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AnitaP
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I cut 19mm thick Tasmanian Oak into 30mm strips on the table saw.Turned these strip's on their side so that the board will have a thickness of 30mm.Ar ...

JoeAzza
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We are currently in lockdown, to relieve the boredom, I made these small knife block stands, a single one and a double one, I had some cedar wood offc ...

AidanE
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After seeing large grazing boards selling for over $100 I thought I would have a crack at making one for my girlfriend. It turned out great and only c ...

WatersD
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Hi EveryoneI'm revamping my dining table and I'm going to be covering it with pictures (vintage postcards). So hubby and I have decided a clear epoxy ...

EliC
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Community Manager Jason
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LePallet
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Poppop
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kel
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This is the cheeseboard that my wife wanted made for her birthday party on Saturday night

LePallet
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Kermit
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Wayne
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I have started working on some Beer Totes that can be personalised and purchased as a gift (for the man that has everything). These are extremely pop ...

AndrewJones
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Isobel
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There's some good ideas here. I particularly like the tension rod dividers and shelf dividers. I'm already a big advocate for labelled storage boxes, ...

AndrewJones
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AndrewJones
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Hope you enjoy it (: