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Finger Joint Jewelry Box
Here's a jewelry box with a bit of a twist, a shelf that rises with the lid. I designed the shelf and lid this way because a removable shelf seemed clumsy since you have to find somewhere to set...
Quick and easy to build -- with a “one-of-a-kind” flair that makes them sell fast, too Bandsaw boxes are novel in their design, deceptively simple to build and make perfect jewelry, trinket...
Making Jewelry Boxes from Veneered Molding
When we finished last week, we didn't know how many people would be interested in this project. Happily, we were surprised that so many were. There are a lot of different skills involved, and the project, overall, was challenging. Maureen and I have...
Incra Jig - Making A Jewelry Box
With the success last week of using the Incra Jig to make dovetails and box joints, I wanted to try my hand at making a joint that really can only be made with this type of a system. Incra calls it the Incra Cornerpost Eagletail--it's the one used in...
Jewelry box with three drawers and two doors. Will test your joinery skills. DXF Format.
The Keyed Corner Jewelry Box
This is the classiest-looking jewelry box we've seen that can be built in a single weekend! Whether simple or elaborate in design, jewelry boxes and keepsake boxes always make treasured gifts for family...
Pavilino Lamp Ring
Lighting for a center pole pavilion. This is basically a circle of plywood with catfood cans attached, to hold oil lamps.
Making a Jewelry Chest with Re-sawn Thuya.
Have you ever bought wood by the pound. That is what I did with this piece. It is a South American wood called Thuya and was priced at $12.45/lb. -- once weighed, it cost $46.00. When I found that out, I put it back -- and then went and got it again.
A 7 drawer mini-chest with radiused drawer fronts. DXF Format.
A simple but effective design for a ring holder.
This is one of those "fly by the seat of my pants" projects. Having never made a music box or a jewelry box, and not being able to find plans I liked, I was certainly on my own. I started with 1/4" cherry, an oval mirror, some hinges, catch and of course a music box.
Box for Jewelry
Sneak downstairs with a little nog and chisel yourself a nice box to hold your New Year's resolutions. This box could be made from teak for a beautiful looking jewelry box or make it from plywood for an artsy craftsy jewelry box.
If you need a last-minute gift idea and you have some beautiful small boards on hand, you have all you need to create this box. Start by rough-cutting a piece of padauk to 1" x 6" x 36". You’ll slice this into thinner components later. Next, select two yellowheart boards. Rough-cut one to 1" x 9" x 18" for the lid,...