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Simple Tabletop Weathervane
With this easy project, you will track every breeze on the deck. In high school, my brother made a small ceramic pot in art class, one that he would invert on the tip of a ballpoint pen and give a spin. The combination of the dimple in the pots...
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Shadowbox wall vase
Turn a shadow-box frame into a vessel for your favorite things from the garden or flower shop. Flowers or cuttings ― such as these leucadendron blooms ― extend through the opening of a picture mat to create an organic work of...
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Tabletop fountain
Slate and cedar are paired to create this tabletop fountain. Judging from the vast array of tacky water fountains I've seen, it would seem that adding a $20 pump to a plastic rock and throwing rumours of therapeutic value into the mix somehow...
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Large Worktable
This is a huge worktable that you can make in a few hours. We made the frame (shown on the right) out of 2 x 3 inch (35 x 65mm) spruce. It is a very straightforward layout that was fastened solely with self-tapping wood screws. If some increased...
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Tabletop Trebuchet
After discovering that the double sized-machine I had built for the Carnegie Science Center was, in fact, too big, I went back and divided all my measurements in half. This gave me a machine nearly identical in dimensions to the "e;Cheesechucker"...
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