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Old 09-22-2011, 12:51 PM   #1
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DH put a piece of formica on the side of the pantry cabinet next to the stove so it doesn't get all splattered with grease, etc. That meant moving the spice rack. He moved the spice rack out to the outside kitchen (to supplement the one that is already there) and made a completely new spice rack for inside. Pics below:
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Old 09-22-2011, 12:57 PM   #2
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2nd photo. I apologize if the quality isn't the greatest; used my phone and it isn't the greatest.
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Looks good!
now get him to make a couple of oak steps to put in my 5er and I can get my dh off my back
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:24 PM   #4
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Nice! Wish I was good enough with wood to make mods like that.
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Old 09-23-2011, 12:02 PM   #5
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Looks good!
now get him to make a couple of oak steps to put in my 5er and I can get my dh off my back
He does requests!! LOL.....
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Nice! Wish I was good enough with wood to make mods like that.
Thank you! I thank my lucky stars almost every day that he is so handy. He can pretty much fix/build anything.
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He does requests!! LOL.....
Do not tease me! Cause I will certainly take him up on it!
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Do not tease me! Cause I will certainly take him up on it!
He does work on the side.....in fact we're going to start going to flea markets next year with his "wares." I'll send you a private message if you're serious! Although shipping the steps might be an issue.
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I believe they would be less than a foot long and less than 8 inches deep.
yes sent me a pm!
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sorry I did not mean the whole steps ! I have steps that are carpeted and I want to cover them with a piece of oak stained to cherry .
my dw seen it done in another 5er and said "hey look at that " "here is your next project"
I said sure I will get on that !
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