Holding tea lights.


In a recent post you will have seen some striped glue ups..

For two of the blanks… cuts were made at 20 degrees and the offcuts glued back on at an angle…To me …. one reminds me of a crab and the other a spider….Three holes were drilled in the top using a forstner bit..

Soy tea light candles were then placed in the holes..

I rounded the corners at the top of the Crab…Two quick coats of poly and they were finished…

PS the third strip was cut into a chevron pattern for a wine bottle balancer … more when it is finished..

About Lazy Larry

Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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One Response to Holding tea lights.

  1. Michael Wurm says:

    Very cool Larry, I really like the differing angles on the feet, makes them even more unique. Of course wouldn’t expect anything different from you but the best. Actually, I think everyone has expected to see uniqueness in all your work, nice job.

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