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  • KennethA

    LoTD Images

    April 15, 2018 by KennethA

    So, I found these pictures of LoTD related things on my computer- they look like they're from a comic? I remember finding them online but don't actually remember where I got them from, and can't seem to find the source. Thought they were very cool! Enjoy!

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    1. This competition is open to residents worldwide aged 13 years or over.
    2. Giveaways with first prizes and runners up prizes; first prize will be randomly drawn first, and any runners up prizes will be drawn sequentially thereafter.
    3. Closing date for entry will be 18th August 2015 at 0:00. After this date no further entries to the competition will be permitted.
    4. No cash alternative to the prizes will be offered. The prizes are not transferable. Prizes are subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent value without giving notice.
    5. Only one prize per contestant.
    6. Only one entry per contestant, any additional entries will not be counted.
    7. Winners will be required to give all information needed to giveawa…
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    DIY Shrine Storage Box

    July 24, 2015 by KennethA

    So earlier this week, I made my very own Shrine Storage box! Follow the instructions below to know how to make your own.

    • 13.5cm by 7cm Thick Plywood x2

    •10cm by 7cm Thick Plywood x2

    •13.5cm by 10cm Thin Hardwood

    •13.5cm by 10cm Thin MDF

    •9.7cm by 4.5cm Thin MDF x4

    •9.5cm by 8.5cm Thin MDF

    •Tenon Saw

    •Coping Saw

    •Sanding Paper

    • (Optional) Cam Lock


    I started off by cutting a lap joint into the two 13.5cm x 7cm Plywood, this will make the finishing product a lot more sturdy. Make sure that the check on your lap joint is 1cm (or the same thickness as your woods side.) Below you can see a detailed video on how to cut a lap joint.

    Then, with the coping saw, cut one of the 13.5cm x 7cm pieces…

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