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    Card Scraper Holder

    I got a set of concave / convex scrapers for Christmas. This meant that my make-shift stash spot in the corner of the rasp drawer was suddenly too small. Grabbed a piece of mahogany scrap out of the bin, cut some kerfs in it on the bandsaw, added a couple of L-screws and hung it up. I put a screw through the lower section to keep it tight to the wall when grabbing for a scraper.

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    Scrapers? Those look more like OSHA-approved Ninja Throwing Stars.

    Nice job on the holder.
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    SNAP Wow great minds think alike Vaughn ....on the other hand fools never differ.

    Nice , dealing with the storage the moment you get em thats the way to avoid problems of finding them later. However on the birds of a feather flock together side of storage, i am struggling to get my mind around how the mallet flocks with the scrapers, i guess if all else fails use the mallet.
    cheers

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