Learn Japanese online for free Posted by Tae Kim Welcome to my site for learning Japanese! As reward for visiting, here is something cool or interesting in Japanese that might motivate you to study. DIY Rustic Pallet Coffee Table When I started the project I'm about to share with you, I had no idea what I was doing or how it would turn out. Luckily, I am thrilled with the results: This rustic looking coffee table was made with just two pallets.
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