1. littleboatiris
    February 28, 2014 @ 2:52 pm

    Really nice product Steve – I can use that printer technique for sure! How did you router the edge rounding on the inside of the ends? Or did you just sand it?


  2. Tracie
    February 28, 2014 @ 6:58 pm

    Great job on the Garden Tool Tote. Very versatile project. I’ve been wanting to try that image-to-wood technique for a long time & you have just given me a great idea !


  3. K Plante
    March 1, 2014 @ 6:41 am

    Very nice…


  4. Bill Richman
    March 1, 2014 @ 1:47 pm

    Looks good. I’m really impressed with how well the image transfer technique works. Wasting a whole sheet of labels shouldn’t be necessary, though; I think it’s basically just waxed paper. You should be able to cut the stuff made for baking to the appropriate size and run that through your printer. Unlike laser printers that use a lot of heat and tend to melt things, inkjets are pretty forgiving of what you run through them. But I might just have to give this a try. Also, come to think of it, laser toner is pretty much just a mixture of dry ink and wax or plastic; you can laser print on regular paper and then iron it onto things. That might be worth a try too.


  5. Steve Kriens
    March 3, 2014 @ 4:24 am

    The picture transfer got my brain juices flowing. Actually some spilled out on my shirt. 😉 I really hope you do a video on this and I’m ready to start some experiments since it’s too cold to work out in my carport area this week.


  6. barry garding
    March 4, 2014 @ 1:20 am

    Where did you find the pictures you used for the transfers?


  7. Louis Cooper
    March 4, 2014 @ 11:53 am

    Steve my name is Louis
    and I work for Calhoun Community College in Decatur Alabama we were trying to see if we could use your program to show on a cable channel can you email for more information at lcooper54520@calhoun.eduThank you.


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  9. Ben
    May 12, 2016 @ 3:29 pm

    Steve – Sherlock Holmes I am not. Did you mention anywhere what the thickness of the wood is? I can’t tell if it’s 1/2 or 3/4. Would you be so kind as to elaborate? Thanks


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