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  • I LOVE this snowflake design - the monogram makes it extra special. Also enjoyed watching the video on the RYOBI Holiday Headquarters site. Thanks!
    By karen_atlanta, on November 12, 2015

  • question, homedepot had the (fan, radio and workshop light) as a combo. How can I get that combo? In the near future can I make a combo set myself and buy it from here? Darryl (
    By banksd33, on December 22, 2015

  • Ana,
    My wife always wants me to do a holiday project every year and I love the monogrammed snowflake.  I really like the style of the monogram & my initial is R.  Want font did you use or where did you get the monogram template.

    By user_regimenti_1685674, on December 15, 2020

  • Where do you find the monogram template? I love this idea, but have no idea where to find the letters. 
    By kyle.walton09, on December 15, 2020

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  • My wife and I have been considering getting another dog, our Venus is in Heaven so this will be a great project for another Rott. Thanks!
    By jovanni53, on November 21, 2015

  • Hey, can you explain the Plans to me ( im new to reading plans ) whats the Blue mean on the cut list :) Thank you
    By user_hayes_1747809, on March 26, 2021
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  • These are really nice. I believe my wife and mother in law would love them.
    By John Card, on November 23, 2016

  • Made one this weekend.  It turned out great.  So happy with it. Going to tackle the smaller one next!
    By JRolMcc19, on May 21, 2019
    • Hi, my saw is a single bevel. I know after i cut the end that i flup board upside down to the right to get cuts in opposite direction. How do you do this when cutting ends in same direction. Im so confused
      By Ashleym428, on April 6, 2020

  • Hi, I am trying to make the snaller one. My mitre saw is only a single bevel. I know that to make the cuts in opposite direction; I cut the end and then flip it upside down to the right. Im so confused on how to position wood to get ends in the same direction. I cut the end and kept the same side facing up and just turned the end around to the right. Is that correct or do I flip it upside down to the left? Or do I just keep board where its at and just slide it down and cut. Im so confused on this . I hope you understand what im saying. I really need your help.Thank you. 
    By Ashleym428, on April 6, 2020
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  • This is such a fun way to hold candy - either on the porch or inside in the hallway!
    By karen_atlanta, on September 29, 2015

  • That's so clever! Great job and I bet the kids love it.
    By SDHill, on November 5, 2016
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  • Very nice! Looks very similar to my DIY drink holder that I made for Ryobi Nation, too! :) Great minds think alike!!
    By Thriftdiving, on October 28, 2015

  • This is adorable! Good job!
    By garagegirl, on August 2, 2016

  • I wanted to say, I made three of these as christmas gifts this year for my family members who have celiac disease and as such cannot have any gluten. Because of this they often bring desserts for themselves and to share to events, quite often cupcakes. I did add another dado about 1.5" below the top rack for cupcakes to slide in a false bottom. Then you can remove the two cup cake racks and it functions as a pie safe as well!
    By booyah, on January 18, 2017
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