Christmas Project Ideas with Paul Sellers

Need a plethora of presents for friends and family? Or a timely diversion from tinsel and sprouts? Paul has prepared a panoply of past projects perfect for the purpose of providing festive fun. See the video below for his suggestions.

Click the images or highlighted text to access the projects.


Dovetail Boxes

Who needs a partridge when you have dovetails? This project can be viewed here on Woodworking Masterclasses.

Dovetail Boxes


Dovetail Caddy

Dovetail Caddy

Why not keep things festive and do at least two turtle dovetail joints? The Dovetail Caddy project can be accessed here.


Carrying Tote

Transporting gifts across the globe at great speed? This Carrying Tote might come in handy. It also works for terrestrial journeys!

Carrying Tote


Wallclock

Wallclock

Links for the wallclock project can be found here. Check out the wallclock image gallery to be inspired by the handiwork of some industrious elves.


Joiners Mallet

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love broke with tradition and gave me twelve joiners joining. Unfortunately, they all needed mallets. Luckily, we had this Joiner's Mallet project ready to go.

Joiner's Mallet


Coasters

Coasters

Eggnog, mulled wine, mulled cider or sherry--whatever your favourite Christmas beverage, the coasters from our Coasters Project are bound to come in handy.


Wooden Stars

If you want to make your night a little more starry, you could start by looking at Paul's Wooden Star video.

Wooden Star


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6 comments on “Christmas Project Ideas with Paul Sellers

  1. Another merry XMas from Austria. This was an exciting year and full of interesting projects. Every time I am here I am glad, I stumbled over this site. Referring to today’s themes I can proudly tell You, I did 2 carrying totes, one clock and another 2 boxes. Just as pretty as I am able to, but everytime it is getting better.
    Now I make a sort of occasional table; in the original it is done with electrical saws and routers, but I do it the traditional way I learned from Paul and use handsaw, chisels, planes. You have more feelings for that.
    Oh – nearly forgot – I did some candleholders too. Cut a branch (diameter about 100 mm to 150mm) into about 45 mm slices, make a hole for the candle at the top, THEN make a hole for some decoration along the axis of the slice (I put really small xMas bowls in it, glued on a glittering string, this is glued in a hole I made from the middle of the candle hole). Some finishing and – done.

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