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Just a fun project.I got (yes again) a pallet from my neighbors.And I allways lose my stuff in the garden.So i thought lets make a tray.And here it is…...
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#1 posted 06-16-2010 04:57 PM
Fun and useful project.
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#2 posted 06-16-2010 05:23 PM
Perfect use for that wood, and it came out great.
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#3 posted 06-16-2010 05:38 PM
Looking very good from here! It is always nice to have fun with projects, I like that!
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#4 posted 06-16-2010 05:39 PM
That is a good idea for cut flowers too. Especially roses.
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#5 posted 06-16-2010 05:50 PM
great recycling…useful too.
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#6 posted 06-16-2010 06:56 PM
Wonderful idea. Have you posted that on our sister site, Garden Tenders. I’m sure many would appreciate it there too. My wife and I are on that site at http://gardentenders.com/members/hjt
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#7 posted 06-16-2010 07:22 PM
Another great one. I wonder if a category for projects made from recycled wood would be in order. Reclaimed wood has a real future in today’s world. I started using overseas shipping crates about 25 years ago. Some of them were solid Mahogany with 4 X 4’s and 2 X 4’s in the base and the plywood was beautiful clear mahogany on the inside. The outside had fork lift damage and paint but that didn’t affect the inside.
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#8 posted 06-16-2010 07:33 PM
Good looking tray. I could use several of these around the house for keeping things together and toting them around the house.
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#9 posted 06-16-2010 08:10 PM
My wife could do with one of these. She does the gardening. How do you find the angles, Houtje?
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#10 posted 06-16-2010 08:38 PM
Martyn,I used an angle of 14 procent on the sides bottem inside and top.Is that what you mean Martyn?We used these trays a lot in holland we call them a Mangelbak.You have them in all kind of shapes
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#11 posted 06-16-2010 09:36 PM
thank´s for sharing
#12 posted 06-16-2010 10:10 PM
Houtje, thanks. Thats exactly what I meant. Here we go then.
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#13 posted 06-16-2010 10:43 PM
perfect job on that tote!!
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#14 posted 06-17-2010 12:14 AM
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#15 posted 06-17-2010 01:02 AM
Houtje, a very nice functional tray indeed.
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