In this episode, I’m building a beautiful oak box using finger joints, also known as box joints, to bring together repurposed pallet wood I’ve had for awhile now. I also show a technique of transferring lettering to the wood using an iron. Nothing special here, I just printed out a backwards design I made on standard paper using an average everyday inkjet printer. Using heat from the iron, you’re able to transfer the ink to the wood. Just be sure to mirror the image.
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Withjack Workshops is a series of DIY videos showcasing fun and easy projects ranging anywhere from woodworking, restoration, and electronics of all kinds. The projects run the spectrum of easy to difficult, needing certain tools to accomplish but still easily completed by yourself. This particular video is a part of the series where I’m creating items for my Etsy shop to be sold online or just for the heck of it to try my hand at creating something new for the enjoyment of making, in which I can only hope it inspires you to make something yourself. Enjoy and subscribe!