Mason jar candy dispenser


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Now the slide that will dispense the candy. 8” X 2” X a little less than 3/4” thick to allow it to slide freely. A 7/8 diameter hole with a 45 degree bevel. A 1/2” round bit on the end to pull the slide out and a 1/4” hole for the stop in the top and bottom to keep the slide from going in too far and one to keep it from coming outE3DA8D38-6DA5-4705-8FF0-E5427E782C47.jpeg.b54e714ea657518cd04ee7c4c5831898.jpegBB3D59AA-BD68-4205-97AC-90662782578D.jpeg.f4816bbf1a616b36829d7f7bb54257f8.jpeg37EB1F07-3EF1-4C29-A714-1C27925C4A0D.jpeg.97199524eff2bf382578dc8e62e751ca.jpeg4D07880F-E0DE-45EB-84A3-C0F05C29231D.jpeg.1f1dac8d85e4c876e68ec3746707e7b2.jpeg

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2 hours ago, treeslayer said:

Thanks Paul, more of a how-to instead of a journal but I had a request from a couple good friends on here to show how I build them and if it saves some scraps from the burn pile and somebody is looking for a quick and easy gift I’ll be happy 

Thanks. Got tons of wood. Met a lady who turned decorative rings or covers for jars. She used E6000 adhesive which seems to be a silicone.

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