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The Frosted Gardner: The Lucas Entertainment Center

The Frosted Gardner: The Lucas Entertainment Center

This picnic table was built from refurbished pallets that were originally used to carry bags of cement and aggregates, so the timber is quite sturdy. The timber was sanded just enough to get rid of splinters and rough spots, but not too much, as the final product is meant to be rustic. The design is bulkier than traditional picnic tables, as we mean for the product to last as long as possible in the elements. The table was finished off by applying oil with a slight amber stain.

This picnic table was built from refurbished pallets that were originally used to carry bags of cement and aggregates, so the timber is quite sturdy. The timber was sanded just enough to get rid of splinters and rough spots, but not too much, as the final product is meant to be rustic. The design is bulkier than traditional picnic tables, as we mean for the product to last as long as possible in the elements. The table was finished off by applying oil with a slight amber stain.

"I was inspired by the bookcase design Kreg had on their website, so I made an attempt to build my own. A little paint and I will be finished. I used the Kreg Jig® K4, pocket-hole screws from the Kreg Pocket-Hole Screw Kit, the Kreg Crown-Pro™, and the Kreg Square-Cut™ to complete my project. I put my bookcase beside your model. I think it looks pretty close. Thanks for the awesome tools." -Andrew K.

"I was inspired by the bookcase design Kreg had on their website, so I made an attempt to build my own. A little paint and I will be finished. I used the Kreg Jig® K4, pocket-hole screws from the Kreg Pocket-Hole Screw Kit, the Kreg Crown-Pro™, and the Kreg Square-Cut™ to complete my project. I put my bookcase beside your model. I think it looks pretty close. Thanks for the awesome tools." -Andrew K.

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