I know this isn’t a typical project I do, but it was too much fun not to blog about.
I needed a TV stand for my basement, and was trying to brainstorm ideas that were different and inexpensive.
When we moved into our house, the previous owners left some old lumber and items behind.
One of them was an old tongue and groove door. I removed the vintage door knob and got to work
I ripped the door in half. Then started building the legs. I used another old piece of lumber for a cross-support
I cut one of the door halves down in length and glued the legs to it (as pictured with the clamps)
I’m honored to be chosen for my design in the River Falls Flag Challenge. It is now the official flag of River Falls. It’s been a fun journey.
I entered my design over a year ago. The city narrowed the contestants down to 5, and then had the residents vote their favorite. I was informed by Mayor Dan that mine was the final winner a few months ago. Today it was officially announced at the River Falls parade, and then had a ceremony at the city hall. I was privileged to be the first person to raise the flag up. It was a lot of fun! It was also great to get to know the Mayor and his assistant Keri.
I’ve done a few different motorcycle designs in the past 13 years. These two are my favorites, both having a vintage military WWII bomber theme. One on a Harley Davidson and the other on a Sport Bike. I had Lettertech Custom Vinyl Graphics make up the graphics for both bikes. They also installed the wrap on the Sport Bike. If you’re interested in customizing your bike, feel free to contact me and I can give you an idea on how much it would cost.