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Artist's Paint Tabouret

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Artist's Paint TabouretMy wife, the artist, got tired of rummaging through an old shoe bin for her watercolor paint tubes. Dear, Can't you make something! So, this is what I came up with. The case is made of Sapele and the drawers are Baltic Birch. The back is an old piece of Oak ply. She found the pulls online someplace and has since added label holders. She loves it as do her artist friends.Thanks for looking



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The Swiss Army Pocket Knife for Carvers

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The Swiss Army family of knives, and their contemporary descendants – the Multi-tools, are a good solution for on-the-go situations. Although these tools can never really be a perfect substitute for the ergonomics and efficiency of the individual tool, their …Source

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Wall unit

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Wall unitThis wall unit is 10 feet tall. Made with cabinet grade poplar core maple plywood. The finish is white precat laquer. Has.flush mount LED lights in an aluminum track with a defuser lens. Drawers have self closing glides and the doors have self closing hinges. Resessed panel doors and drawers. This unit will be dismantled, put on pallets and shipped our of state. The one you see in the background is also for the same customer. That one is made of ash plywood and solid ash. It will be stained gray and it has a desk attached. Both these units go wall to wall.



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VASE FROM LOG A NEIGBOUR GAVE ME

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VASE FROM LOG A NEIGBOUR GAVE MEAbout two years ago a Neighbour was clearing trees from their yard and gave me some small logs. Not sure what tree It was but it is very heavy wood.
I thought I would have a go at making a large Vase. The Log was 12 inches long. The Vase is 9 1/2 inches in length and 4 inches in diameter. Depth is 7 inches. I drilled the hole with a series of Forstener Bits until the Diameter of the hole was big enough to fit the glass insert…(Chillie Sauce Bottle) I allowed plenty of wriggle room for comfortable removing and replacing of insert.
I will give the Vase to my Neighbours.The Vase is finished with about 4 coats of Food Safe Bench Top Varnish, softy rubbed between coats with 0000 Steel Wool.Kind regards to all Lumber Jocks….....Cliff



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