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Whoa! This was by far the coolest thing I saw all weekend and surely #motivationmonday content. @kevin_manville_design is stitching together two pieces of wood...with copper. I mean, how crazy cool is that!?!? #stitchit #fixthisbuildthat

Wood Profits - I love when someone mixes materials in a new way! Kevin Manville is REALLY stitching slabs together with copper wire. Discover How You Can Start A Woodworking Business From Home Easily in 7 Days With NO Capital Needed!

1,326 mentions J’aime, 18 commentaires - Kevin Manville (@kevin_manville_design) sur Instagram : "The moment my daughter @megan.manville was taking a peek through the stitching over the negative…"

The moment my daughter was taking a peek through the stitching over the negative space was captured by my son and photographer

Terra-Cotta BBQ Smoker

Terra-Cotta BBQ Smoker Smoker great for tiny houses to eliminate a large grill

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A fully serviced board walk in a French gardening project. Looks impressive and I like how its so flush with the surrounding landscape ;

*Vivre en autonomie, produire son électricité..son chauffage et gérer l'eau: une réalité.*** - décroissance

* Living independently, producing electricity, heating and managing water: a reality.

Here's the dining booth/fold down bed/storage area. You can see that I tried to tie it together. The bench frame screws three of the four walls together. I was happy with the way the corner joints turned out

Here's the dining booth/fold down bed/storage area. You can see that I tried to tie it together. The bench frame screws three of the four walls together. I was happy with the way the corner joints turned out (Cool Beds Frames)

Snake Ranch

DW is considering using a burnt wood cladding for the exterior of a modern house soon-to-be under construction in Paradise Valley. Love the texture and look of it.

So I made a pretty thing... - Imgur

So I made a pretty thing...

Custom door, cedar with epoxy/glow in the dark pigment - Something like this but the Vault Tec Logo, maybe around a circular window.

Artist Matt Brown used epoxy to fix the gaps in the wood for his shelves. I love Surfing and carving wood. This makes sense to me, beautifully done.

Artist Matt Brown says, It was pretty heavily cracked and pitted, with knotholes and so on. A technique traditionally used with a color-matched epoxy to the wood, to give an ‘invisible’ repair.