Lila Stuart Outdoor September 06th, 2018 - 13:17:52
Tiki torch, let's go when I'm getting dizzy. So let's get started for the part of this torch that holds the actual jar and I'm using a pallet wood, and I just made one of these. I threw this up real quick. I don't have a copy machine, so I just took a picture through it into Photoshop and duplicated it. So for this part, I'm primarily just ripping down a 2x4 into an octagon.
This piece here is actually I'm going to cut it. It's a scrap piece from another project, I'm going to use it to connect all of these two to make the little pummel thing or whatever on even oh, you call it to hold the mason jar now we're gonna burn it up, and this is a spar urethane clearcoat, I chose to drill a hole and to put the paracord into it with epoxy this prayer cords out strictly for aesthetics, it's kind of like a little handle you.
It's turned out pretty good. So far, the pair reports on their good, I just drilled a deep hole, quarter inch and this is quarter-inch steel. Now my hole is not really straight, but I'm not too worried about it. So I'll just use this metal spike to shove it into the ground, and that should hold it up. So I got some Tiki torch twigs and these should just slide right up in here. Tiki torch fuel. That's that's all! I have all right. Let's see how she burns pretty good, so put it out. I didn't make the cap, but I think one of these small mason jars will work just fine just like that.
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