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  1. Two Kids, Two Weddings, Two Keepsake Boxes

    Both of our kids got married this year (son in August, daughter in November) to wonderful spouses, and I (in consultation with my wife) built these keepsake boxes for them as wedding gifts. They're made of walnut and ambrosia maple, finished with boiled linseed oil and shellac. The hinges are...
  2. Rosewood Humidor - Cuban Origin Cedar

    At long last, I've finished a new humidor. This one has an interesting twist. The sides are built from solid Honduran mahogany with a 3/4-in. multi-ply top and a 1/4-in. multi-ply bottom. Rosewood veneer covers the shell. Edge banding is wenge and the inlay is holly. Hinges are of the side rail...
  3. El Tigre

    Here is a maple and red oak jewelry box I finished not to long ago. I'm not a huge fan of red oak because it seems like it's every where but i found this particular board to be very interesting. It reminded me of tiger striping, hence the name. The lid is maple burl veneer and the trim and...
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    Tutorial: Installing Side Rail Hinges If, like me, you are new to box making, you may be apprehensive about installing hinges. The number of options is large and bewildering and, with hinge installation being one of the final steps in the construction process, fear of ruining a nearly...
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