Make a plant propagation station or spice rack

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Would you like to cut your plants in a nice way? You want to highlight your spices in your kitchen?

Ideal for the home or to offer a useful and original gift, this 3 hour workshop led by Marie-Eve, will be the perfect opportunity to learn some woodworking techniques while creating a small practical and decorative object for the kitchen or for your cuttings.

You will have the opportunity to discover the use and safety of different machines and techniques such as

Making a good layout before machining parts, using the Dado blade on the saw bench, how a miter saw works, techniques for drilling parallel holes, thanks to the drill press, tips on how to properly handle the band saw and sanding terminals, gluing and nailing with the pneumatic nailer! We will also cover, in a few simple maneuvers, the use of the under-table router.

Everyone will leave with their own stand and choose to use it as a spice rack or as a propagation station for plants.

Skills required: none, the workshop is open and accessible to beginners!

The price includes all tools, materials and advice from a professional.

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$89 + txs