Root Into Table Transformation

Scott takes another try at making something useful out of a root stump he pulled from the woods. This time it worked out pretty good!

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30 Responses to Root Into Table Transformation

  1. Phil says:

    That's a cool piece well done 👍

  2. Therevdon says:

    Did I miss the newsletter about the competition for worst music on a YouTube video? Seems like everybody is trying to outdo everybody else with horrible music… I don't get it

  3. Therevdon says:

    Did I miss the newsletter about the competition for worst music on a YouTube video? Seems like everybody is trying to outdo everybody else with horrible music… I don't get it

  4. dwb289 says:

    hey there, so I'm new to this type of stuff. only just built a dining room table and hand sanded the wood with crappie hand held plastic flat sanders. I have a small root system like this that im wanting to make into a chandelier. what method of sanding equipment would you recommend for getting the nooks and Crannies? just a pice of sandpaper and sheer will? I feel like there should be sandpaper gloves or something… I may invent it if it's not already a thing.

  5. mike dukan says:

    "Find him on my space" dude are you serious? What's my space?

  6. hotmoon226 says:

    Want to see the price tag 🙂

  7. mark duncan says:

    A "Dialog' would be much prefered over this sound-track!!!

  8. Jim Doherty says:

    Love this.

  9. reggie taylor says:

    Amazing! What kind of saw is that?

  10. mike Braxus says:

    Nice job, thanks!

  11. Coretta23 says:

    Hi, can you please let us know how long you dried this piece? and if not does it matter for the root system?

  12. António Vandias says:

    Hi guysCan i just ask,How do you deal with the fact that the wood ia still green?Cos i have some tree roots here, bytes dont know when to sart workin on them..

  13. marie abalos says:

    Dude where can I get one of those saws!??

  14. Same Ben Salem says:

    ابداع

  15. jimjamesjonesjameson says:

    for how long did you let the roots dry?

  16. D F Pace says:

    Beautiful! Great Job.  I just got a couple of root stumps from trees that have been removed from my work campus which I have taken home.  How can I find that cutting tool?  Can it be rented?

  17. Love Peace and Bacon Grease says:

    Nice work.

  18. Richard Maunder says:

    Wonderful work. :))

  19. Tanasi Tim says:

    Couldn't you pressure wash the wood first, insted of blowing it with air. I think it would be faster.

  20. You Can Build That says:

    Yeah! Actually I hit one with my chainsaw when I was just trimming it down at the beginning. Cut clean through it but the blade was shot!

  21. Amaranth Elk says:

    putting glue in the screw holes is a good idea!

  22. Hannah Lynch says:

    haha I thought the GIY at the start stood for grow it yourself !

  23. Zosia Witkowska says:

    So cool 💕

  24. geekista says:

    cool !

  25. Free Will says:

    Too small for my needs, but awesome concept. Although, not that original since seen pretty much on any DIY web site, such as Pinterest or DIY YouTube channels…

  26. lily h says:

    Patrick?…

  27. Jordan Mette says:

    I'm early let's make a joke

    Me

  28. the pillow says:

    what store did she get the wood from

  29. Abigail Martin says:

    Funky

  30. Glam, Inc. says:

    What do you think of this fun DIY?

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