|Project by Dave||posted 609 days ago||1311 views||1 time favorited||26 comments|
My wife was in the need to put some pictures and other little trinkets up in her office. I found a old red oak board that was 5/4 all the way to 3/4 in thickness. I band sawed the edges and used a heavy rasp and attached them together. I then took some masonry nails squared the heads on some and welded the others together. The project is simple but the hardware is Dave made. There is no finish and the nails should rust within a few minutes. Thats the way she likes it. Kind of like me splintery around the edges and a mind like a steel trap, rusted shut.
Thanks for viewing.
Oh Safety Cat was in the shop the entire time. Sawing, hammering welding and all sorts of noise. He crawled up in a tool till and didn’t move.
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