Say Thanks To Tom

A few of you have contacted me asking how to send a thank you gift or bitcoins in appreciation of the time and money my plans have saved.

I do my best to make sure the plans I post online are as informative and easy to follow as possible. It takes quite a bit of time to make sure the plans fit the purpose, minimize the use of material to save money and can be built using tools the average DIY'er will have or can afford to buy, borrow or rent.

When a friend helps you out with a project like these beer and pizza is the usual "thank you" gesture but that's a little hard to send online. :)

I shop a lot on Amazon. You can send me an Amazon E-Mail Gift Card or send me a tip through PayPal using the email address

If you'd like, leave your email address in the message. Also please note I can only use the gift cards from amazon.com, not any of the other countries.

You can choose any amount you'd like and it's something I'd appreciate and put to use.

Thank you to everyone that has sent me a gift. Feel free to use the email address to send me pictures of projects you've built from my plans as well.

Thank you,
Tom

55 comments :

  1. Thank you so much!!!!:) Mr. Tom, Now we can really use the space.
    would have any plans for an closet 34w - 65.5L- 96h
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful SKILLS

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    1. Thank you for the very useful tips & guides for using the circular saw..

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  2. Thanks, i am getting ready to build a hutch and didn't know how I was going to construct the drawers This came at just the right time!

    Spencer

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  3. Very good idea. I have something similar in my garage. But this beats mine. Will definitely be constructing this for the basement and upgrading my garage one. Thanks loads

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  4. Great ideas, enjoy your web page and look forward to building garage cabinets with your building plans

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  5. Thank you very much.
    Amer Hilmi

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  6. Thanks Tom
    I am designing a kitchen but didn't know how to undertake drawer construction and was going to get a pre-made drawer cabinet kit - all white MDF/ melamine finishes....YUK!
    Your plans make it both simple, logical and [accepably] foolproof to undertake 'real' [plywood] drawer construction.
    Cheers Mate.
    Grame B
    Australia

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  7. Thanks Tom

    Your guide is the best one I've seen. Everything is simple and logical (even for me)!

    Regards,
    Hank

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  8. VERY WELL DONE!! Accurate without boring visitor with unnecessary fluff, while still avoiding pitfalls,
    THANK YOU

    WATERSPIDER

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  9. Great plans, well made. Awesome visuals and instructions.

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  10. very clear instructions and details.
    I do like it.

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  11. This is the best writeup I've seen on building drawers. I will be putting them to the test this weekend!
    Thanks.

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  12. Thanks for the info. I am planning on organizing my shop and this is just what I need. I have some [3] open sided cabinets and wonder if 1/2 in. mdf would be OK for sides for the slides. Tks Ole

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  13. Thank you for this, this was the clearest overview I have seen so far, ready to start building!

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  14. Listen up Tommy boy, these people may be fooled by your little act of so called kindness, but i am not. what a waste of time for you this page did not help anyone. everyone just said nice stuff because they felt bad for how much time you wasted. hope youre proud Tom. have a good one

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    1. You didn't have your coffee and chill pill, I see.........

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  15. GEE! Thanks Tom...so helpfull,your desk was the best i found so far...Finna build it now...
    Thanks in Advance,Cheers .

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    1. Be sure to send me a pic when you're done! :)

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    2. Thank you for your description of leather repair. This is very helpful and I now feel ready to start my project

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  16. I never comment on the net. But, thank you so much! You answered a lot of my questions.

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  17. Thanks Tom. Great info and very detail instruction. I'm going to do my first diy kitchen cabinets project with your info. Appreciation very much for the sharing.

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  18. fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!! Awesome!

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  19. This was really helpful. Thank you so much for sharing! :D

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  20. Thank you very much!! really good information I´ve been looking for the perfect dyi step-by-step an found your instruction the best for my project, I am doing my first DIY kitchen,and wanted to say thank you for sharing your work and can´t wait to start! Happy woodworking!

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  21. This is almost completely what I am looking for. How to connect the 4 wires from a single phoneline to the RJ45 wall jack. I was looking where the 4 wires needed to be punched to let my phone work when plugged in.
    Thank you for this eleborate explanation with pictures and schematics.

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  22. Thank you so much tom I am about to take on my first project

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  23. very good instructions am going to start kitchen renovations jan 2016. why not just screw and glue sides to front and back without using a pocket hole jig??

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  24. Thank You! As a novice I found this article easy to follow. The lenguage is clear and the instructions are well elaborated and in deep. Most appreciated is the time spend on the "why" which solve the questions you may have.

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  25. Thank you for the kind words Beginer101. To which article are you referring?

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  26. Thank you for all the great info on hangers! I just wanted to ask a question. The box that the no-slip velvet hangers came in, says: Before use please dip in the water? So I have to get them all wet before you can use them? Thanks

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  27. Looked everywhere on the web and found this to be the best description of how to add the elusive "C" wire. I followed Tom's instructions and the thermostat now works perfectly. Thanks

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  28. Thank you for the insightful information. Looks like there are no good options that will allow us to automate thehome and maintain privacy.

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  29. Thanks I appreciate your time and effort.This is great I was looking for some plans to build some draws for my work bench, what a great way to get it done Thanks once again

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  30. Tom this is excellent and helps provide a lot clarity on what I need to do as I am planning to wire for my home. Keep up the good work, we need more of this open shared ideas!

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  31. Thanks Tom. Wasn't sure how long to build my drawer when using a metal rail. Found it on your sight. Thanks

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  32. Thanks Tom. Of all the sites to choose from I went to yours first and was well pleased. I'm looking to replace my hangers and was hoping to find ones that wouldn't crease dress slacks. I hope I choose the right ones when shopping. Sure appreciate your thoughts and choices.

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  33. even though though the repairs I need to make are on a couple faux leather jackets, I genuinely appreciate the info... they are in good shape everywhere but the back of the necks & I paid good money for them so i would like to try and salvage them. Ive seen product on TV but wasnt sure if this kimd of stuff really works. Thank you so much for taking the time to explain all this and give your review ans tips.

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  34. 2 and a half years later, your great info is still being used. I just built a 750sf woodshop and tomorrow I will confidently build cabinets for my tools. Thanks a million for taking the hours to make this page. Kudos.

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  35. Thanks you very mucht Tom! At last I have found what long looked for :)

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  36. Thank You Tom, this is our first Father & Son project, to start teaching him how to use tools.

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  37. Been looking for this info. I appreciate it very much.

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  38. thank you i was looking for this information

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  39. Thanks for the lighting tips; they were a great help! I saw your blog
    today for the first time and will definitely check back . . .

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  40. Just getting started in wood working and just seen and read your plans on how build drawers. It was excellent. Can these plans be purchased? I didn't notice if you wanted to purchase them or download them for purchase? They plans easy to understand and follow. Thank-You

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  41. Tom, that was the best explanation I have ever seen on this punch down block. The theory, description and pics are right on time. Thank you so much sir.

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