Please help, what to do with these Cedar cookies

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Forum topic by Will Merrit posted 02-12-2016 06:33 AM 575 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Will Merrit

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02-12-2016 06:33 AM

Topic tags/keywords: cedar cookie table epoxy ideas

Evening everyone,

I have myself a dilema, the good sort I reckon. I need to make some sort of piece out of these slabs to put in a auction for our school later this month. I had originally thought about turquoise epoxy to full the small holes but turns out after drying the rotted wood just fell out leaving me with this big hole in each one. I am wondering if I should build these into something that uses the hole. Anyway tell me your thoughts.

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#1 posted 02-12-2016 08:50 AM

Hmmm—custom toilet seats?

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#2 posted 02-12-2016 12:42 PM

I’m thinking recessed plant stand/pot holder if you can rout back to solid wood.

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#3 posted 02-13-2016 12:43 AM

Picture frames

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#4 posted 02-13-2016 12:45 AM


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#5 posted 02-13-2016 01:12 AM

They are pretty thick for any type of wall or table art. Do you think they could pass as side tables if you routed out a small rabbit for some glass to sit on to cover the hole? I think if you made some log legs that would match the look of the cookie top. Best of luck on whatever you decide.

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#6 posted 02-13-2016 02:00 AM

The glass top tables sounds like a pretty neat use of them.

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#7 posted 02-13-2016 02:54 AM

Build a shallow box under the holes and insert a bonsai or other small plant.

-- "Our past judges our present." JFK - 1962; American Heritage Magazine

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