How to make a beautiful tray from a piece of beech firewood

I have quite a bit of firewood from my own small forest. But there are also some pieces that are suitable for small woodworking projects. Originally, I wanted to make a tray for glasses for the kitchen table, but then spontaneously, and certainly also due to the Christmas season, an even better use for it had arisen and so it became a candle holder. The tools I used* : #Dremel 3000 ⇾ https://amzn.to/3rWFwNn #Bosch PSS 250 AE sander ⇾ https://amzn.to/31RP01F #Stanley Bailey chisel set ⇾ https://amzn.to/3sfOMfN #HaWe 233.10 carpenter's chisel ⇾ https://amzn.to/31ZaWaH #Scheppach HMS1080 jointer and thickness planer ⇾ https://amzn.to/31Pv7rW *affiliate links

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