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Scrap Molding Trees
Dec 30, 2015
I needed a few decorative trees to decorate the top of a console. I needed something with height.
For the first tree, I took and old mismatched table leaf and used a mitre saw to make angled cuts. I assembled the various sizes of molding in the shape of a tree and glued them onto the leaf.
For the second tree, I used a 2X4 as a tree trunk and nailed the angled molding in various sizes to the trunk.
Crafts & Decor,
1/4 SHEET PAD SANDER
18V ONE+™ AIRSTRIKE™ 18GA BRAD NAILER
10 IN. COMPOUND MITER SAW WITH LASER
SCRAP WOOD INCLUDING MOLDING, 2X4 AN OLD TABLE LEAF. MITER SAW AND RYOBI CORDLES NAILER.