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  • tdub4ever
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    I sure can't tell it's your first box, excellent work! Don

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  • Trackman
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    Thanks for all of your input. I did stack cut the sides two at a time. I was very happy how the corners turned out for my first time making miters.

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  • Fran1942
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    Very nice work on your box.
    Fran

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  • handibunny
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    Very nice job! I see many beautiful boxes in your future.

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  • lkbraa
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    Wow, what a beautiful box!!! You wouldn't think this was your first...and I hear ya about what you learn when you are doing it...sometimes the mags make it look way easy...NOT! Did you stack cut the sides, or cut them individually? Ya gotta luv Walnut, it is a dream to work with...one of my favs.

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  • Trackman
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    First Box

    This tulip box pattern is by Janice Manuel out of the Aug 2011 other mag. You can put potpourri in it.

    The pattern called for butt in joints but I like miter joints better. Also it called for 1/4" and I made it out of 3/8" walnut.

    This is my first try at a box, you sure learn alot by doing
    First picture isn't very clear, didn't notice until I uploaded it, lol
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