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

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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
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Andrew Setters says:

Nice work!

Becky's Texas Wood Shop says:

Great build and I love it! I use magnets a lot in some of the things I make too. Nothing like making something that the kids can use too! Thanks for sharing! I’m a new subscriber and if you have time check out my little channel if you want to. Take care and be safe!

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.

Barry Roberts says:

Dark pieces or not it still looks great, plus as you said it will be getting covered every so often with pics etc. Great Build.
Barry (ENG)

Seth Galitzer says:

I kinda like the variety in color with the different species of wood here. Looks great!

Benjamindustries says:

Any adhesive recommendations for attaching magnets to wood? I bought these little rare earth magnets that are super strong, I’m planning on attaching them to some wood letters for my son, think the CA glue will do the trick? Do you think I should make a little mortise for the magnets? they’re really small but super strong. Oh, and cool video buddy, I’ve been enjoying following you on your journey.

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.

Mustafa Shakier says:

good video where is your kute baby?

Wood.Work.LIFE. says:

Awesome Tamar, as always…Cool Idea

P. J. Galati says:

Next time if you want it lighter, try painting the background white or silver instead of black, it will reflect the light! I’m making a table using a similar method and I dyed my resin blue, it likes gemmy and sweet! But it’s dark when not backlit, so I’m putting a light underneath. 😛

Jim Bolton says:

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

Barrett Hageman says:

Looks great. The contrast of light and dark is a good look.

Rudi Reiling says:

Hi Tamar, again a very nice project of yours and as always very well implemented.So easy to recycle.Furthermore, enjoy home improvement.Bye Rudi

Conner P.ayne says:

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE don’t not like that! It looks GREAT/AWESOME!!! Thanks for another great video.

Pneumatic Addict says:

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

Anika's DIY Life says:

It was already super cool but the fact that it is magnetic makes it AMAZING!!!!

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!

Glen Everett says:

I think it looks great 🙂

Bruce A. Ulrich says:

I actually really like the contrast between the darker slices and the frame. Plus, I think with some brightly colored art, the darker background is just what is needed. Good job!

Atticus Draco says:

So what you are saying is,, you don’t have a refrigerator?
Good project,, thanx for sharing 🙂

Joe C says:

Very cool idea!!

David Green says:

You are awesome I’ve enjoyed everyone of your vids

Maikel Versantvoort says:

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

Jeanie Emmert says:

I really like how this turned out! And I love how you were able to make it without having to buy anything (well except for the spray paint ; ) and I’m going to have to make that jig for cutting logs!

The Every Maker - Nick says:

I love the fact that you added magnets to it and you used mostly what you had on hand! I can never make it through a project without buying something along the way, LOL.

Oficina aprendiz de Marceneiro says:

Ótimo trabalho

J Etzel says:

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

anthony aryi says:

you could have just cut them out on the bansaw without any jig.

Ugly Duckling House with Sarah Fogle says:

I like the the jig you made! Great tips for safely cutting things like this. Love that you made them magnetic.

Matthew Coy says:

Home run! Love the video as always

Anthony Lau says:

Brilliant work! This reminded me of Jimmy DiResta’s small table version from TOH but I like how you did this one, with the cuttings not exactly at the same height, becoming a piece of art that you could feel, and how well it turned out. Thx for sharing, especially the tips on trying this and trying that to get what you wanted.

Kyle Passen says:

Cookies are good, looks great.

Mike M says:

It looks good to me.

Brian Prusa says:

So many good jigs! Love the magnets, nice work.

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