If you cut them in half and then glue or nail the flat part in a lower Cabinet, then could use to separate baking pans or pot/pan covers.
you could finish and seal them to use as a tray or a base for a display. Another idea is to add legs to them and use as a footstool or a place for a plant.
Susan: you could do this with them. It would make a great gift!
An English pathway.
you could use them as chargers for your table or add feet to the bottom and use as a stand for desserts, etc. and here are some other ideas
You could turn them into a gallery wall!
Paint on them and hang them up as art.
Make a picnic table by securing to some plywood.
Use them as bases for Ornaments or Vases or models, or make cake stand or use for Decanter and Glasses...........
Hi Susan: You can make outdoor end tables, put waterproofing, like Thompsons Waterproofing, on it and make a walkway for a path, or cut them in 1/2 horizontally and stick them around your flower bed. Good luck
Depending on how big...stepping stones!
How thick and heavy are the slices, what kind of wood are they?
I agree with the stepping stone idea. Just check to find out how to weatherproof them.
'Don't know how thick or heavy they are, but what about using them for a giant yard display, one oval for each of the 'countdown' days until Christmas? Hook them onto C cup hooks, and each day remove one.
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