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Rustic Game Table

  • January 9, 2018

fEzZ
fEzZ
fEzZ
fEzZ

First of all, I'd like to apologize for not taking progression pics on this project. It was a very quick project to do and I didn't even think to take pics while I was doing it. But I can explain the process pretty easily. First I got a 1"x8"x8' white board from Lowes. I then cut 64 small squares out of it. I then torched each square, then glued and nailed it to a piece of 1/4" ply that I had lying around the shop.(that I cut square for the table). I then framed it out with the leftover piece of white board I had. Then added a satin finish. Once done, I then screwed it to an old sewing machine table base. The table came out very nice, to place a drink on, or maybe play a game of Chess or Checkers with Grandpap on a nice summer evening. :)

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  • Such a cool idea to attach it on an old sewing machine table! This piece is full of character!
    By RYOBI NATION, on January 9, 2018
    • Thanks!
      By fEzZ, on January 9, 2018

  • You do amazing work with that torch. I need to get on board.
    By mrpip, on January 12, 2018
    • Thanks! :)
      By fEzZ, on January 17, 2018

  • Congrats on being the 2017 Guru! Your work has always amazed me. Well desirved.
    By mrpip, on February 7, 2018
    • Thank you so much!
      By fEzZ, on February 7, 2018

  • Love the use of an old sewing table base! What a great conversion to a functional piece!
    By SA1STHOME, on February 11, 2018
    • Thank you!
      By fEzZ, on February 24, 2018

  • More great work from you buddy
    By Johnstownpunk814, on February 24, 2018
    • Thanks man!
      By fEzZ, on February 24, 2018

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Rustic Game Table

by fEzZ
Jan 09, 2018
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First of all, I'd like to apologize for not taking progression pics on this project. It was a very quick project to do and I didn't even think to take pics while I was doing it. But I can explain the process pretty easily. First I got a 1"x8"x8' white board from Lowes. I then cut 64 small squares out of it. I then torched each square, then glued and nailed it to a piece of 1/4" ply that I had lying around the shop.(that I cut square for the table). I then framed it out with the leftover piece of white board I had. Then added a satin finish. Once done, I then screwed it to an old sewing machine table base. The table came out very nice, to place a drink on, or maybe play a game of Chess or Checkers with Grandpap on a nice summer evening. :)