :gar-La; Yours looks wonderful, I'm sure she'll love it. :icon_thum
 

cpowell

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Chuck
Lucky girl (Daddy's girl, huh?).

I like how you added some thought to the construction and composition for her. Nice touch. :cool:


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