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Like most of us, I have a tendency to save scraps of wood that are not very useful for any substantial project. I have found that making decorative art projects is a great way to reduce the size of this horde. In this video, I cut a bunch of scrap boards into wedges and make them into a decorative display or centerpiece.
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