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post #1 of 20 Old 03-28-2012, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Recycle bin comission

Local town gave me a recycle bin to do something with this is what I came up with
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That would look cool in my garage.
Tell us more.

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I used left over poplar to carve arms the tie is Styrofoam and the rest is made of Resin. The can was provided.
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That would look cool in my garage.
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Beer can holder Yes?
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Very creative. Should grab some attention.
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Beer can holder Yes?
I'll stick to the bottles.

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I'll stick to the bottles.
Bottles work too lol. 40's won't fit though.
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Now that is Awesome.... Nice job!

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I missed this thread. Glad I found it.

Very creative idea and nice work!
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Impressive!

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2 thumbs up ! ( pun intended )

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Thats cool.
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Thanks this was a fun one
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Finished. Looks awesome. Good job.
Funny.

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Must have "bin" a great job to work on.

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Very cool man!!
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Cool work. Nice work carving the hands. Again.
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Awesome job and great creativity.

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Cool work. Nice work carving the hands. Again.
Thanks I just do what I see. But I couldn't draw it if I tried. Lol
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