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Old 05-13-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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Cut from pine. The rings are slightly larger than a 12 oz. soda can. Since they are slightly larger I staggered the rings to fit a can when I glued it up, this provides air pockets to help hold the cold better. The coozie was sealed with tung oil with a little bit of ebony stain and then top coated with shellac.

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Very nice work!
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Very clever, DW. I like it.
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Nice job DW very interesting idea. The only thing I would change is the finish, shellac is not good with moisture so you might want to give it a coat of poly.
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Very nice. If you haven't already, I'd drill a hole in the bottom so if moisture does try to accumulate, it will have a place to drain.
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Very nice. If you haven't already, I'd drill a hole in the bottom so if moisture does try to accumulate, it will have a place to drain.
I am going to flock the inside as well to help both hold the can and to help insulate. I do have a 3/8 hole in it more so that folks will not think to use it as a mug than drainage but the thought had occurred to me. This is a work in progress thing so it might change when I make the next one

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Great project, DW. The rings are just right.
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