Wood Magnet Board // Wall Art Challenge // DIY Project // How To Cut Logs

Wood Magnet Board // Wall Art Challenge // DIY Project // How To Cut Logs

Links below. Thanks for watching!

More info on this build – https://www.3x3custom.com/tutorials/magnetic-wood-wall-art

Wall Art Challenge Playlist – https://bit.ly/2Hj2LXH


Magnets – https://amzn.to/2Hp8QSE
CA Glue – https://amzn.to/2HQU4EX
Band Clamp for Frame – https://amzn.to/2K7OiQn
Brad Nailer – https://amzn.to/2K6GNJp
Epoxy – https://amzn.to/2K61vc4
Dewaxed Shellac – https://amzn.to/2qSsr6l



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Lazy Guy DIY says:

Great job Tamar! Quit stalking your neighbors' yard rubbish. Ha!

M2 Woodcrafts says:

Oh the disappointment of when your project doesn't turn out like you thought. It's a matter of living and learning for all of us. Great job figuring things out though!

Wiliam Bennett says:

Your presentation is totally "Magnetic" now I've got an inspiration to use a bunch of pecan tree limbs for something other than my meat smoker.

J Etzel says:

i think it came out good.. and the border contrasts the wood circles.

Will Fox says:

That looks amazing, I want it!

Pneumatic Addict says:

I would have never guessed you could make this magnetic! You are so stinking clever. I love it!

Wood.Work.LIFE. says:

Awesome Tamar, as always…Cool Idea

Morten Frederiksen says:

Creative 👍🏻 as usual 😉

Mr. Fix It says:

Tamar this is legit! The magnet idea is awesome!

Maikel Versantvoort says:

Cool project! Did you have any specific reason for putting the magnets off-center?

Jim Bolton says:

Don't worry about the wood. It is a neat idea and it works.

Kaged Creations says:

That's fantastic, i love that style of wall art but to add the magnets and make it functional is really awesome. I would follow up with some simple natural wood magnets for holding things! Just subbed looking forward to going through your videos.

ComandanteJ says:

Hmn, I think the epoxy backgroud looks pretty smart! I would maybe give a dark varnish to the frame to integrate it a little better. In any case, it's a really nice piece.

Sixtytrillionsholomo Kcrematoriumberg Gassedstein says:

I ended up here after searching for 3×3 Rubik's cube videos. Great channel! 🙂

Let's Make says:

Cool project! How do you find out about challenges like this? I'm still trying to get started and challenges like this seem like a good way to be seen by new people but I never hear about them until it's too late. 🙁

dale jones says:

Awesome job. Sponsors need to support you. Thanks for sharing.

Luxus Home Creations says:

Awesome jig! Great project! Not a fan either of how much color and darkness a typical brings once applied that is why I started to use white pigments in my finess to keep the look neutral. Thank you for sharing

Bert Hatton says:

I enjoy your videos. You have an upbeat personality. I have the same saw. It is amazing what that small saw can do. I got around the problem of no dado stack capability and rough bottom/narrow kerfs by buying a flat topped tooth 1/8 inch wide blade. (Of course I wouldn't mind having the $5000 cast iron cabinet saw but no room. 😉 Good luck and blessings on you and family.

House Becoming Home says:

I love it! And I love the dual functionality! Artwork + magnet board = win!

galbegun says:

No you're magnetic!

Carl Bowden says:

Well, I'm going to borrow your framing method for a wall art piece I'm doing. Great idea!

ToolBox Divas says:

Great job! Love that you used something we can find in our backyard.

Modustrial Maker says:

Really creative idea! I really like the modern frame paired with the rustic log slices.

anonymous says:

YES!! YES!! YES!! I luv it! see ya next time 😀

David Bishop a.k.a. 1EYE WOODY says:

Very nice project

DIY Huntress says:

Very cool idea! Love that it's magnetic!

Rob Diaz says:

I'm the same way. Always think after I finish a project that something could be different but you did a great job and it looks great!!!

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