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Cast Your Vote for the Most Scraptacular Project

comments (3) March 12th, 2010 in blogs

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Cast your vote for the winners of our Scraptacular gallery contest. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Cast your vote for the winners of our Scraptacular gallery contest.


Be sure to vote now for the winners of our Scraptacular gallery contest.

• Voting ends Friday, March 19 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

• The winners will be announced Monday, March 22.

• For more details on each piece, click on the links at the bottom of this post.


 

Coffee Bean Spoon

Coffee Table

Home is Where the Hearth Is

Coffee Bean Spoon   Coffee Table   Home is Where the Hearth Is

Dulcimer

Kitchen Cabinets from Old Barn Scraps

Sprial End Mallet

Dulcimer   Barn Scrap Kitchen Cabinets   Spiral End Mallet

Tortilla Press

Buddha Box

From Concrete Forms to Cloud Lifts

Tortilla Press   Buddha Box   From Concrete Forms . . .

Scrap Face Boxes

Eye Candy

End Tables

Scrap Face Boxes   Eye Candy   End Tables

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Comments (3)

lbcollier lbcollier writes: This looks like a real SCRAP WOOD project. Some of the projects seem like my major project wood rather than scrap. However I am just a weekend woodworker for enjoyment. LBC
Posted: 10:41 am on March 19th

oldcole oldcole writes: None of my favorites made your final cut. I emphasize, I didn't enter this contest, so no ax to grind. But I don't know how one can make full sized pieces of furniture from scrap.

Found wood or scavenged wood or free windfall materials might make kitchen cabinets, coffee tables or bed stands but that certainly doesn't meet my concept of scrap. And I think a number of entrants got skunked.
Posted: 4:18 pm on March 17th

Little_Joe Little_Joe writes: Eye Candy

Looks SO YUMMY!

... and from scraps too!

A very good recipe!


Posted: 7:47 pm on March 15th

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