Check out these 10 (plus 4 bonus) amazing scrap wood project ideas. If you are like me you have a lot of scrap wood that piles up over time. You don’t like throwing away good wood so we have to find a way to use it. You can make these scrap wood projects to sell or use these scrap wood projects as gifts. These are great scrap wood decor ideas as well. You can make everything from a scrap wood shelf, to scrap wood wall decor, and even scrap wood beverage holder. There is even a scrap wood shop project included. Check it out! Amazon and other affiliate links are used in this description and they help support this channel.
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1:00 1st Scrap Wood Project Chevrons
1:17 2nd Scrap Wood Project Lazy Suzan
1:33 3rd Scrap Wood Project Mallets
2:16 4th Scrap Wood Project Totes
3:12 5th Scrap Wood Project Shelf
3:47 6th Scrap Wood Project Wood Dice
4:19 7th Scrap Wood Project Push Sticks
5:26 8th Scrap Wood Project Dog Paw Blocks
6:40 9th Scrap Wood Project Scrabble Tiles
7:27 10th Scrap Wood Project Paper Towel Holder
7:53 Bonus Scrap Woodworking Projects
8:40 Project Ideas for Scrap Exotic Wood
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