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Stand Up Jewelry Box #6: Ring Tray and Smaller boxes

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Blog entry by cowboyup3371 posted 01-20-2018 02:26 AM 359 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 5: Interior Pieces Part 6 of Stand Up Jewelry Box series Part 7: More small work »

I have repeatedly said one of the best things of this project is that my eldest daughter and I are spending time together working on it. Unfortunately the extreme cold weather we are having has done a number on her health causing pain in her chest and overall discomfort. As such, she is unable to work in our shop for very long which has created a major damper on that time. So today, I took her out to Wright Patterson Air Force Base’s wood shop so we could build her portion of the project – the lower free standing drawers. With my assistance, she was able to joint, plane, and cut the two boxes leaving them ready for the plywood bottoms that we’ll cut on Sunday.

Once we finished them, I used the scroll saw for the first time to cut out the slots in the sides of the ring tray. The first set was cut too closely to the edges to be useful so once we got home I grabbed some of what was left of my walnut to cut new pieces. I hurried back out to the base making it to the shop in enough time before they closed. It still needs some clean up and the plywood bottom but here’s the ring tray

And the tray fits in the box fairly well but obviously everything is not glued up yet

-- Cowboy Up or Quit - If you are going to quit than get out of my way



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#1 posted 01-20-2018 02:37 AM

Great start and take care there’s way to much sickness going around these day’s.

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#2 posted 01-21-2018 01:17 PM

Looks like an interesting project and it’s really great that you are doing a project with your daughter. A great way to bond.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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