The house prices in London are astronomical these days and I certainly canít afford to buy just yet. So I am forced to rent ever decreasing shoeboxes to live in. From time to time I get creative and want to make something for my flat.
Recently I was looking at an old mirror and thought that it would look good if I framed it with a length of pine wood that I had seen laying round at work. I measured the wood lengths out and cut the wood to length with my Leatherman saw on the kitchen table and stuck them to the mirror. Hey, presto! A new mirror to make my small living area more exciting.
Itís also great to have around the house. I bled the radiators with it the other day. My girlfriend bought a bike recently and I fixed it up with the Wave. It could have done with a hex attachment, but you canít have it all really.
I traveled with it and used it to make jewelry on the beach in Fiji. Itís been a star in my life for a while now. However it really needs a good clean and polish out, maybe even wire brushing, but I donít want to ruin it.
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