Woodland Animal Stools from a Cabinet Door

Narrative-free video about how I turn reclaimed lumber into animal stools inspired by Killer B and her original project:  http://www.killerbdesigns.com/toddler-sized-animal-stools-a-how-to/

Music by Josh Woodward, "Frannie" and "Frannie, Instrumental"

You can also view the video on Youtube at:  https://youtu.be/iUdSo-x5ZP8



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4 comments:

  1. Another awesome video! Love the music in the background. The water putty for filling the pocket holes is a brilliant solution - I'm going to try that on my next pocket hole project. The little animal faces are super cute! Great job! :)

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    1. My brother purchased the Durham's Water Putty for me a Christmas (or 2) ago. It lasts much longer than the pre-mixed fillers I've used in the past. I like that it dried hard, is easy to sand, and doesn't shrink back. :) Let me know what you think about it, Joanne!

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  2. Aww...I love it! I greatly enjoyed watching you make the stools from start to finish! Too cool! Thanks so much for sharing the video tutorial and showing your beautiful face at the end. :)

    Have you been making a lot of these stools?

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    1. I'm set to make several copies of these stools, but I am still refining my fawn and rabbit versions. :) I can't seem to get them to look the way I'd like. Thank you for your continued kindness, Julie. :)

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