We live in a kauri villa. Kauri is a very special wood in New Zealand, so when we've done alterations to the house and had to remove any kauri we've kept it. Haven't really had any idea what we might do with it, but we've kept it all the same.
We don't have much, just some weatherboards and bits and pieces.
This month I was devouring my UK Country Living magazine as usual and saw something that I thought I might be able to make myself and use up a teeny bit of kauri in the process.
Can you tell what it is!!
I'm making it long enough to hold 12 eggs, it may take some time as the cordless drill ran out of battery after this so I have to wait for it to charge. Still, it gave me time to do a bit of sanding.
It's going to be long and thin and will have legs. My plan is to make it look something like this...
( CL Magazine)