Don’t Typically Make This Type of Project | Wood Sculpting Wine Rack

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I went way out of my comfort zone with this one. This is not typically the type of project I make. I like woodworking projects with clean lines. I decided to challenge myself in a different way for this project. I took a slab I chainsaw milled and created an organic looking wood sculpture for holding wine bottles. I love how it turned out and it was a pretty quick build. If you’re going to build a wine rack might as well make it look at cool as possible! One really long day in the shop or split it into two days and you can make this woodworking project too.

Here’s the template I drew for this wine rack:

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