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Tip For Woodworkers; Free materials source
Topic Started: May 6 2008, 07:24 PM (2,244 Views)
dmpmc
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If you create historical pieces, primitive or country rustic pieces, a good source of aged wood and lumber can be found by visiting Historical restoration projects in your local community. Usually they will let you take almost anything you want in the way of old wood removed from these projects. It's a great way to save a great deal of time because you don't have to spend hours or days aging your pieces to obtain that time period look.
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:ta: for the great tip :thumbup;

Steve :)
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