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Reclaimed Fence Christmas Tree


Had to buy some Ryobi tools to replace a privacy fence. When I got done had new tools and a bunch of old wood. So I thought I would try my very first DIY project. I was pleased with the outcome. Now I'm hooked!

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Comments (2)

  • Nicely done! That is awesome. How did you attach the lights?

    By RYOBI Nation

  • I figured out the size of the light socket and used my Ryobi drill and drill bits to cut them out. Held in place partly because the bulbs are larger than the sockets, and on the back, I used a stereo wire stapler to collect the extra wire and to help hold every thing in place. Thanks for the comment!

    By Txgent10

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