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DIY Valentines Day Heart Project

07.02.2019
Here's a really unique and quite frankly, simple wood finishing technique called "Revealed Grain" You don't have to have perfect cuts, the mistakes are easily hidden and it makes ordinary pine look exotic! The finish is essentially a Shou Sugi Ban variation. The I accidentally created the process (2015?) around the same time Chris of OG Woodreveal did. (check out my Instagram for a ton of examples of projects, theyre kinda buried so you'll need to scroll pretty far back) He as first but I never put the idea together, his style is a bit different than mine. So anyways how did I accidentally create this?? I was attempting Shou Sugi Ban and dropped the wood and damaged the ash, so I decided to brush it off and start again. In doing so I exposed this crazy texture that reminded me of barn wood. Long story short I coined the term "grain extraction" then later changed it to "revealed grain" finally making my first crappy youtube video. A ton of people have since taken my process and created videos which is pretty awesome! Unfortunately most of the videos leave out the real secret .. proper wood (Spruce) the softer and more white the pine the more effective the process. If there is a demand for the process, I'll create a more in depth tutorial, explaining water quenching, inducing carbon, polishing techniques and many others. If you're interested just comment below. Here are some of the products I use for the most part. They may contain affiliate which do not cost you anything but give me a small percentage of the sale which helps keep the lights on and the projects flowing. Sanding Brushes https://amzn.to/2Grl3bI Butane Micro Torch https://amzn.to/2Bl7wis Dye Coloring https://amzn.to/2Bnwxd1
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Epoxy Resin Color Basics Tutorial

07.05.2018
Here's a quick and easy way to create an opaque oceanic cast that using a few colors and very little blending! Visit http://www.keddiewoodshop.com for more
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Epoxy Resin Color Blending | Inlay Ideas

31.01.2019
Here's a super easy project you can use to create some stunning epoxy resin inlay accents in your work! I created a template with center marks to align the spade drill bit so you get uniform spacing. I recommend spade bits because you typically won't know the actual diameter depending on the scale you print or how you make your template. You can simply lay the bit flat on the circle and determine what size you need. Amazon has sets dirt cheap the link below is the set we used. Once your holes are in place mix up some TotalBoat epoxy resin and you're set to go! Materials Used * Some links may contain affiliate links they won't cost you any more money but help keep the lights on over here at Keddie Woodshop Resin Circle Heart Template https://www.keddiewoodshop.com/blog... Epoxy Resin - Total Boat 2:1 Epoxy Resin (use discount code KEDDIE to get 20% off your order) http://www.totalboat.com/ Spade Drill Bit Set - Affilate Link to Amazon https://amzn.to/2GeeaKA Pigments - No affiliate link http://www.justpigments.com
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