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Awesome Wooden Lamp

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  • 7 Feb, 2012  |
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№1 Author: Multiuseless (8 Feb 2012 03:18) Total user comments: 456


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That was pretty cool. 04
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№2 Author: maiz99 (8 Feb 2012 03:49) Total user comments: 149


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Mosts wood are wasted 02
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№3 Author: Multiuseless (8 Feb 2012 04:10) Total user comments: 456


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maiz99,
Not wasted. Now can be used for hamster bedding..... Okay it was probably wasted. lol
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№4 Author: GrinningRat (8 Feb 2012 04:11) Total user comments: 244


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Okay, I'll be the first to acknowledge the craftsmanship... 04 But what a waste of natural resources. 11
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№5 Author: agentsoforange (8 Feb 2012 04:54) Total user comments: 168


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A sheet of veneer would have done the job in less than 10 minutes.

But I suppose he has the time as he probably doesn't have any friends, cause if he had friends, they'd soon get bored of him mentioning that he turned a lamp-shade out of one piece of wood.
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№6 Author: monkfish1968 (8 Feb 2012 06:32) Total user comments: 451


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that shade would have looked much better against a white or single coloured wall, it just got lost amongst the way too much other wood in his room
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№7 Author: burpman (8 Feb 2012 06:52) Total user comments: 331


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too much love and effort in this craft. the lightbulb should feel lucky.
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№8 Author: Multiuseless (8 Feb 2012 06:56) Total user comments: 456


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GrinningRat,
Just how many resources do you think get used to make a lamp shade you buy in a store?
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№9 Author: Jimmy Johnson (8 Feb 2012 08:08) Total user comments: 5518


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Let's hope it doesn't catch on fire.
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№10 Author: kryptor (8 Feb 2012 10:27) Total user comments: 4510


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all arguments aside .... I thought it was neat 04
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№11 Author: mahedi (8 Feb 2012 10:40) Total user comments: 10772


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Ok 04
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№12 Author: Loko (8 Feb 2012 11:51) Total user comments: 43


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Imagine if ikea start doing these lamps, good bye rainforests 27
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№13 Author: salsapopo (8 Feb 2012 12:13) Total user comments: 12723


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AWESOME
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№14 Author: elchelo (8 Feb 2012 12:16) Total user comments: 90


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Such a waste of wood. It started as a piece of tree trunk but the finished product was only a fraction of the original size.
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№15 Author: velio70 (8 Feb 2012 16:31) Total user comments: 1654


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forever a virgin...
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№16 Author: verdecauncastravete (8 Feb 2012 20:24) Total user comments: 1239


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why?
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№17 Author: Lu (9 Feb 2012 00:11) Total user comments: 15082


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Superb craftsmanship. Shows what can be done with the right tools and machinery.
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№18 Author: Dark_Saint (9 Feb 2012 00:14) Total user comments: 101


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Waste of wood, and just for a freakin lamp?... what a dumbass...
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№19 Author: yamaz (9 Feb 2012 01:06) Total user comments: 625


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waste... but cooll.
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№20 Author: adzhoe (9 Feb 2012 08:27) Total user comments: 14959


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He makes fantastic toothpicks the same way, one at a time!....it is a renewable resource, not mass produced. Is burning it less of a waste? Same thing done when making wooden bowls. the point is moot.
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№21 Author: Jinxaruny (9 Feb 2012 12:38) Total user comments: 10324


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That is soooo cool!
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