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Great work @Shannon. Many thanks for sharing. Good to see you back on Workshop.
With your skills you might like to help member @Bindi_Graham with her question here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Getting-Started/What-tools-does-a-beginner-need/m-p/12704#M1345
Top effort Shannon, way to save waste and turn it into attractive function, Dave
Colour is vibrant, visible screw heads add to the design and the top asymmetrical is a great look.
I reckon this is going to be one of my next projects, not copyrighted I hope ....
Would love to see a picture of the back side.
Nothing flash just used bits and pieces
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