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What to do with those pesky cutoffs

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What to do with those pesky cutoffsHad a bunch of 2×6 cutoffs from a farmhouse table project and my wife saw some of these type of things on pinterest so this is going to be our Christmas fundraiser this year. they measure 4 1/2” x 4 1/2”



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Latest cars

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Latest carsThese two cars are the latest projects. They are made using black walnut and maple, with other woods like padauk, coco bola, redwood, Brazilian cherry and bamboo for trim. Don't know why the photos are rotated?????



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Bear (dog?) glasses holder

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Bear (dog?) glasses holderThis was a quick, fun little project. My younger daughter got her first glasses recently, and I thought she'd appreciate a glasses stand/holder. Googling around for ideas, I saw a very similar design to this for sale on Etsy, and immediately knew this was ideal for my bear-obsessed kiddo.Well, it was supposed to be a bear anyway—I thought I was being clever both in the oblong mouth (created using my circle-cutting jig set a bit wider than the stip of wood) and the ears (the offcuts from the legs), but the overall effect looks a little more dog than bear, I think. Ah well, it's cute, and I think she'll like it. I'm saving it for a Christmas present.Body, ears and nose are walnut; eyes, snout and glasses rest are maple, all leftovers from other projects. Finished with several coats of General Finishes Wood Bowl Finish.



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