Aubrey Grey


Aubrey made this Pennyhedron from fence cedar and finished in shellac.
9/2/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Aubrey made this 3d Cutting Board from Purple Heart, Walnut, Cherry, and hard Maple. It is finished in Mineral Oil. Idea came from a YouTube video.
7/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


A Cheese Board made from cheese cutter 'kit' purchased from Woodcraft. The wood is Cherry with Purple Heart and Maple stripes. The finish is mineral oil.
5/28/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


This Small Toddler Stool is made from Fence Cedar (at less than $2.00 per board, not board foot!). The finish is Shellac. The idea came from searching the internet for a stool design, but finding no 'plans' built from a picture.

A honey-do Hamper made from a single piece of Aromatic Cedar and from more Fence Cedar. There is a band at the bottom made from old copper tape. The finish is Shellac.
5/28/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Home built portable work bench with vise. The main structure is made from Fir 2x4s. The top is a piece of 1/8" MDF.

Made this Bench Dog from a 3/4" dowl and a bullet catch from Ebay. Idea from a YouTube video.
5/9/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Three push sticks made from 3/4" Baltic Birch plywood. The first is copied from a push stick distributed by CVWA. The other two are from plans in the SawStop users manual.
3/7/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


This Lambert Style Table was made from solid Cherry, finished with Red Mahogany stain (to match Stickly Cherry) and Varathane spray. The plans from Taunton were scaled for the intended purpose.
3/7/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Two Toy Steam Engines made from miscellaneous scrap wood including Maple, Walnut, Caribbean Walnut, Mahogany. Finished in Shellac.
1/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Knife Handle for stainless steel fork made from Caribbean Walnut and finished in wax.
1/8/2016 Click on image to see closeup.


Coffee Table. The top is a slab of Walnut, the base is Birch. The top includes two butterfly inserts made from Purple Heart. The cracks are filled with Michael's molding epoxy and Turquoise. The finish is oil base polyurethane.
11/6/2015 Click on image to see closeup.


Lamp made from a 5x5x12" piece of Ambrosia Maple. The finish is wax.
9/4/2015 Click on image to see closeup.


Art pieces made from local pickups of leaves and acorns. The background of one is Valley Oak and the other is Zebrawood.

Twin picture frames for twin grandkids (a boy and a girl). The wood is Ambrosia Maple scraps from the lamp. The finish is Satin Lacquer.
9/4/2015 Click on image to see closeup.


Two Love plaques for the auction. The first from Ambrosia Maple, the second from White Oak.

A small cutting board (cheese board?) from Maple, Walnut and White Oak.

Love plaque for September S&T.

Intarsia Duck for September S&T.
8/5/2015 Click on image to see closeup.


Christmas Tree cut from hobby 3/32" plywood on a scroll saw.

Scroll Saw Elliptical Bowl mode from Tipuana Tipu, Walnut, White Oak, and Sapolo scrap wood and finished in satin shellac.
1/9/2015 Click on image to see closeup.


Jeremiah Cross based on Jeremiah 17:7-8. The design was inspired by an item from CBD (Christian Book Distributors). The cross is Maple, the tree is Cherry, the bird is Purple Heart, and the base is Mayan Walnut. The finish is Carnauba wax. The cross is held in the base with a pair of magnets to allow hanging the cross on a wall.
11/6/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Jeep Plaque made from Cherry and Baltic Birch plywood backing and a picture from National Geographic. Pattern from Steve Good (http://www.scrollsawworshop.blogspot.com)


Ornaments all made from Cherry and finished in Lacquer. Patterns from both Steve Good and from modifications of other designs.

Nativity Scene from Cherry and a pattern by Steve Good. The pieces are 'push out' tapered.

Key Rack made from White Oak and finished in Oak Stain and Lacquer. The pattern was made in Photoshop from misc key images from Google.
01/09/2014 Click on image to see closeup.


This is a Miniature Band-Saw Box made from scrap Alder and, as yet, unfinished. It actually was cut out with a small band saw and a scroll saw.

This is a Serving Tray made from Arlen Wood Mahogany and misc other pseudo scrap wood including pieces from Woodcraft, Ventura. The finish is lacquer.
12/5/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


This Ornament was the first project on new scroll saw. Pattern and Walnut block donated by Bill Watkins. Unfinished.

Two Heart Pendants. The left one is made from the scraps left from the ornament above. The right is made from Wenge and Tulip wood picked up as scraps at a club meeting. The hardware is from Michael's.

The Storage Box is a combination project. The letters cut with scroll saw. The top is solid Walnut Arlen Wood. The base is Walnut Stude Wood. The box is made from Alder. The finish is Shellac
9/5/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Cross made from scrap Sycamore Lacewood, Walnut and Maple. The Lacewood was donated last month and gratefully put to use.
2/8/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Jerusalem Cross made from Italian Olive and Hard Rock Maple. Used as a Christmas tree ornament with no finish.
1/11/2013 Click on image to see closeup.


Speaker Stand made from Hickory Pecan. It is stained with Honey Oak stain and finished with Semi-gloss polyurethane spray. It was interesting to cut the angles to fit.
5/4/2012 Click on image to see closeup.


Aubrey make this Cribbage Board from Red Oak scrap. The peg compartment cover was made from a piece of found wood given away at one of our meetings. The cover is held in place by four rare earth magnets. The pegs are made from maple and ebony.
9/7/2010 Click on image to see closeup.


Knife Organizer made from Arlenwood Hard Rock Maple, finished in Orange Wax. The small pegs eliminate the need for a support for the handles by holding the knife blades down.
2/6/2010 Click on image to see closeup.


A removable handle for a fireplace damper valve. Make from Handberg scrap wood and finished in wax. The circle is cut with a small hole saw and filled with white model paint and sanded flush and shows which way is 'open.'
1/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


A centering marker shown with the tool used to make the spacings exact. The pins are brass rod polished in the drill press. The center scribe is made from an old drill bit ground to a point. The wood is also Handberg Walnut. (Also part of the Challenge)
1/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


A quick table saw pusher modeled after one demonstrated by Gene West. (see January, 2008, Show & Tell) Part of the Challenge for this month.
1/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


A cork serving tray made from a few year's worth of corks (or was it a few weeks?) and hard rock Maple border mounted on 1/4" MDF. The back of the MDF is covered with Michael's 1/16th cork with adhesive backing. Size is about 10"x14"
1/4/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Clip Board

Aubrey made this clipboard from Maple, Walnut, Cherry, and Red Oak. The finish is satin Min Wax Polyurethane. The hardware is from a Staples clipboard. The screws are stainless from Doit Center.
Click on image to see closeup.
6/3/2006