Round cedar logs, cut in half lengthwise, serve as the decorative facade on this firewood holder. After cutting the pressure-treated lumber, mark the measurements needed for the facade on the cedar logs, cut them to length, then rip the logs lengthwise using a table saw. With the wood frame assembled and sturdy, secure the cedar facade onto the pressure-treated lumber frame using galvanized screws (Image 1). Ripping through large logs like the ones used in this project, or any dense wood, can be hard on blades. Be sure the blade is sharp before you begin. It's good practice to replace blades regularly to ensure smoother cuts.