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    Hi! This is for Jim Kape. I would like to know where he got the unfinished decoupage memory box he describes in his book titled "Making Wooden Chess Sets". I've checked Michaels, and Hobby Lobby, and neither carry the size he talks about. I would appreciate a response a.s.a.p. Thanks you so much. Don

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    Don, sorry for the late response, I just moved across country. I truly did get those boxes from Michaels.
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      But, if you aren't picky about looks, I use four dollar tackle boxes to store the ones I build. It's faster and cheaper. Takes two per set.
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