This is another project inspired by the Instructables/Dremel July Build Night at Crashspace LA.
If you live in a densely-populated, urban environment like I do, you may be familiar with the wealth of "dumpster diving" opportunities. I'm moderately picky (for one thing, I don't actually venture into dumpsters), but there are still some amazing finds. I'm particularly fond of bed knobs and furniture feet, and a lot of folks just chuck their furniture when they move or get something new, so I have a small collection just begging to be hacked. At last, my little wooden baubles, I have found a project for you!
In this project, I used recycled and/or free materials as much as possible, and stuck largely to the Dremel rotary tool and Multi-Max, though there are other tools you could use. The Multi-Max comes with a very handy wood cutting attachment that is good for carving out small spaces and is used heavily here.