TheWoodcrafter.net
The Woodcrafter Page
Copyright © 2004.
My Basic Projects
The Retro Section
Jr. Woodcrafter
Detailed Plans
Completed Items
About
Events
Lathe Work
Safety - Hints
Pic Gallery
Search - Links
Home
Dollhouses
Birdhouses
Click here to get a FREE Rockler Catalog and help support this site.
Moorestown Hardware
Here's my local hardware store.  Check it out.
Guest Book
Contact Us
The Woodcrafter Page - Copyright © 2004 - Keith Davies. All rights reserved.
The Woodcrafter Page - Copyright © 2004 - Keith Davies. All rights reserved.

Log Cabin Incense Burner.

Enjoy the wonderful scent of pine burning in the fireplace during winter.
This attractive, yet easy to build, log cabin incense burner looks great on the windowsill..


Right click here to download the full size pdf file.

* * * * * * * * *
Click on the drawings (to left) to download hi res drawings.

* * * * * * * * *

Detailed Instructions
*********** WARNING***********
Read my page on safety before building this item.

Materials needed:
Any wood will work for this simple - fun project but redwood looks great.
Materials needed:
3 - 36" long 1/4" dowels.
10" long piece of 1" * 5" plank (3/4" finshed).
One clay / ceramic tile 1" x 1".
A lot of pine incense cones - available from Lands End.

Construction:
1. First, dwnload the Adobe Acrobat pdf file by right clicking on the drawing above then print out the full size drawings.
2. Cut the pieces of dowel and glue them together, carefully, with a clear woodworking glue such as Elmer's.
3. For the ends, make a rectangular side then mark the angles and cut the roof slant to shape.
4. Cut out one roof section from the 3/4" stock then resaw it into two 3/8" thick pieces on the band saw.
5. Cut the 17 degree bevels on the top and bottom edges as indicated in the drawing.
6. Glue the supports to the bottom of the roof about 1" from the outer edges.
7. Glue the supports to the bottom of the roof about 1" from the outer edges.
8. Cut out the chimney then glue it to the center of the roof.
9. Drill a 3/8" hole all the way through the center of the chimney and through the roof.
10. Glue the four wall sections together and glue this assembly to the base.
11. You may need to drill a 3/8" hole in your ceramic or clay holder to hold the incense cones.
12. NEVER use this item near flamables and NEVER leave a burning incense unattended.