Reclaimed Wood Tea Tray

with Perennial

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3.0 | 1 review

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Using a combination of hand tools and power tools (chop saw and table saw), the class will learn how to make a rectangular mitered box with partitions to hold your tea goodies. Using reclaimed wood for the sides and lath for the base, the class will learn half-lap joinery to create partitions (choose from two layouts) to fit your tea bags, cups, and tea pot. Your new tray will help keep your counter organized without compromising style.


Materials saved from the landfill: wood, hardware, leather belts

What's Provided

All tools and materials provided.

What You Can Expect From This Experience
  • sawing
  • sanding
  • half-lap joinery
  • cutting wood
Please Note

This experience has a minimum of 3 students required to go forward. You'll be notified if it is below minimum 7 days in advance. If the minimum is not met 24 hours before the event, you’ll have the option to pay the difference for a private event amount, transfer to another date or Dabble experience, or receive a refund.

Cancellation Policy
Location
Perennial
3762 S. Broadway,
St. Louis , MO , 63118

EVENT DETAILS

Date & Time

Location

Perennial

Price

$50 per Ticket

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* Registration closes 72 hours before event

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

Perennial

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Perennial is a community workshop + store that transforms trash into creatively restored objects and teaches the St. Louis community how to do the same.

For more information visit www.perennialstl.org or call 314-832-2288.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Tonia O.
    Reviewed on 06/22/19

    This was a fun class. I’m very happy with what I made. I am not happy with the smell of the place. There was something about the room we were in. It didn’t seem to be ventilated very well. I ended up with a massive headache and a cough. I'm not sure I want to take another wood working class there if it is in the same room.

    This was a fun class. I’m very happy with what I made. I am not happy with the smell of the place. There was something about the room we were in. It didn’t seem to be ventilated very well. I ended up with a massive headache and a cough. I'm not sure I want to take another wood working class there if it is in the same room.

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