Rasmus Pedersen

Rasmus Pedersen

Rasmus Pedersen
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DIY Chopstick Centerpiece // HGTV

DIY Chopstick Centerpiece // HGTV

Chopstick trivet - wonder what kind of glue they used and whether it's truly heat-safe?

Chopstick trivet - wonder what kind of glue they used and whether it's truly heat-safe?

If I ever decide I want a knife block again I think I'll make one of these.

If I ever decide I want a knife block again I think I'll make one of these.

Chopstick Rubber Band Gun Tutorial

Chopstick Rubber Band Gun Tutorial

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: Japanese Chopsticks Boat Toy Craft

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: Japanese Chopsticks Boat Toy Craft

How to Make a Chopsticks Basket!  #easycrafts

How to Make a Chopsticks Basket! #easycrafts

Bendwood jig: This is a nifty idea. I didn't know there  was a way to do this without having multiple specific shaped jigs. Can't wait to try this.

Bendwood jig: This is a nifty idea. I didn't know there was a way to do this without having multiple specific shaped jigs. Can't wait to try this.

The stacked steamer trays are light-weight but also critically hollow so that a flexible foam insert can be added in the middle. This padding combined with the free-to-move chopsticks sitting on top make it so that the stool has give when sat upon – how many brand new stools can boast such clever functionality, let alone recycled ones? (maybe even some hidden storage?)

The stacked steamer trays are light-weight but also critically hollow so that a flexible foam insert can be added in the middle. This padding combined with the free-to-move chopsticks sitting on top make it so that the stool has give when sat upon – how many brand new stools can boast such clever functionality, let alone recycled ones? (maybe even some hidden storage?)

Make a DIY Diffuser // You’ll need: mineral oil, vodka, chopsticks, essential oil and a small vase. Mix ¼ cup of mineral oil with 2-3 tablespoons of vodka in your small vase. Once that’s mixed, add essential oil – you want your mixture to be 75% “base” and 25% essential oil. Then, insert your chopsticks. That’s it! Flip them once a day and enjoy the fresh scent of your choice.

Make a DIY Diffuser // You’ll need: mineral oil, vodka, chopsticks, essential oil and a small vase. Mix ¼ cup of mineral oil with 2-3 tablespoons of vodka in your small vase. Once that’s mixed, add essential oil – you want your mixture to be 75% “base” and 25% essential oil. Then, insert your chopsticks. That’s it! Flip them once a day and enjoy the fresh scent of your choice.