This aspen log glassybaby holder was a present for a friend’s birthday. The wood came from a felled Aspen on their property in Winthrop, WA. They had originally requested a coat rack for their cabin, and I had the idea while staying out there to use the aspen for it. Not a great woodworking wood, but I love how they both turned out. The hard part was finding the hardware for the coat rack – stalled the project for a long while, but then I came across them at The ReStore.
The log glassybaby holder itself is – like the coat rack – fairly simple. The second half of the aspen log sanded flat on the bottom, with four rubber feet, and spaces for the three Glassybaby votives drilled with a large forstner bit.