Today is the day I’m sharing my gift ideas for any woodworkers in your life. Since I’m getting more and more involved with building and woodworking projects, this is a mix of things I already own (and love) and things that have been recommended to me by other woodworkers and so they are on my very own wish list. (**Products I actually own are indicated with an asterisks)
And if you aren’t shopping for a woodworker, never fear! Jeanette from Snazzy Little Things actually gathered up 60 more bloggers to create their own gift guides for other interests and I'm sharing those today too.
But right now, I'm sharing ALL THINGS WOODWORKING!!!!
Obviously some of these things will be more useful to some woodworkers than to others (for example, some items require a router or circular saw to use, so you want to make sure your gift recipient already owns one), but I tried to include a little bit of everything. You should be able find at least a few items that would make a great gift. (I know I’d like to get anything on this list!)
Stocking Stuffers:Bench Dog Non-Slip Bench Cookies (For holding and lifting work pieces without clamps)
AlignRight Cabinet and Drawer Template** (For adding hardware onto cabinetry)
Painting Pyramids (Elevates painted surfaces while drying)
Rustoleum Comfort Grip Spray Paint Nozzle** (for easier spray painting)
Under $25:DIY Project Calculator (Uses Feet & Inches without Decimals)
Magno Grip (Magnetic hardware holder)
Right Angle Clamp** (great for picture frames)
Online Woodworking Classes from Craftsy (There are some seriously AWESOME classes available online. And what a great gift idea!)
Under $50:Kreg Rip Cut** (Circular Saw Guide)
Work Tunes** (Ear protection with built in MP3/AM/FM)
Wood Magazine Annual Subscription** (Free Plans and Great Tips every Month)
Carhartt Standard Tool Belt (Keep everything close at hand)
Under $100:Kreg K4 Joinery System** (for creating pocket holes)
Gripper System (for holding and pushing projects on table saw or router)
Portamate Wall Mount Wood Storage Rack (Adjustable and holds up to 600 pounds of lumber)
Splurge:Quick Release Workbench Vise** (Just like an extra set of hands)
Rockler Complete Dovetail Jig (to create dovetail joints using a router)
Tennyson Dollhouse Kit (A great way to get practice building entire house!)
Aren't those fabulous ideas?
Make sure you head over to these other fantastic guides. You will find something for EVERYONE on your list: