Introduction: Currant Tea Light
In other projects I've already used current wood to create a knife handle.
In this project I show how to simply create a tea light stand for a stone pane.
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Step 1: Slice the Currant
Currant is a really hard wood so be prepared to use the saw for a quite wile.
I've used a saw for metal, due to the better finish of the surface.
Then use fine sandpaper to finish the surfaces on both sides.
Step 2: Create the Notch
For the notch I've used my table saw.
To fixate the slice I've crimped it to an old board. But be careful.
Step 3: Stick It Together
Now the stone slice can be slide into the currant slice.