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Came up with some scraps the other day decided to make a few coin boxes
Some walnut ,Brazilian cherry and peruvian alder and a couple coats of poly
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Nice I like those I been looking for some easy projects to knock out these winter blues. As cold as its been I have had no shop time. When we have a warm day I usually try to do 15 projects and actually accomplish nothing lol hence why i m looking for some easy stuff you can complete in an afternoon. Just make me feel like I actually accomplished something
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Nice job Hutt. Looks like you could pictures in the frame. Makes you wonder don't it?

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Came up with some scraps the other day decided to make a few coin boxes
Some walnut ,Brazilian cherry and peruvian alder and a couple coats of poly
Those a great small projects. Out of curiosity, what did you do to allow the retrieval of the $$?

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Two are built solid and one you could take the lid off
Thought a hammer would work pretty good for retrieval or drill a hole when they get full there kinda big so it will be awhile

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Two are built solid and one you could take the lid off
Thought a hammer would work pretty good for retrieval or drill a hole when they get full there kinda big so it will be awhile
Great looking boxes. Perfect for a gift. Maybe you could devise a secret way of removing the top.






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