It is an almost impossible thing to make your wood grain tumbler ideas! There are many things to do with wood grain tumblers, and some of them are good, some are bad, and some are terrible.
First there is a problem with wood grain tumblers being too small for the average person to hold. I’m not sure how big the average person is, though. It also seems like most people don’t have long enough fingers to be able to hold a properly sized wood tumbler. But there’s also a problem with the quality of wood grain tumblers. The most popular wood grain tumblers are made of ceramic, which is expensive and not very durable.
The problem with ceramic tumblers is that they have a nasty tendency to scratch. Thats because they can scratch easily when they’re in a full-on wet environment. A couple of our friends recently had a couple of ceramic tumblers break and were lucky to get a new one, but with that kind of scratch potential, it’s not a pretty sight.
The solution is to use real wood grain tumblers, and that includes solid oak. The problem with oak is that it is too strong, so its not very durable.
Now that we have a better idea of what kind of wood works best for our particular project, the next thing we need to do is figure out the perfect wood stain. I’m thinking of using wood stain on the tops of our cabinets and the backs of our chairs. Both projects will be easy to finish and be a bit lighter than using solid wood tumblers.