DIY Stackable Salt Cellar // Easy Woodworking Project // No Lathe // Scrap Wood Project

DIY Stackable Salt Cellar // Easy Woodworking Project // No Lathe // Scrap Wood Project
I purchased a Marble Stackable Salt Cellar a while back and thought it would be a fun project to recreate with wood. It was really simple to do using scrap wood and some basic tools!

For more information on this project check out my website – https://www.3x3custom.com/tutorials/diy-stackable-salt-cellars

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DIY Stackable Salt Cellar // Easy Woodworking Project // No Lathe // Scrap Wood Project

6 thoughts on “DIY Stackable Salt Cellar // Easy Woodworking Project // No Lathe // Scrap Wood Project”

  1. Awesome little project! What would you think of this suggestion?
    To eliminate the 'slop' in the fit, when routing out the rabbet, perhaps you could cut a small groove in it which could accept a rubber 'O' ring?
    That would not only eliminate the 'slop', but, seal the stackable pieces as well.
    All in all, really well done.

  2. That is so cool how you have been able to accomplish tasks using unconventional methods. By the way, what camera do you use to record your videos? Your video quality looks really good and I am looking to post some videos at some point too.

  3. That's thinking out of the box! Some great tips there. I don't have a lathe either, so anything that allows you to make rounds with a different tool is helpful. Ha. Never thought about taking the drill out of the hole saw after starting it. I'll be using that one in the future. Amazing how sometimes the simplest things elude you.

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