Joined 5 years ago from Texas
I am a Do It Yourself type of person.
I love wood projects, crafting and beaded crafts.
I am currently working on a huge project of making a wooden geared clock. It is testing all my woodworking skills and patience!
My wish is to share my experience with you and offer any tips or suggestions along the way.
I joined Squidoo on June 25, 2011 so I could share some of my stories and experiences. My very first Squidoo page I mad was a nice rich featured page and was doing really good. Someone made an almost exact copy of that Lens and I was forced to take it down.
Since the closing anouncement of Squidoo and the risk of having my content deleted, I have opted to join Hub Pages and continue my journey and sharing my experiences.
6 years ago
I decided to compare the two best rotary tools to see how a corded model and cordless stack up next to each other. I'm sure there are quite a few differences you can come up with, but if we take the accessories and attachments out of the equation...
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