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This Super High Gloss wood table was created from a spalted tree limb that fell in our yard. Hurricane Debbie in 2012 caused a small EF-0 tornado to take an entire tree down and we saved about 20% of the wood. The remaining wood was mulched. The UV cure resin info is on our website
Stove Secrets" (Ep7) - How to make a wood rocket stove using just a single log. This simple DIY stove is very easy to make and has multiple uses. Whether as a highly effective & portable camping stove, a long burning & self-sustaining one log fire, or even for use at home as a makeshift
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Tree Stump Table made from reclaimed teak wood
Part 2 of this project tutorial shows Kevin Inkster shaping up the wooden logs to shape up and turn a bunch of logs into a fresh, modern and super stylish wooden side table. This project features the Arbortech TURBOPlane, a universal woodcarving blade that is a best seller amongst the Arbortech wood
From the cherry tree to a live edge, breadboard end, table. Just a quick video show the process from start to finish. A note about the breadboard ends: only the middle tennons are glued and the mortises toward the outside are large to allow for wood movement, mostly shrinkage in this case as the woo
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My take on the popular log end table made from a tree trunk. I've updated it by using a spacer on the bottom to make it "float" off of the ground.__________________________________________________________________DONT FORGET TO LIKE COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE.Subscribe: _________________________
We've got a simple solution to the ever-present search for the perfect end table: a tree stump. In this video, Master Craftsman Rob North demonstrates how to make a tree stump table that will add a more rustic feel to any room in your house. Get the project plan here: Check out more table building p
Took a while, but here is my latest piece of log furniture. A rotating chair made out of a Thuja (Whitecedar) stump. Tons of interesting wild grain inside, and the shape was perfect for a 'bucket seat' style comfy chair. I made with chair with a variety of tools such as chainsaws, angle grinders and
Scott takes another try at making something useful out of a root stump he pulled from the woods. This time it worked out pretty good!Find us on FaceBook
Whether your decor is rustic, minimalist, or modern, a tree stump side table will work wonders in your space. Follow this guide by design expert Amy Devers and build your own with minimal tools and little effort in just more videos like this, visit us on MODE: Follow us on Twitter: Friend us on Face
If it's suited to keep a tree standing upright, surely it's good enough to do the same for your dining room table. In this episode of Tenonizer's A Piece of the Woods, Mike Heintzeman guides you through the first steps of implementing this unique table design
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Outdoors blogger Steve Fagin uses a chain saw and an angle grinder to carve a chair out of the trunk of a maple tree
We will show you how to turn your old tree stump into a flower box using a chainsaw. It's cheaper than pulling the stump out and can be a great feature in your garden
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