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By Matthew O. Stephens
Reporter 

Local man turns crafting into a career

 

Last updated 10/7/2021 at 4:14pm

Matthew O. Stephens

Steve Clough, Owner of Boolits and Brew, recycles bullet shells and transforms them into useful household items and camping tools.

MEDICAL LAKE – Steve Clough has turned his passion and crafting skills into his livelihood.

The local businessman recycles used bullet casings and builds functional items for the home or office.

He builds a variety of items including refrigerator magnets, pizza cutters, ice cream scoops, letter openers, outdoor camping tools and more.

The 51-year-old craftsman said he started his business "Boolits And Brew" as an Etsy store in 2019 as a way to bring in some extra income and it has grown substantially since then.

"I am just blown away by the support we have received from stores an...



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