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  • These are so cute - I love them! I wish I had a nail gun - perhaps one day I will. :-)
    By Heatheranne, on December 3, 2014

  • Love them! I have been looking for things to nail. Seriously. The Airstrike is amaze!
    By Little Mama Makes, on December 3, 2014

  • Very nice, something quick and great use of left over pieces of cut offs that seem to grow and collect dust.
    By Every Other Day Wood Working, on December 13, 2014

  • I just love everything you create, these little wood Christmas trees are amazing!
    By SoCraftySewCreative, on January 7, 2015

  • These are really cute! I personally would make them thinner for the gift packages but like the wider ones for tree ornaments. I will be making many of these!! You could sure do many things with them like adding to a bowl with other objects, stringing a garland...whatever!! Thanks!
    By McGypsy9, on February 10, 2015

  • Handsomely! We liked!
    By Vladimir, on August 8, 2015

  • on my 2Do list now ... tysm
    By uWishuCould, on October 5, 2015
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  • To see the full video tutorial on how to make this project, find me on YouTube here: http://bit.ly/Upcycle-Tutorial
    By Thriftdiving, on December 4, 2014
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  • The steps describe a diagram, is this available somewhere? thanks, Matt
    By mg4345, on November 4, 2014

  • Hi Matt, the diagram has been added - see the link above the first step. Thank you!
    By RYOBI_ROCKS, on November 5, 2014

  • I really can't wait to see how long it takes for some kid to plow into something and that stylish aggressive geometry decapitates the kid. Can you really not see how dangerous this thing is? This is an example of style over function!
    By kerrycwells, on November 13, 2014

  • A little heavy for a sled especially for a kid to handle. No steering capability. That will certainly be exciting. Have to agree with kerrycwells. Try 3/4" PVC trim boards for the frame and maybe 1/4" fiberboard (glue and screw) for skin with a few coats of poly to seal against moisture.
    By aitchilm, on December 4, 2014

  • Cool design but concerns on plywood joints (water) and overall safety. Perhaps a modified design of using kerf relief cuts in the 3/4" plywood vs cutting 8 different pieces for the underside. That would allow bending the front in a traditional style toboggan while keeping plywood base in one piece vs relying on some screws. Some 6" or 8" wide X 3/4" pine can be formed to support the front of the unit.
    By Danstools, on January 24, 2015
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  • I am currently in the middle of this project. Waiting for the first layer of concrete to dry before I put in the fire brick. This project is very labor intensive. I had NO IDEA what I was in for... oh well no turning back now, and I'm sure it will look great. Thanks Ben!
    By JRT500, on August 4, 2015

  • Hi. I am planning on doing this project. Any idea on how many bags of cement are needed?
    By jaialaipro, on September 29, 2015
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  • I absolutely love it and everything you two ladies create :) I can't wait to create this for the holidays.
    By SoCraftySewCreative, on October 16, 2014


  • So going to have to build me one of these!!! ❤️❤️❤️ It!!!! So freaking rusticly cute!
    By Kimbergirl, on October 17, 2014


  • Very Cute!
    By Melhoehn, on October 17, 2014

  • This is my favorite cupcake stand!
    By marly, on October 17, 2014

  • So cute! I'd love it in white, too.
    By mindyleebee, on October 17, 2014


  • Love this stand and it would be perfect for my cakepops I make for shabby chic weddings and events. Love the tools used to make it. Thanks!
    By Kimcb, on October 21, 2014

  • This looks like a great and easy project! Thanks for the instructions!
    By Age6racer41, on October 23, 2014

  • This is the perfect build for our upcoming princess birthday party! Thank you!
    By schubbuck_127461, on October 25, 2014

  • I think it isvery cute and functional. great job
    By angelax64, on November 15, 2014

  • Just found your sight. Love this. I'm Very inexperienced in building things but this looks like I may be able to make this for a friend. Thanks for sharing
    By elijzemom, on August 25, 2015

  • This is so cute! I just started woodworking and I'm quickly becoming addicted. I'm so inspired by all of your projects!
    By Nicole Marie, on May 12, 2016
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  • Beautiful. But where can I obtain the materials list, measurements and how to guide Thanks
    By Carlos1948, on September 7, 2015

  • Great stuff but where are the Plans.....Thanks
    By Fadatec, on December 7, 2017
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  • That's awesome an if someone would try to break into your home u have protection
    By jshalters, on August 30, 2014
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