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For a last-minute gift, I gathered some wood leftovers, and got inspiration from two nice little door handles. The result is a small, long and modern-styled personal tea ...
Materials: - mini door handles, - wood bard, - 3mm thick plywood. - wood glue, linseed oil. Tools: - router, - drill press, - saw, sander.
Make the grooves with the router. Or buy wood bars with a groove already made. Use a bit for 4 mm wide and 10 mm deep grooves. WARNING! ...
The plywood can be cut with a knife. Cut the bars to length with a saw.
Add glue into the grooves, and where the side bars touch each other. When dry, rectify with a sander. Optionally fill the holes with some wood filler or ...
Mark the holes positions, drill them. Drill a blind hole on the bottom side for the screw heads.
Apply linseed oil, wait, remove excess with a cloth.
Screw the handles. The screw may need to be cut to length.
That's it. Wrap it in a nice present paper, together with some tea blends, and make someone happy!
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