• Handcrafted in Hidden Springs, Idaho, USA

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    This is Where We Build Everything

    Wood products, phone cases, and wood bar stuff, all handcrafted in hidden springs, idaho, USA #WUDN #ShopLocal

    Always Handcrafted in Hidden Springs, Idaho, USA.

    Wood products, phone cases, and wood bar stuff, all handcrafted in hidden springs, idaho, USA #WUDN #ShopLocal

    Community Fire Station in Hidden Springs, Idaho

    Real-wood phone cases, bar accessories, sunglasses, & more. Retail products? Of course. WUDN Promo SWAG? Yep. The WUDN Collection in your retail store? For sure. Small business is the lifeblood of most communities, probably yours included. Share this, and then tell us how you "shop local" in the comments. I promise to reply to every one. Want some inspiration for your real wooden style? Check out our Instagram Feed below. 

    How can WUDN Help You?

    I want one product for myself or a gift for someone else

    No problem, browse our categories: Wooden Phone Cases | Bar Accessories | Home & Office | Sunglasses | Accessories

    I want to laser engrave something in wood

    Also easy! Take a look at these custom collections: Custom Wooden Phone Cases | Custom Bar Accessories

    And read: The Ultimate Guide to Laser Engraving Your Custom Phone Case

    I need new and cool inventory for my retail store

    Perfect, WUDN is on Faire, a marketplace for retailers. WUDN products are sold wholesale for retail store owners through Faire. WUDN provides $100 in credit for your first order and free shipping for the first year, for customers new to Faire. By creating a free account on Faire, you can get access to Net 60 terms, POS integration through Square and Shopify, and free returns on your first order with WUDN. WUDN will pay no commission on all orders from you on Faire.

    I am a distributor selling customized logo swag to my clients

    We have an entire wholesale promo website just for you. We have an A+ Rating with Sage. Everything in our catalog and more, ready to be laser engraved with your clients logo. 

    I want to dropship sales from my e-commerce website

    Easy. We use shopify and support two of the most popular drop-shipping platforms available. ProductPro and Drop Commerce. Both integrate seamlessly with your e-commerce store, and WUDN delivers great prices and fast drop-shipping for your clients.


    I just want to browse cool wood pictures on your Instagram


    Anything else you can think of? Drop us a line at cameron@shopwudn.com.

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  • iPhone 11 Cases in Real Wood

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    wood iphone 11 case, wood iphone 11 pro case, wood iphone 11 pro max case

    The all new iPhone 11 series cases in real wood are ready. Including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. 

    wooden iphone 11 case, wooden iphone 11 pro case, wooden iphone 11 pro max case 


    • Ultra-Thin Design
    • Large Camera Opening
    • Raised Front Lip
    • Real Wood Construction
    • SureGrip Textured Surface
    • Unique Wood Tone & Grain
    • Large Speaker & Cable Openings
    • Impact Resistant Corners


    Sleek ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight design that flushes right to your phone to minimize bulk.

    Real Protection

    Polycarbonate (TPU) impact-resistant bumper for maximum protection, especially at the corners where you need it the most.

    SureGrip Edges

    Stop worrying about your phone slipping through your fingers. Our ultra slim wooden iPhone case comes equipped with our specialty sure grip surface, keeping your phone in the palm of your hand – no matter the conditions.

    Easy Installation

    Snap-on application for quick & easy installation
    Mahogany, Black Walnut, Carmalized Bamboo, Aromatic Cedar, Purple Heart and Shimmering Maple
    iPhone 11 series cases are available in any one of six real wood species: Mahogany, Black Walnut, Carmalized Bamboo, Aromatic Cedar, Purple Heart and Shimmering Maple. 

    This is the phone case your new iPhone 11 deserves. 

    Since the beginning, we have been focused on doing something different, not just for us, but for you. I couldn’t look at another cheap plastic phone case at the mall kiosk. First, they’re trash, but more important, there are literally millions of those cases in the world, maybe thousands just in your town. Part of our mission is making you distinctive; helping you express a little style in a world where everything is mass produced. A custom wooden case for your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy is a small thing, but for the one piece of electronics that literally never leaves your side, a bit of style can’t hurt.


    Old-School Style

    Our slim wooden iPhone and Samsung cases are handmade from locally sourced wood and built to last through your active lifestyle. Protect your phone while making a statement. Beautiful and functional, these wood phone cases deliver old-school style.




    Can I Customize or Personalize My WUDN iPhone 11 Case?

    Your phone is boring. Your phone case is boring. Even our beautiful wooden phone cases; better, but still boring.
    Your phone may not define you, but it is an important part of how the world sees you. I know you paid extra for your iPhone 11, and that helps to set you apart, but seriously, now you just hold the same premium phone owned by 100 Million other people in the world.
    So what’s the answer to all this sameness, all this boringness? Maybe, a custom wood iPhone case laser engraved with your favorite logo, image or monogram.
    Can I do a cool monogram design with my initials? Can I do an image of my cat? Can I upload original artwork? Done, done and done.
    You want to keep it simple and elegant? Pick from one of our monogram styles.

    Customize, personalize and monogram your real wood iphone 11 case

    Order Your Custom Engraved iPhone 11 Case Today


    Wooden Phone Case Questions & Answers

    Is the phone case covered in real wood?

    Yes, every case is covered in real wood, hand selected by our team for beauty and uniqueness. Wood options for most all of our cases include Mahogany, Black Walnut, Carmalized Bamboo, American Cherry, Aromatic Cedar, Purple Heart or Shimmering Maple.

    How well will this case fit my phone?

    The slim-case fits your phone perfectly. No blockage of the camera port. Sure grip textured sides to enhance your grip and easy access to all ports and buttons. 

    Wooden Phone Cases Fit all the Following iPhone & Samsung Galaxy Models:

    Wood cases for iPhone 6 / 6s - iPhone 6 / 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xr, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
    Wood cases for Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus.

    Does the phone case protect my screen?

    Yes, WUDN slim-cases have a slightly raised lip around the front edge to prevent your phone screen from touching surfaces when placed facedown. Of course, you should always add a glass screen protector.

    Can I still use Qi wireless charging with this phone case?

    Yes, WUDN slim cases do not interfere with Qi wireless charging for iPhone 8 through 11 models or for most all Samsung Galaxy phones. Just be sure to center the Qi receiver in the middle of your charging pad. Purchase a matching wood Qi Wireless Charger

    Does the phone case protect my camera?

    Yes, the phone camera is recessed behind the camera cutout. Although the camera is not covered, because that would result in potato quality photos, the camera should be safe from typical drops.

    Will a case protect the resale value of my phone?

    Yes, keeping your phone in excellent condition goes a long way towards maintaining high resale and trade-in value. You should keep your phone in a case at all times - and always add a real glass (not plastic screen protector). As iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones get more expensive, the resale and trade-in value has been going up as well. For $25 now, you could add several hundred dollars to the value of your phone when it's time to upgrade.

    Will I need a dongle for my headphones?

    No, the WUDN slim cases come with a properly sized cutout for the headphone port (on iPhone 6 models) and lightning port. You will NOT need a dongle for your headphones.

    Can the WUDN case be used with magnetic car and wall mounts?

    WUDN cases do not come with a steel plate built in. We are looking to add that feature in the future. In the meantime, we know of many customers that have added a steel plate inside their WUDN case with great results. Here is a 4-pack of metal plates designed exactly for this purpose.

    How do you make a wooden cell phone case?

    We did a long form blog post about that complete with pictures and videos. Take a look: We Built a Laser Engraved Phone Case from Scratch

    Should I buy more than one WUDN phone case?

    Of course. We have a number of designs from cool artistic skulls to the "Sawtooth Mountains Traveler", and most of our cases are available in different wood types and species. You should have a couple of cases, at least, to change your style to match the moment. Monday through Friday in the office call for a simple, conservative case, and Fridays in the club call for something with a bit more style.

    Will the wood get stained and ugly?

    It could, but unlike plastic and other synthetic materials, our wood cases actually get better looking over time. We ship our cases with only one light layer of polyurethane. This means the case will age and the more you use it, the more the wood will look authentic and vintage. Some artisans actually use coffee to stain wood in beautiful mocha hues. (make sure your phone is out of the case when you decide to drop it in your coffee).

    What is TPU and Why Do I Care?

    WUDN Slim iPhone Cases are made from TPU (Thermoplastic Urethane). TPU is a hybrid material; a mixture between hard plastic and soft silicone. A very dense and smooth rubber, TPU cases are made to slide in and out of the pocket easily, without attracting lint. TPU cases are more durable, slightly elastic and much stronger than silicone. WUDN uses only TPU case templates covered in real wood.


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  • Discover the Phone Wallet RNGR in Real Wood & Leave Your Wallet at Home

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    The Wallet RNGR™ is a small, simple, yet beautiful, wallet, metal ring phone holder and stand, all in one

    I am sick and tired of carrying a wallet. It's thick, heavy, leaves an unsightly bulge in my back pocket, and it bruises my right ass cheek when I drive. It really does, I hate it. And the junk in my wallet? 99 days out of a 100 I don't need it. Seriously, dumb. Just give me a drivers license, 1 credit card and $50 in cash. It's minimalist, but that's really all I need. And we both know your phone goes with you everywhere. The RNGR Wallet combines these two essentials into one simple, easy to carry, minimalist, slim wallet for your phone. Perfect right? 

    introducing the wallet rngr, wooden ring phone holder in real wood

    Perfect for ditching the full wallet, the Wallet RNGR attaches to your phone and holds a few credit cards, your ID and a bit of cash.

    • A Phone Wallet with Phone Holder & Stand Combination
    • Combining the best of a phone wallet, with the functionality of a ring phone holder
    • Holds 2-3 cards, your ID with room for some cash
    • Made with eco-friendly leatherette & Certified sustainable wood
    • Steel Construction works flawlessly with magnetic car mounts
    • Strong 3M adhesive, durable, lightweight but satisfyingly heavy
    • Design Adds less than 1 oz. weight & 6 mm thickness.
    • Ships from USA to to US & International addresses

    For the first time ever, we are offering the Wallet RNGR in all seven of our beautiful wood species:

    wooden RNGR ring phone holder wood wallet popsocket
    Aromatic Cedar, Purple Heart, Mahogany, Shimmering Maple, American Cherry, Carmalized Bamboo, and Black Walnut.

    Flexible & Comfortable

    The Wallet RNGR is the highest quality and most flexible phone ring holder and stand you can buy. With 360 degree rotation for a comfortable fit in your hand at any angle. And, 180 degree of angle for the stand function offering the perfect viewing angle for whatever you are watching.
    Perfectly angled phone stand with 360 degree rotation and 180 degree angle
    The RNGR Wallet that helps your phone case (any phone case) perform double duty. These wallets help to protect your phone from drops, but hold the essentials you’ll need on most days. Travel as light as possible with the RNGR Wallet. 

    Super Durable Design

    The Wallet RNGR is small and lightweight, but the steel construction is satisfyingly heavy to hold to and use. It has the construction and feel, of real quality, compared to cheap and thin plastic ring holders. Or vinyl phone wallets for that matter. Whether you want to ditch your wallet for good, or just want the option to travel light, the RNGR Wallet is the perfect blend of style and function. 
    Strong and durable design, steel and wood phone ring holder
    Need your phone case (any phone case) to pull triple-duty as protection, as a wallet, protective layer, and a kickstand?

    Custom Wood Finishing

    Don’t settle for the same ring holder or popsocket that everyone else has. Stand out from the crowd with a wooden RNGR from WUDN. Each one handmade with real wood, and cut by the WUDN team. So go ahead; show off your style.


    Buy one today, we'll ship it tomorrow



    OK, What About My Phone Case

    Of course you can get a matching phone case, or even a custom phone case with your name or fancy monogram initials laser engraved. 

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  • A Collection of Seriously “Old School Cool”

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    At WUDN, we’re obsessed with the way things used to look. History’s cool kids, so to speak. And not just the coolest people, but the places and things with that certain recognizable feel. Bonus points for pics including beautiful real wood.

    We will be adding to this collection over the coming year. Wanna be featured? Send us your Old School Cool submission to info@shopwudn.com. If it feels right, we’ll put it up. And, tell us how you feel in the comments. We promise to respond to everyone.


    Killer, Carved Wooden Chair - Before & After. Amazing Craftsmanship.

    Killer, Carved Wooden Chair - Before & After. Amazing Craftsmanship.


    Jonas Salk Invented the Polio Vaccine (1950s)

    Jonas Salk invented the polio vaccine (1950s). This man is a hero.

    This man is a hero.  #VaccinesWork  Source

    I had no idea Steve Martin could look Badass, 1971. 

    Top Comment:  "I certainly didn’t wake up this morning expecting to be attracted to Steve Martin, but here we are."

    Top Comment:  "I certainly didn’t wake up this morning expecting to be attracted to Steve Martin, but here we are."

    Carlos Santana 1972

    Carlos Santana 1972 - old-school-cool



    Getting Gas for $1.24 a Gallon in Los Angeles, 1980

    Getting Gas for $1.24 a Gallon in Los Angeles, 1980


    Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher during the making of the first Star Wars [1970s]

    Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher during the making of the first Star Wars [1970s]

    Since we're on the trend of movies that were meaningful to my childhood, Star Wars was the last movie I saw with my Dad at the Fairview Drive In Theater (Boise, ID) in the summer of 1977. Talk about magical. 


    Young Robert Downey Jr. and the cast of Weird Science, 1985.

    Young Robert Downey Jr. and the cast of Weird Science, 1985.


    Shirley Slade, WASP pilot, 1943. She was one of over 1,000 female pilots who ferried B-26 and B-29 bombers and supplies during WWII.

    Shirley Slade, WASP pilot, 1943. She was one of over 1,000 female pilots who ferried B-26 and B-29 bombers and supplies during WWII.


    A Great Dane riding shotgun in a sports car. Hollywood, California 1961.

    A Great Dane riding shotgun in a sports car. Hollywood, California 1961.


    Casino security overlooking the pit. The Mint, Downtown Vegas, 1968.

    Casino security overlooking the pit. The Mint, Downtown Vegas, 1968.


    First known photograph of the "American Soccer Mom" circa 1950

    First known photograph of the "American Soccer Mom" circa 1950

    A NYFD firefighter and his partner at ground zero on 9/11/2001 just after the towers fell

    A NYFD firefighter and his partner at ground zero on 9/11/2001 just after the towers fell

    Still brings tears to my eyes just to think about it. Has it already been long enough that these two heroes qualify as old school cool? I say yes.


    Joan Jett and Debbie Harry, 1977

    Joan Jett and Debbie Harry, 1977 #OldSchoolCool

    Best Comment: " How did Debbie Harry know literally everyone cool, especially everyone cool in NY, and also was at the front of like every cool movement from punk, to hip-hop, to graffiti, to indie films, to new wave, how"

    This Milkman in London, 1940

    This Milkman in London, 1940. Old-School-Cool #WUDN #OldSchoolCool #Brexit

    With all this Brexit craziness, just a reminder, the Brits have survived worse. 


    Catherine Leroy, a French photographer who went to Vietnam at age 21.

    Old School Cool. Catherine Leroy, a French photographer who went to Vietnam at age 21. She spent 2 years in Vietnam

    She spent 2 years in Vietnam, was captured by the NVA and wounded by friendly fire. Here she prepares to make a combat jump with the 173rd Airborne. 

    23 Year Old John Wayne in 1930.

    23 Year Old John Wayne in 1930. Old School Cool 


    Mr. Rogers on the first ever episode of “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” ~1968

    Mr. Rogers on the first ever episode of “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” ~1968

    Best Comment: "500 bucks, a pair of tennis shoes, a sweater, and some crude puppets. It don’t take much to change tens of thousands of lives, if not more."


    Young Men “reading” Playboy (1971)

    Young Men “reading” Playboy (1971). I know they’re just reading the articles.

    I know they’re just reading the articles. Source

    Hotel Reception Desk, Giant Quartersawn Log

    Hotel Reception Desk, Giant Quartersawn Log - Old School Cool

    The Douglas Hotel (Vancouver)

    Best Comment: “You don’t check in at this hotel, you log in.”


    Earliest known photo of a surfer. Hawaii, 1890

    Earliest known photo of a surfer. Hawaii, 1890 - old school cool

    Surfing was a sport in ancient Polynesia that was first observed by Europeans during Captain Cook’s voyage to Hawaii in 1788.

    Best Comment: I love that he's got that post-surf chilled out vibe going on. Likes he's reflecting and maybe mind-surfing a set wave.”


    Young Men “reading” Playboy (1971)

    Young Men “reading” Playboy (1971) Old School Cool


    A boy and his dog share a laugh, 1930s

    A boy and his dog share a laugh, 1930s Old School Cool


    Get blown away by these Maxell cassette tape ads.

    One of the greatest marketing visuals ever created, IMHO. The image is art and you can even buy the framed print on Amazon.  

    Get blown away by these Maxell cassette tape ads.


    Best comment on Reddit: “Back when big-budget advertising meant the full creative force of an office full of cocaine and anxiety was concentrated into a single iconic image rather spread blandly across than 1000 bloggers vloggers and influencers.


    The video didn’t age quite as well but it still brought back the 80’s feels.

    10-year-old Christopher Walken in 1953

    10-year-old Christopher Walken in 1953

    "I’m telling you, fellas — you’re gonna want that cowbell on the track."


    This is a certified badass right here. Old School Cool.

    In 1966, Bobbi Gibb was denied entry into the Boston Marathon - the race director said women were “physiologically unable to run marathon distances”. So, she wore a hoodie, borrowed her brother’s gym shorts, and finished ahead of two-thirds of the male finishers. This is a certified badass right here. Old School Cool.

    In 1966, Bobbi Gibb was denied entry into the Boston Marathon


    Elvis Presley During his Time in the Army, 1958

    Elvis Presley during his time in the army, 1958

    Source: Elvis Presley during his time in the army, 1958

    Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, 1972

    Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, 1972

    You won't believe me... This picture of Keith Richards was taken over 47 years ago. Source

    Keanu Reeves & Sandra Bullock 1994

    We will probably open and close with Keanu. His laid-back style is as cool as it gets, and his philosopher wisdom borders on the mythical. Here he is with Sandra Bullock in 1994. Keanu is so cool, the're writing articles about the history of his coolness

    WUDN Old-School Cool, Keanu Reeves & Sandra Bullock 1994

    This man carving wood with a magnifying glass and the sun.

    I don’t really care how old the picture is… This cool guy is carving an awesome wood table, with nothing but some glass and the sun. Could have been a hundred years ago. It’s totally cool.

    WUDN Old-School Cool, This man carving wood with a magnifying glass and the sun.



    Steve McQueen - The King of Cool - 1960s/1970s

    Alt: WUDN Old-School Cool, Steve McQueen - The King of Cool - 1960s/1970s



    PS. We “find” lots of stuff on the Interwebs and (if possible) we promise to recognize or link to the original – or at least the original, as we found it.  

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  • 20 Best (Completely Addictive) DIY Woodworkers on YouTube

    1 comment / Posted by Cameron Christian

    Woodworking is a very interesting craft to watch, and there’s something amazing about seeing a great woodworker build something from scratch out of a piece of lumber. Even if you’re not a woodworker, or you are a beginner just getting started and learning the ins and outs of the craft, or you have been working with wood for many years, watching great woodworking videos on YouTube is an excellent way to learn about making different pieces, and maybe inspire you for your next project. I’d like to draw your focus to 20 amazing YouTube woodworking channels that are worth checking out and subscribing to for their amazing work. Have an addition for our list, comment below. I promise to respond to all of them.


    1. Frank Howarth

    The work that Frank Howarth does is absolutely enchanting. It’s not the best channel to learn from if you’re a beginner, but it’s still worth following for everyone interested in woodworking simply to admire the beautiful work that he does. Regardless of what he’s making, from a bookshelf to a wooden phone case, the pieces are always very artfully created, and all of it is done with incredible film-making skills and stop-motion work. Even for those that have never watched a woodworking video, this is a must-see channel to subscribe to.


    2. John Heisz

    John Heisz is based in Canada, and his work is a lot more accessible than Frank Howarth, but no less visually stunning. Some of his videos are absolutely crazy, but his channel is worth subscribing to simply because it’s so approachable and useful, from novice-level instructions for no-measuring methods to making your own tools. His videos have a very informal feel to them, and he really engages with his viewers to make each video very interesting.


    3. Jay Bates

    Jay Bates is the go-to YouTube channel for novice woodworkers that want to learn more about the craft. His work is extremely accessible, regardless of whether you have the tools and knowledge. His choice of techniques, his tools, and even his friendly and easy to follow presentation style are all extremely appealing to watch. Jay Bates understands that the biggest obstacle in woodworking for those starting out isn’t the work itself but it’s in the planning stages. When you first start out, you’re unsure about the process. For example, if you want to make a wooden iPhone case, you have to figure out how to make the wooden phone case you want to make, what tools and materials will be needed, and how much to buy. Therefore, Jay has a whole series of tutorials on planning projects for woodworking called SketchUp.


    4. GarageWoodworks

    GarageWoodworks is run by Brian Grella, who actually has a PhD in medicinal chemistry. On this channel, you’ll find an interesting mix of atmospheric videos that don’t really have much in the way of explanations, but also some excellent woodworking videos that break down the how-to aspect of making different items, like a stunning wooden bowl created with only a router and a drill press. Novice woodworkers will appreciate this channel for its excellent guides to different projects.


    5. HomeMadeModern

    The HomeMade Modern site is actually a commercial, but it’s fantastic as it showcases that commercials don’t have to be annoying to viewers. This channel is run by a tool company called Ryobi, but instead of making a channel with commercials about its tools, it’s a fantastic woodworking DIY source. The videos are produced professionally in a similar fashion to “authentic” YouTube DIY woodworker channels, but they’re all explained clearly and easy to follow for beginners. The style of the videos makes this a great channel to subscribe to, and the bonus is that all the projects shown in the videos require only standard tools to make, nothing complicated.


    6. Jimmy Diresta

    Jimmy Diresta is a talented woodworker who can create everything and anything, and he has a very distinctive and original video style. They are extremely meditative and it’s interesting to watch his creations take form under your eyes. His tool of choice is the bandsaw and he has used many different materials successfully. Also interesting, he seems to love branding every possible surface with his name and has placed it strategically all over his work. Jimmy Diresta will be the first person to say that his videos aren’t instructional, they’re entertainment, and it’s absolutely important to accept that, because he does not always follow the best woodworking safety practices in his shop.


    7. The Wood Whisperer

    This woodworker has been active on YouTube for many years now and has amazing videos to watch, both free and paid content. He has a lot of video tutorials, such as magazine racks, wooden iPhone cases, and much more. What’s great about his channel is that all of his projects have a purpose, like making a wooden phone case, but he uses that purpose to showcase many different techniques you can use on other projects in the future. The Wood Whisperer, known as Marc J. Spagnuolo, is extremely knowledgeable and entertaining to watch. With a background in tech, his videos are extremely well made and high quality. Although not all the content is free, there’s enough on there that will get you well on your way to improving your woodworking abilities. The Wood Whisperer.


    8. Woodworking for Engineers

    This is a Canadian website, not YouTube channel, but it’s a great one to follow because you will learn how to build so many useful things such as a stand-up laptop table. This format is different because they’re not actually videos, but more of a presentation slide approach, where each step will be represented by a single image and detailed text instructions and links. This is actually easier to browse and look through the site, but the downside is that there’s less visual information than you would get in a traditional video like those on the rest of this list. There is some video content like useful tutorials, but it’s not the primary means of instruction. Woodworking for Engineers is really for those that want to be inspired to make something other than typical home furniture and is full of geeky wooden contraptions, such as the laptop table, an adding machine, or a phone case made of wood.


    9. Steve Ramsey

    Steve Ramsey, also known by the channel name Woodworking for Mere Mortals, is a very entertaining woodworker to watch. There’s a big community of users around this channel, and because of that a lot of information floating around. The design isn’t the best of those on this list, but it may be one of the most instructive. He also really engages his viewers in his projects which is exciting, and will often post things that are fun or engaging, not all about projects.


    10. I Like To Make Stuff

    This channel, simply called I Like To Make Stuff, is all about tinkering around in the work shop and trying different things, from working on a controlled dust collection to building bookcases with secret doors. This channel is all about coming up with cool ideas for building stuff and then showing the process behind making it happen. If you want to be inspired for your next project, or you just like seeing inventors at work and the creative process behind their ideas, this is the right channel for you.


    11. Drunken Woodworker

    This woodworker has extremely high standards for his work, loves to share his craft with others and explain how to make different objects, and also happens to really enjoy his beer. Many people will relate to these videos for these reasons and he is very popular. His approach to woodworking is very accessible and easy to understand for all viewers, and he comes up with amazing finished products, curved inlays, and more. Drunken Woodworker.


    12. Brian Oltrogge

    Brian Oltrogge Channel. This addition on our list comes from Johnny Elkstrom, a popular lifestyle editor at 1 Day 2 Write and Next Coursework. An ardent supporter of Brian Oltrogge’s work, Elkstrom says that “this guy isn’t limited to just woodworking, but all kinds of DIY work. If your interests expand beyond woodworking to metal work, leather work, casting and 3D printing, this is the channel for you. Brian Oltrogge is a genius when it comes to make prototypes then build something.”


    13. Darbin Orvar

    Linn’s channel, unlike others on this list, is more focused on industrial projects although she does a mix of everything. Quality work is very important to her so none of the videos have any short cuts. She has videos showing projects ranging from tool boxes to knives, lamps, note books, or iPhone cases. This is definitely the channel to watch for inspiration as there is such a wide diversity of projects showcased here.


    14. Chris Salomone

    This highly understated channel has produced some absolutely magnificent projects, and all the videos are narrated and full of important details, including how to choose products to the right methods to use when making your project. You definitely won’t be confused or left wanting after watching his work.


    15. Get Hands Dirty

    Another female woodworker, Cristiana from Portugal, is a must-watch artist on YouTube. She has such a wide range of DIY projects including tech, woodwork, and metalwork. This is the place to check out to see true innovation and creation at work. You’ll see that her favorite project is one that creates an exciting and different solution to everyday problems that people have.


    16. Ishitani Furniture

    This channel showcases absolutely mind-blowing levels of craftsmanship by hand, without tools. This woodworker’s shop, methods, and his personal flair and style all capture the old-fashioned method of hand crafting pieces. Everything he does shows his love and respect for the craft, down to his beautiful and immaculate shop.


    17. April Wilkerson

    This step-by-step channel is the one to follow when you have some major home improvement projects on your to-do list, as she will explain how to get through them one step at a time to avoid overwhelming viewers. She’s a great host and there’s no shortage of projects and inspiration on this platform.


    18. The Samurai Carpenter

    Arts blogger Jonathan Thureau, well known for his articles at Write My X and Brit Student, his favorite YouTube woodworking channel is the Samurai Carpenter. As Thureau shares, “this woodworker mostly creates wood projects but will also sometimes release something showing stone or metal work which is also high quality. This is a great channel for getting new ideas for interesting projects like wooden phone cases or other little wooden gadgets.”


    19. KRTWOOD

    This man is more than a woodworker, he’s a pure artist. He is a professional woodworker by trade, but this channel is all about his personal projects which he does on the side for fun. The videos are a bit more difficult than others to follow if you’re a beginner, but it’s worth subscribing simply for the fun and wonder of seeing what he’s able to create and give you something to aspire to.


    20. Izzy Swan

    Izzy Swan is more of an inventor than a woodworker, and his channel is absolutely mesmerising to watch as his projects come to life before your very eyes. Although some of the videos just show the progress of his creation, many of them are step by step guides that anyone can follow along with. Subscribe to this one channel right away.



    There are so many DIY videos and woodworking tutorials on YouTube, some of which are also incredible, but we couldn’t mention them all here, so we had to choose our 20 favorite artists. Carpentry and woodworking videos are the best way to truly see the different opportunities that exist with wood. Until social media and YouTube, craftsmanship and woodworking was a dying art, but now people can document and share the amazing creations that they make. Whether you’re interested in learning how to make a wooden iPhone case, a canoe, new furniture for your home, or you just want to watch artists at work, these YouTube channels are the perfect place to start!


    About the Author

    Joel Syder, an all-around handyman, writes for Dissertation Help and PhD Kingdom. He loves writing about his creations to help others tune in to their artistic side and sharing his latest project ideas. You can find more of his work at Academic Brits.

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