There are multiple ways for you to cut Stikwood. Choose between different saws.
Mark the Stikwood with a pencil to know where to cut.
Cut your Stikwood with a hand saw, chop saw, or jig saw.
Whether the scraps arose from a fireplace surround application or a rustic wood wall paneling project in a bedroom, there's a reason to be grateful for those leftover reclaimed wood planks: They can be used to amp up style across your home. Here are six small-scale projects you can complete with leftover Stikwood just in time for your holiday guests to arrive.