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I was going to offer a suggestion of maybe a spade bit, to countersink some spots along the top for shot glasses, but noticed you already got a couple shot glasses on the ends - Nicely thought out
Looks better than a bought one love your work
Nice job, well done, I want one now!
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@Prawns that is a great idea and I thought of doing that but didn’t know the audience that was going to take this home and didn’t want holes left empty looking tacky. I did decide to put a little shelf under the top for the shot glasses but it looked too much so I just decided to not put any In. But the next few I’ll make I’ll be adding them in.
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