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Thread: knock up firewood stand

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    knock up firewood stand

    I rescued a bit of firewood that had a nice weight to it, trimmed it on 3 sides, chopped to length and made a little stand, still will be adding something to it, a lot if wasted space,
    one end when I trimmed to length I figured was good for the bedroom so drilled a hole in that too. I like the rustic look.

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    Very nice funny how the less likely things can do the trick so nicely.

    Lol we're using ours of that same oven right now, too
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    Very nice.
    Much more natural and blokey than the cosmetics holder I just grabbed from ALDI to hold my growing collection.

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    added rear gennie holder and cutaway front drip tip rack, now for internal holders for wick,wire and small tools.

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    I like it. I could see a hole in the side of that to hold little bits and pieces. A bit like a cave in the side of a cliff. With either a bit of perspex over it to hold them in, or just a little ledge in front so things don't fall out.

    Nice work Stoney

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    very nice. geez I wish I had some decent tools!

 

 

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