The leftover kaleidoscope has to be one of my favorite leftover techniques as it takes some of the worst leftover bits and pieces and turns them into something really cool. Each cane is completely unique and can’t be repeated ever. It turns something rather boring into something really exciting as you won’t know what the cane is going to look like until you’ve cut into the finished piece. This technique is easy, fun, exciting and works for just about any leftovers.
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