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Steampunk / Lamp / Salvaged Materials / DIY


I wanted to make my Aunt a Birthday gift The idea that came to me was a glass box minimal wood, just to frame the pane So, I started off cutting the first and second
pieces When I went to make the next glass cut, it
broke I only had one pane I had salvaged from the
trash And then I didn’t have enough for the glass
box So I changed it into a wood and glass box Till I broke another piece So I tossed that idea and came with the SteamPunk
lamp The only parts I didn’t have on hand were
a vintage bulb and toggle switch oh and a cord so I got those at Home Depot When I was in private school my Aunt would drive me in the mornings the bus would bring me back in the afternoon She always tells me how I was a curious child I would always ask her questions on our drive. non stop if we passed a cemetery, I’d ask why do people die? and so one she said it was too heavy for a drive you could imagine So she always took me places to the movies, to the beach and on vacations
to Disney World I can remember my Aunt giving me gifts for
Christmas She gave me a mork doll from mork and mindy Books and a writing desk. As a child, I always felt loved I even got into simon and garfunkel because
of her The family went on a trip to sanibel island
one summer She put in a cassette tape of graceland by
paul simon The last track blew me away. it was with blacksmith mambazo I asked if she could play it again and when it was done, I asked her to play
it again I get obsessed with something I like and wear it out I enjoy this type of project You can really break from the norm and be
creative in a different kind of way I hope you liked it If you’re new and have not checked out my
other video’s Consider checking them out I do handyman work but also do commission
furniture for customers Inbetween all that, I create projects I’m
interested in I have video’s of builds like A farmhouse table, LOTR Ax, Comic book chest/box,
a skull chair and secret compartment furniture to name a few Subscribe, like and comment This is Escagedo Woodworking

45 comments found

  1. As always, I love your skills, but the personal history that you share is what makes you and your channel so unique.

  2. that's cool, I like the use of pipes for other than water!, to bad you couldn't of used the handle for a dimmer switch.
    keep up the good work.

    Chuck

  3. I like it! I like your storytelling too. And i am also wearing out stuff i like. I definitely can relate to that. Nice video!

  4. Great looking piece Eloy. if u do another see if u can get the faucet handle to be the light switch,I'm just saying lol. keep up the great work

  5. Very Nice Work Buddy, you have done an Amazing job on That. Loved The story to. Brilliant video throughout. Thank you for sharing……….

  6. Beautiful Lamp really like the Look! I enjoy your story's ,its a good idea so the viewers know you a little Better!

  7. Dude! What a cool piece!

    I really like the storytelling alongside the build. I think you're really onto something!

  8. i subscribed to your channel and hope you like and subscribe to my channel Doug Stevens keep up with your nice videos 🙂

  9. I love the story along with your video. I was the same with my dad forever asking questions. In the early 90's I was working as a hotel reservations manager in a hotel in Connecticut and had the honor of booking and greeting many well known guest. Ladysmith Black Mambazo was one of them. Joseph Shabalala, the founder and music director, invited me as his guest to a concert in the Stamford Theatre. I also had fun going up on stage along with other members of the audience to try to dance their choreography,lol! I own the CD of the cassette tape your mentioned. I love the lamp you made for your aunt, did she like it? Steam punk is an awesome design. By the way, I work at Home Depot. I run the paint department and for a short time I ran electrical too so I recognized all the products you used. I subscribed to your channel and I am looking forward to other videos of your woodworking ideas.

  10. I love the story along with your video. I was the same with my dad forever asking questions. In the early 90's I was working as a hotel reservations manager in a hotel in Connecticut and had the honor of booking and greeting many well known guest. Ladysmith Black Mambazo was one of them. Joseph Shabalala, the founder and music director, invited me as his guest to a concert in the Stamford Theatre. I also had fun going up on stage along with other members of the audience to try to dance their choreography,lol! I own the CD of the cassette tape your mentioned. I love the lamp you made for your aunt, did she like it? Steam punk is an awesome design. By the way, I work at Home Depot. I run the paint department and for a short time I ran electrical too so I recognized all the products you used. I subscribed to your channel and I am looking forward to other videos of your woodworking ideas.

  11. Hi, really like this video tutorial, just subscribed to your channel! I would also like to invite you to join us and publish your lamps and other projects in our steampunk/mechanical group. I am sure a lot of members will like it. Sending you the link and thank you!
    https://b2b.partcommunity.com/community/group/825/steampunk-other-mechanical-cre

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