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(December 31) Contest is closed: Click here to vote for your favorite entry


Entries close December 31st, 2011
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The Holiday season is upon us and it's the time of giving! The kind folks over at Infinity Tools have kindly donated prizes for this year's Holiday contest! A special thanks to everyone at Infinity Tools for this generous donation of great quality woodworking products!

How to Enter

To enter this years holiday contest you must post a picture or multiple pictures of a woodworking project you created. It can be anything as long as it involves woodworking. Furthermore it must be a project you created and it cannot be someone else's creation. You will be able to enter the contest until December 31st, 2011. Once the contest closes, the top 10 submissions will be picked and the community will vote on which projects will earn first, second and third place. The prizes will be awarded mid-January 2012. Best of luck to all contestants and we look forward to seeing your projects!

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  • Question: Can I submit a project that was built from purchased / free plans?
    Answer: Yes of course, the only requirement is that you made the project.

    Question: Does it matter which year I made the project in?
    Answer: Nope. If you made the project 10 years ago, it still qualifies. The only requirement is that you made the project.

    Question: How do I enter?
    Answer: Simply post a picture or multiple pictures (one is fine though) of a project you have made, it can be anything as long as it involved woodworking.
Prizes

1st Prize
10-Piece Essential Router Bit Set, a $199.90 value
View the Product: 10-Piece Essential Router Bit Set


2nd Prize
Professional Coping Sled, a $139.90 value
View the Product: Professional Coping Sled


3rd Prize
10" x 40T x 1/8" kerf Super General Saw Blade, a $109.90 value
View the Product: 10" x 40T x 1/8" kerf Super General Saw Blade


Contest Details
  • You must be a registered member of RouterForums.com (Not a member? Click here to Register an account.)
  • You may not enter the contest on multiple forum accounts. Maximum of 1 entry per individual.
  • You must post pictures of your woodworking project in order for your entry to be valid.
  • Costs of shipping is at the expense of the contest winner. Meaning the prize you win will cost you $0.00, although you are responsible for any associated shipping costs.
  • Entry phase stops on December 31st, 2011
  • Voting phase will begin January 1st, 2012
  • The three winners will be voted on by the community and announced by mid-January, 2012. Good luck everyone!


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Hey Bill to be entered you must share a picture of a woodworking project you made. If you need help attaching your picture to your post, please send me a message via PM or via our contact form: http://www.routerforums.com/sendmessage.php

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I'm sure that Infinity Tools just didn't pick the forum *L*.. Thats for the leg work Mark in putting this together!! Just another reason why this forum is one of the best of the best.

And of course cudo's to Infinity Tools for making such generous prizes available...very cool.
This should be alot of fun......

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I'm sure that Infinity Tools just didn't pick the forum *L*.. Thats for the leg work Mark in putting this together!! Just another reason why this forum is one of the best of the best.

And of course cudo's to Infinity Tools for making such generous prizes available...very cool.
This should be alot of fun......
Thanks for your kind comments Bill, the owner of Infinity Tools made it easy, he's a great guy and is very easy to talk to.

I agree this is going to be fun, I'm looking forward to all the submissions

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This is a cradle I made for a Grandchild.
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Default my little project for contest entry

OK so you can see that my little entry is pretty little! It's a dollhouse and I am making everything on and in it but this is one of the best shots. I had no documentation so had to wing it a bit...

loved working with my mini tablesaw!
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Made for my grandson after he outgrew the crib version from the transitional crib/bed plans by Rockler.
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Good day all,

It's my first post here so I'm starting by say hello to all of you. Sorry for my English, French is my first language. I'm new to woodworking since about a year and I enjoy it a lot.

I made this unit for her and in same time to practice my woodworking techniques in taking rough wood up to this project. I used the panel gluing technique and learned a lot! I used poplar because I knew my daughter wanted this house paint!

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