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    Hi Everyone, I was wondering what is good sellers for you for valentines day? I have sold a few heart clocks in the past and was looking for a good seller. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I am thinking fretwork. Steve
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    this is a quick project.
    It is a heart shaped keepsake box.
    The top is BBply and so is the base the heart itself is just common 3/4 pine
    I took some thinner 1/4 pine and put that over the BBply top to make the puffy heart.

    I got the plan from Wildwood or Scroller ltd when it was offered for free.
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    • #3
      Carl - that is really nice! I like the design and you did a great job cutting. The inlya looks really good.

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      • #4
        Very nicely done, Carl. That's very simple but effective. Am I right in thinking that the holes around the border are drilled?

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        • #5
          Yes the holes are drilled. The rose isn't really an inlay it is just glued on. The camera angle is deceiving
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