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  1. Medal Display Cabinet

    This is a medal display cabinet that I built for my next door neighbor's son. It was to display all the medals he accumulated during his high school sporting career. I made the whole thing from some select pine. There is a small V groove cut in all the shelves for the medals to rest in. I...
  2. Medal Display Case

    Marathon medal case for my boss' Christmas present. Walnut with maple accents. This is the first time I bought semi-rough lumber and milled it with my new jointer (still need a planer) and the thickness is a bit uneven, but OK. Through-tennon joinery (first try at this - need sharper chisels!)...
  3. Air Force Symbol Shadow Box

    Red oak and white were used in this one. Used Valspar paint from Lowe's. Made a template on the epilogue to keep all the accents in the correct place. Currently making another in mahogany.
  4. Running medal display

    Brandon is working toward running a Marathon, and this display will record the journey. He built it, I just provided the tools and some of the materials. We are very proud of him.
  5. Running Bib Display Board

    Nothing like combining two hobbies into one. This project was inspired by my wife (she also did the finishing work - great job with the colors and font) to display the family's growing collection of racing bibs and associated medals. Just a simple piece of MDF quick cut on the tablesaw...
  6. War Medel Case

    My dad and I built this for my Grandfather for his WWII medals when he was a paratrooper. The material is walnut with a pecan lamination all the way around the perimeter. We had felt lined peg boards so the medels could be pinned from behind had a plaque with his rank and service time. The...
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