Hi everyone! The project I am going to share today is super easy, fun, and useful. Plus, if you have scraps laying around it can also be free!! Here is my Scrap Wood Trivet...
Reclaimed wood media console. (which, by the way, was also made entirely from scraps) :)
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When I did my kids frozen treat stand a few months ago we accidentally broke the top piece to the night stand we repurposed. I knew it would be perfect for this trivet base, so I cut it to size with my Kreg Rip-Cut and Ryobi Circular Saw.
For one large trivet you will need:
4- 1x3's @ 8''
4- 1x3's @ 2 3/4''
1- piece of plywood or project panel wood cut to 10 1/2'' square
DAP Rapid Fuse
Finishing supplies (paint, stain as desired)
Miter saw or Circular saw to cut the wood
DAP Rapid Fuse at Haven (a blogging conference) this year. It really works amazingly well and I am excited to use it more in the future! I was using it on my small trivets and decided to also use it for this large one.
What I love about this adhesive is that it holds in 30 seconds, and cures in 30 minutes and it is strong as heck! A quick and easy way to do a small project!
So do you think you will attempt this? It would make a great gift, or a fun project with the kids!
I will be linking to these parties, Savvy Southern Style, and Bloom Designs