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Tiger maple dry erase board

Satisfying one day project using just left over tiger maple, birdseye maple and cherry. I wanted to build a dry erase board for the house in one day, start to finish. Usually I have long projects and with small left over pieces that go into the i'll use them some day bin. I was able to make this dry erase board to replace the old plastic one in our house in one afternoon. Trimmed out the board on small cherry strips and it made the whole piece, now I'm never trowing anything out again.,.
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