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Something for the man cave

Posted by nmgirl 8 S.NM (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 5, 11 at 9:13

A project for the guys!

Here is a link that might be useful: holder


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RE: Something for the man cave

That key holder is a clever idea. Marylee


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RE: Something for the man cave

hmmmm - link isn't working for me


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RE: Something for the man cave

It didn't work for me either, so I shortened the address to the main site, and was told I don't have access.
Kathy


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Sorry it's taken me awhile to get back to this. We had this big storm go through and my internet connection always goes out when the weather's bad.
I can't access the original link either so I found another that's similar. The only difference is the number of spark plugs. The original link had 4-5 spark plugs. I think it was meant to be a key hanger.
See if this link works for you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Spark plug coat hanger


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RE: Something for the man cave

That is a good idea.

Just be sure to hang it high enough or in a place that no one will bump it or back into it. I had some hangers that were long wooden beads with a nail through the hole in my long narrow closet. I backed up too far into the nail head. Oh it hurt! I took them off the lower area after that.

Kathy


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I could see this idea as being taken outside to build some cool garden art stuff, something round with these around the edge....hmmm


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I have 1 or 2 old spark plugs that I was thinking of making into bugs. It's just another idea to consider. - Laura


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That is a great site- apparently in foreign country but they do tell what they did in English. The < > on each side take you to more recycled stuff & the corks make a great bulletin board, idea 228 I think. Go < to get the CD stuff that is so neat- cut out with some kind of saw & beautiful patterns. Each day has a recycled idea so you could spend a lot of time on there. TFS Jan


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