How to Make a Miniature Stove



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6 comments:

  1. Great job! Thanks for the tutorial! :)

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  2. I like your step-by-step instructions and information, and the stove looks quite good. I notice that the grain is still quite strong, which means you probably needed to sand it down just a bit more and/or to use a sealer coat of some kind before applying your white paint. I did a project where I wanted my door to look like it was aluminum, and I didn't seal it right. No matter how much I sanded and spray painted, the wood grain still showed through! Thanks for sharing with us.

    George
    tallminiguy.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh my! This is darling! Lock washers! Who would have guessed! Can you tell I'm excited about this!?

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  4. Nice tutorial. I may try making it with white styrene available at model railroad stores, which would eliminate the wood grain problem.

    Judy

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  5. I think it is nice tutorial, although i could not understand all,but i am enjoy in reading. you could read our text about FUNNY story in www.anumuloyo.blogspot.com but you need translate in to your language. i am in indonesia . nice to visit your blog

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  6. Wonderful details on how to make a miniature stove. Highly detailed and very excellent recommendations. Appreciate it

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