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new creations #1: Cedar Root Wall Shelf

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Blog entry by dougdeg posted 1920 days ago 1294 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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After cutting quite a few stumps down for different wood projects, We would need to flatten the bottom side to have it sit flat on the floor for say a table base. We would just throw the scrape peices into a plie and they would become filewood.
We then started to review these throw aways a little clooser some of them were quite unique in shape and size, I started to save them as they would pile up I took a few into the shop and showed Mary them and she started with her ideas what we could use them for,
She sanded a few of them down for wall palques, and then we took a few and laid them down on the table and starting to think about wall shelves,
And that was the start of these great looking items,
We make them all sizes and of coarse they are all different shapes.
She found a few with nice flat areas that she could incorerapte her wood burnings into, ( i did get her a new wood burner) she loves it, stays hot and easy to change pens.
Have attached a few pictures of out shelves.
Let us know what you think
You can see more on our web site at www.cedar-stuff.com

Have a great day

Doug and Mary

-- Doug Cedar Log Furniture, www.cedar-stuff.com



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gagewestern

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#1 posted 1920 days ago

HI look pretty neat most of the time i build rustic stuf that way if it doesnt sell it can go in the house because thats the type i like brian gagewestern

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