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We sourced the stump for this project well over a year ago and, it's been hanging out in the garage drying all that time. Steph loves to bring natural elements into her home decor and she thought the stump would make a unique footstool for her living room.
Now for the FUN part--torching the stump! I'm using the Bernzomatic Premium Torch Kit to give the stump a good char. This is super easy to use and not scary at all! The instructions about how to use it confused me for a minute as it says to pull the ignition button when I think it should say push. Not a big deal, but if you read the instructions like we do, just be aware.
We've added something new to the end of this video--an epilogue! It's a short conversation sharing a little bit about the behind the scenes of the making of this project. Let us know what you think.
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Gail G Stephens
1/9/2020 11:09:48 am
I love the concept but as we all read it so are the criminals. They have so many places to go to look for our valuables!! books hollowed out, fake receptacles, stumps, rocks, soup cans.....
1/9/2020 01:51:50 pm
Yeah, that is an interesting observation. No, as far as I know, they aren't lactose intolerant, they just aren't big milk drinkers--don't really know why though. ~Vicki
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