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    Walnut Stepstool

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    Looks really good, what is it for Matt, for making the counter tops lower for the little tikes?

    I know if I stepped on that, it would be toothpicks

    Sure is pretty wood!
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    Legs have a nice effect!

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    Looks nice, Matt. I bet it'll do the job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Dunlap View Post
    I had a guy at work who weighs about 200 lbs stand on it and it was rock steady.
    Well, if Stu and I each shaved off our beards we'd be able to use it too, then.

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    Good job! I like its slim lines, and the use of sapwood on the legs, it gives the interest drawing attention to them.
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    Well, I'm a tad over 200lbs, sadly, but I have no doubt it is well built Matt, and it does look great, hope them kids take their shoes off before stepping on it!
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