Make An LED Backlit Cross with Hand Cut Mitered Bridle Joinery | Woodworking | How To |

Make An LED Backlit Cross with Hand Cut Mitered Bridle Joinery | Woodworking | How To |
Making an LED backlit Cross for my childhood church just in time for Easter. I used traditional hand tools and hand cut mitered bridle joinery to connect the wood pieces.

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Make An LED Backlit Cross with Hand Cut Mitered Bridle Joinery | Woodworking | How To |

12 thoughts on “Make An LED Backlit Cross with Hand Cut Mitered Bridle Joinery | Woodworking | How To |”

  1. Best part of the video was at 7:41 where you start planing away, revealing the patterns in the wood. Excellently done, amazing shot.

  2. Crosses are weird. Thousands of people were tied to and killed on them, and we hang them everywhere. That's not meant demeaningly. You made something horrible into something beautiful, which is appropriate considering what it represents.

  3. Nice job. Like that "router?" I think you called it? Never seen one of those before, looks like a neat tool.

  4. Looks Good! I'll think i'll do a use a similar design for a Pentagram at my church of Satan, although I'll probably just use a red LED strip.

  5. Shout-out from Sweden! You inspire me a lot with your work. Everything is so well thought-through and explained.
    Keep it up! 🙂

  6. I hate the fact that when makeing something as beautyful as your videos you have to worry about a disclaimer to remind people that they are responsible for the things they do… makes me sick! Grate videos, grate projects, carry on… Thanks for takeing the time to do this!

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