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4 Easy-To-Make Kitchen Projects
Though there's nothing spectacular about salad tongs, a serving board, a cooling rack and a recipe box, each of these projects has some unique feature. The four projects aren't intended as a set, though by using the same wood for each you could achieve a uniformity in appearance.
Shop-Built Sanding Blocks
These sanding blocks are a low-cost alternative to the store-bought variety. The step-by-step technique shown yields three separate blocks - one each for coarse, medium and fine sandpaper.
Shop-Built Mortising & Tenoning Table
The special jig adapts a portable router, preferably a plunge router, for use as a stationary tool. This "master" jig supplies a host of work setups in one compact package.
Dresser-Top Coin Bank
With this handsome coin bank on your dresser top, it will always be the right time to save. It's an attractive and interesting alternative to the tray that many of us use to hold our loose change when we empty our pockets at day's end.
This cart provides ample storage for the tot who likes to tote those toys about. We just can't guarantee that they'll load the toys back into the cart after play time is through.
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