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Old 01-04-2013, 04:35 PM   #1
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Default Candle holders

Well the temp got all the way up to 48 today in Oklahoma and so I worked in the shop a little.
These candle holders are from the last magazine and originally were 1 7/8" so I got my computer person (My Wife) to do some resizing and made them 1 1/2" and cut them out of a piece of Lowe's Poplar, put a coat of golden Pecan Minwax and after it dries a while I'll put some bees wak on them. The angle of the camera makes them look like they are setting lop sided but they really aren't. I guess I need to imporve my photo booth :-)

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Turned out nice.
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Very nice Okie. I took a 1 3/4" forstner bit and bored a 1/4 hole in the top and placed led candlelights in it.
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nice work thanks for sharing
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