Samantha’s (@Samusa) hot tub. I ended up making it from a cut-down slender soda can (it was the right circumference, and the sides were nice and thin), railroad lumber and real wood scrapbooking paper. It has a false bottom, and I used my Cameo to cut the circles for it (three cardboard circles plus a wood scrapbooking paper circle, all stacked and glued together). It did a beautiful job on the circles. Much, much better than I could ever do by hand. Plus, it hums a little tune when cutting circles. I then added some legs so that the floor of the tub is a little less than halfway up from the true bottom of the can. The octagonal bench was also made from railroad lumber. I printed out two concentric octagons sized to fit the hot tub, covered them with removable scrapbooking tape, then laid my boards down (gluing them together as I did so). After the glue was dry on each section, I used a ruler and box cutter to cut nice, sharp angles.