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I made this floating wine holder for my dad, and it turned out really good. All it is is a 1 x 4 with a 27 degree bevel and a 1 1/2″ hole, making a great project for children or a beginner woodworker. It’s made with maple and a early american stain finish. It turned out great and it is highly suggested to be made.
My name’s Matthew, and I’m a 15 year old interested in woodworking. I didn’t get into shop at school, so I took advantage of my dads’ shop in the basement. I sure hope you enjoy my projects!
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Matt. . .your project is outstanding. Thanks for sharing and welcome to the magnificent arena of woodworking!
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