If you have a touch of ugly tree in your yard, turn it into a piece of art that will attract the attention of anyone who sees it. You can add form and function to the stump by turning it into a tree stump chair. The process is simple.
Instructions to make tree stump chair: draw a 16 inch by 24 inch rectangle in the upper part of the stump. Place a narrow rectangle edge where you want the front of your chair. The space to the left and the right rectangle understand his arms, and the space between the rear edge of the trunk and rectangle understand your back.
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Remove the wooden rectangle with the angle grinder. Reduce the time of about 18 inches to create the depth of the support arms and back. You can work to maintain the smooth edges for a finished look, or you can keep the edges a bit hefty for a rustic look.
Cover the bare wood with clear polyurethane and a brush to help protect the wood from drying out and turning light gray. Allow at least 48 hours before sitting in the tree stump chair.