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newhope206

Member Since: 02/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Barn wood table : newhope206
    Minwax clear semigloss 5 coats sanding in between each coat with 220 grit sand paper. The color was what happened after being in the barn while tobacco was being cured
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    • Great way to repurpose old wood! Awesome job on this project!
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 22, 2019

    • Beautiful table.  May I ask what you used for finish?
      By KrakenDaddy, on April 28, 2019
      • Minwax clear semigloss 5 coats sanding in between each coat with 220 grit sand paper. The color was what happened after being in the barn while tobacco was being cured
        By newhope206, on April 28, 2019
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  3. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Outdoor storage bench : newhope206
    Sorry I just checked back in and saw your comment no I don’t I just sort of winged it. I had some 2nd grade cedar and made it with what I had
  4. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Holiday Lanterns : newhope206
    Thank you for the positive comments. I used my scroll saw for the cutouts.
  5. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Holiday Lanterns : newhope206
    Sorry I left that out that I used my scroll saw to cut out the design. Thank you for the positive comments
  6. Comment: over 1 year ago
    Holiday Lanterns
    Iam so sorry I left out that I used my scroll saw to cut out the design. Thank you so much for the positive comments
    By newhope206
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    • These look great! Did you use a jigsaw or scrollsaw for to cut out the cross pattern?
      By Shrub0, on February 13, 2018
      • Sorry I left that out that I used my scroll saw to cut out the design. Thank you for the positive comments
        By newhope206, on February 15, 2018



    • Great work! What did you use to make those intricate cuts?
      By RYOBI NATION, on February 13, 2018
      • Thank you for the positive comments. I used my scroll saw for the cutouts.
        By newhope206, on February 15, 2018


    • Im in love with your creation.
      By RBoehles, on February 13, 2018

    • Iam so sorry I left out that I used my scroll saw to cut out the design. Thank you so much for the positive comments
      By newhope206, on February 15, 2018
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    • We are all for practicality and awesome builds! Looks like you have both!
      By RYOBI NATION, on February 13, 2018

    • Do you have the how to for this bench I love it
      By KathyT58, on February 20, 2018
      • Sorry I just checked back in and saw your comment no I don’t I just sort of winged it. I had some 2nd grade cedar and made it with what I had
        By newhope206, on March 2, 2018
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