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Reclaimed Wood Tea Tray

Materials saved from the landfill: wood Skills you’ll learn: cutting, sawing, sanding, half-lap joinery Using a combination of hand tools and power tools (chop saw and table saw), the class will learn how to make a rectangular mitered box with partitions to hold your tea goodies. Using reclaimed wood for the sides and lath for the base, the class will learn half-lap joinery to create partitions (choose from two layouts) to fit your tea bags, cups, and tea pot. Your new tray will help keep your counter organized without compromising style. Last day to register: Monday, March 6

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  • Perennial

    3762 S. Broadway, St. Louis St. Louis - South City

    314-832-2288

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