DIY projects | Maker of the week: Steve Ramsey

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If you need some inspiration for your DIY projects, here’s another great Maker you must know and follow in order to learn with the best.  Passionate about woodworking, Steve Ramsey is the mentor of Woodworking for Mere Mortals project, a place dedicated to the woodworking revolution.Steve believes that everyone can make fantastic DIY projects on a limited budget and short experience and that’s why Woodworking for Mere Mortals is more than a website, it is a community where people can share their DIY projects, no matter if they are pros, beginners,passionate or professional woodworkers. The main idea of this community is to share the passion about woodworking and DIY projects, so if this suits you, jump in and register!

DIY projects | Maker of the week: Steve Ramsey

How did it all start?

In 2008 Steve made a chess board that completely changed his DIY projects. Just for fun, he recorded all the process and posted on his Youtube channel. Surprisingly for him, the video got a great number of views and comments and after that, Steve never stopped! Today you can find a new video on Steve’s Youtube channel every Friday , just in time for a great weekend inspiration for your DIY projects!

DIY projects | Maker of the week: Steve Ramsey

As a true Maker that loves woodworking,Steve’s DIY projects are very extensive and actually he can make almost everything, turning wood into something great: a shoe rack, a brush and rag storage, a workbench, a cubby hole storage cabinet… and many many more great ideas that for sure will inspire you for all your projects.

DIY projects | Maker of the week: Steve Ramsey

And plus, the videos are great to see not only because of his great work but actually because Steve talks with the audience and explains step by step of his DIY projects in a very relaxed and easy going way.

 

Stay tuned for his videos and get inspired for your DIY projects!

 

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