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  • I love this project, but you really should of used a better team like Notre Dame..lol
    By SoCraftySewCreative, on September 1, 2015

  • socraftysewcreative, Haha Jeannie! Tell you what... When Urban Meyer is coaching there, consider it done. (You know, timing.) :)
    By My Altered State, on September 3, 2015

  • Roll Tide. Love the project! Im building a man cave and will do all the teams in my conference. Thanks for the fun idea.
    By kahuna1360, on September 11, 2015


  • I totally agree with SoCraftySewCreative!!! Great project!!!
    By LetsGetCrafty, on September 25, 2015


  • Where did you get the stencil printout from?
    By Mglick07, on March 30, 2019
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  • This is a great idea for a kids' game in the fall!
    By karen_atlanta, on September 1, 2015

  • This is a great idea - I've been a huge Yahtzee fan all my life! However, there are 5 dice in the game, not 6!! I'm also wondering how well the dice roll/stay up on grass - it would have to be cut very short (or, there's the option of playing on a harder, flatter surface such as concrete). Thanks!
    By auntcici, on September 16, 2015

  • Love this!!! How fun for outdoor play time and what a great gift this would be!! Where did you find the basket?
    By Sherridrum, on June 5, 2016

  • Awesome! Great job at getting the kids outside and active!
    By Chosenconstruction, on February 10, 2018

  • My sisters birthday is this week & I haven’t been able to find her anything unique. She loves Yatzee & lives in the country, so I think these would make a great Belated gift. Thanks for sharing!
    By Lionhart09, on July 13, 2018
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  • What would I build? I would take on all of the small projects around the house that I keep having to ask my father in law to do, because I don't own a power saw! We've lived for 10 years in our house without baseboards on the second floor, so that would be my first project! I'm sure the 12" Ryobi sliding miter saw would help accomplish the job, no problem!
    By Tosa Laurie, on September 3, 2015

  • I bet you could put a plastic liner where the bottles are and put ice in it to keep the drinks cold. Neat Idea! I might try this. Thanks for sharing!
    By mtaylor729, on September 3, 2015

  • I would build an entryway bench with cubbies!! Of course with the hubbies help, but I think we could do it with that amazing saw!!
    By Pinkbubblelady, on September 3, 2015

  • Such a neat project.. What would I do? Add wainscoting in my kitchen.
    By henrysmt, on September 3, 2015

  • I would build a vintage headboard bench, and untold numbers of picture frames for all my unframed art.
    By poordog3, on September 4, 2015

  • this is a great project. Bottles stay in place not rolling around on a tray. LIKE, LIKE,LIKE
    By Right Tools, on September 5, 2015

  • Great project. I would use the miter saw to finish all of the trim in my room addition, baseboards, window trim, chair rail. I also have some projects that would be much easier with sliding miter saw. Would love, love, love it!
    By Renee928, on September 7, 2015

  • Best looking DIY drink holder I've seen! The snack compartment/tray is genius. Thanks for the inspiration. With a mitre saw, I'd build a sofa.
    By qgerms, on September 23, 2015

  • Love it! If I had my very own miter saw, I'd make your awesome drink holder and finally be able to build all of my own canvases!
    By CaraMarie, on September 24, 2015

  • I'll post pictures of mine once my wall mounted bottle opener comes in. I had to order it online. I didn't see any in the stores that I liked.
    By bruceetaylor_1040, on October 6, 2015
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  • You could still use it as a place to park phones, maybe even set up a charging station. I occasionally miss having the phone tethered to the wall, because that way you could at least always find it. Nice little table.
    By yvonneemueller, on March 6, 2016
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  • I love these! It's beautiufully simple with just nice clean lines! Gorgeous! As far as a plant muuurrrrddddeeerrrr, you just weren't in a relationship with the right plants. ?:0) Happy to hear you found the right ones.
    By Teenie Weenies, on June 23, 2017
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