Making 34 Phone or Business Card Holders with 50 bucks

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32 Responses to Making 34 Phone or Business Card Holders with 50 bucks

  1. donktheclown says:

    Holy crap!! Where are you located, Siberia????

  2. Chris Sekely says:

    I'm just curious… Did you glue that one front strip in backwards? If you did, I'm sure you'll know what I'm talking about. They still look fine as they are either way.

  3. Puryear Eaker says:

    Nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google woodprix and learn how to do it easily.

  4. Night Woodworker says:

    Awsome video man! First time viewer and I'm here to stay! 🙂
    You got yourself a new subscriber 🙂

  5. christopher dustin says:

    I just found your channel I subscribed and liked. I enjoyed hoe you did the mass production. I have never thought about using rubber bands to clamp. new thing to remember.

  6. the green man says:

    as we say in london; " roberts yer muvvers bruvver"

  7. Ron says:

    Ya know, I would have sat there and made them one at a time! nice work! $460… USD or CAD? lol

  8. Matt Brander says:

    Esscusi babadib oop,  bibbid boop,  boop bidi bop!

  9. Make Something says:

    Wait, Bob is my uncle? This changes everything!

  10. Make Crazydays says:

    The wishbone like push / guide stick is pretty cool.  I like that idea.  I think I'm going to need to make one of those to see how it works.

  11. Wood 'n' Stuff w/ Steve French says:

    They look pretty nice. Keep up the good work.

  12. AdventuresInDIY says:

    Great project! I see that Rosetta Stone is paying off in spades 🙂

  13. Robbiethewoodturner says:

    Great bit of work Jason 
    Is it cold there you were steaming along 🙂 

  14. Shannon Fargo says:


  15. your home workshop says:

    very cool how you made one giant piece then cut them to size,very smart and time saving 

  16. diycentral says:

    Nice. Awesome profit too.

  17. stephen dickinson says:

    I like it.  Good job, good profit.  

  18. Stone and Sons Workshop says:

    Turned out great. Good job on getting the most out of the wood.

  19. Simply Wooden Creations says:

    Nice video, it kept me watching I wanted to to see the finish. They look great  I have to admit it looked cold in your shop. 🙂

  20. Rock-n H Woodshop says:

    Love the enthusiasm and personality Jason. Business card holders turned out great. "There you go, Bob's your uncle".

  21. Romaine Athey says:

    It's simple, Just go to Woodprix page – and enter the Wood World.

  22. Dinesh P Karayi says:

    Dear friend,

    I like your way of explaining things with no showoff or professional BLA BLA BLA. Your explanation is from your heart… Keep it up and GOD BLESS YOU

    Best regards

  23. ron cullen says:

    thank jeff i make toys can i do a videos from start to finish on say a race car appreciate your input

  24. Alain Prefontaine says:

    Nice work Jeff, for the clear honest video. Keep it up.

  25. Bee Free says:

    Thanks, you did fine, So many other sites talk above my head like I know what they are talking about…you explained it simply but I get the idea…Much appreciated!

  26. Llewellyn Harris says:

    great explanation I am going to share your video here in India. Do give us some tips now and then. you need to call me it's Llewellyn Harris
    Mobile No +919629057649

  27. Tn.Tim Bushcraft says:

    Thanks for the video Jeff, and I think you did a great job of explaining it! This is something I've wandered about for awhile now. I just started this channel for my bushcraft videos only but I have another channel mostly about tobacco pipe making, some custom knives I made and a few machining videos where I have more subscribers and more views. I may look into this at least for my other channel.

    PS. I'm a subscriber and have watched quite a few of your videos but I don't always remember to hit the like button. I didn't realize that hitting the like button was helpful in getting paid. I'll fix that! 😉

  28. BlackLocustMusic says:

    We realize that this video IS the video you're using to make the money with. The stove and spoon carving makes no money. But thanks.

  29. Kevin Jeffreys says:

    Thanks for making this video.  It really helped motivate me to start recording my first video that I've been thinking about for far too long.  As a side note, I watched a lot of your videos (advertisements included) through a Roku system on my tv and I just noticed that your view counts didn't go up.  I was curious so I got on the computer and watched some of them and the view counts went up immediately.  It seem like they are getting free advertising because you are not getting credit for the view.  Maybe they are working to fix this, but I just thought I'd mention it. 

  30. Andrew Frudd says:

    This is great Jeff, I definitely think you should share this on the FB sloyd page. It is good to have multiple income streams, I might even have a go myself!

  31. phil luke says:

    Great video Jeff, I think it would be a good idea to have a video of how to make money from carving. Cos I find it hard to get more than 2 spoons done in a day, got any tips.

  32. Carter Smith says:

    Your videos are really good. Keep making them. Could you do a video where you show all the tools you use?