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material: oak firewod

Step 1: ​I Cut Lengthwise

Step 2: Sub-surface Grinding

Step 3: Slot Drill

3.9 cm wide

1.5 cm deep

Step 4: Peeling and Texturing

Step 5: Last Appearance

<p>Made something similar last weekend:</p><p><a href="http://navni-stuff.blogspot.be/2014/11/from-drift-wood-to-tea-light-holder-in.html" rel="nofollow">http://navni-stuff.blogspot.be/2014/11/from-drift-...</a></p><p>Left the wood as is though.</p>
<p>Simple and Elegant !</p><p>Awesome Idea using the wire brush to remove the Bark; it left a really nice finish. If you do alot of Tea-light projects try a <strong style="">Forstner Bit. </strong>Bit pricey but sames some time. Hope to see more :D</p>
<p>This turned out great! I love the natural look of it. Very nicely done.</p>

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