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    I love David Pollatta's tooth fairy box. It is perfect for my 8 year old grandson who lost 2 teeth in a week this summer. I made three of them out of a scrap piece of oak stair tread with an oak lid and 5 from an irregular scrap piece of 5/4 cherry with a cherry lid. I think I will give a few of them to my dentist to give out to patients. However, instead of gluing a piece of dowel into the lid which then just sits in the body, I used 1 1/8" long axle pegs which I glued into the body. The lid moves on the peg and the hub keeps the lid from falling off and getting lost. Thank you for a great, quick and easy pattern.
    George
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    George we would love to see a picture.
    Scott
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    • #3
      Yes we would.
      Betty

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        OK folks, picture. I finally figured out how to upload a picture. Here is one each of my version of the oak and cherry boxes. Note the axle peg holding the top in place but allowing it to move.
        George
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        • #5
          George those are a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
          Scott
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