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Project by Robin1 posted 05-08-2014 04:44 PM 630 views 1 time favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Pine jelly cupboard. Stained exterior, painted interior.





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LJackson

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#1 posted 05-08-2014 07:11 PM

Hmmm, I have never had pine jelly. Does it taste good?

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#2 posted 05-08-2014 11:49 PM

Very Nice Indeed Jim! Thank For Posting!

Pine Jelly? Not as good tasting as Humble Pie Jelly!

Why Bother Jackson?

-- Deodorant is like Common Sense. Those who need it the most, never use it.

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#3 posted 05-09-2014 12:18 AM

Tends to stick to the roof of your mouth. Thanks for the compliments!

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#4 posted 05-09-2014 01:49 AM

Jim:

Mine was a Compliment to start.

E.Jackson is a Pain In The ASS! He dos this a lot. He needs to try and pull his EGO out of the Toilet!

Sorry about that.

YES! It is a Very Nice Project! I like “Period” Pine. Yours is a Great Example of that!

Regards: Rick

-- Deodorant is like Common Sense. Those who need it the most, never use it.

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#5 posted 05-09-2014 02:34 AM

I like that! We have a pine cabinet in the kitchen that presently contains corningware and the like (breakable cookware). A neighbor of my wife (in her childhood home) made it. Meanwhile, we have a lot of jelly – because my wife likes to make it – and we have berries in the garden (and she buys other fruit to make jelly too). Right now, she cllimbs a ladder to a high cabinet where her jelly is stashed. I think I know just the place to put a cabinet like you have made, and doing it in pine would match the other cabinet.

So, you’ve got me thinking about copying you. What does the inside look like?

-Paul

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#6 posted 05-09-2014 09:26 AM

The inside is poplar shelving with a milk paint and polyacrylic finish. I’ll post pics here later today.

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#7 posted 05-09-2014 09:27 AM

Rick, I knew yours was a compliment- thank you!

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#8 posted 05-09-2014 12:32 PM

Hey, Rick, don’t get your nickers in a twist. Can’t you take a joke?

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#9 posted 05-09-2014 01:11 PM

Pic of interior is up. Sorry it’s not better- best I’ve got.

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#10 posted 05-09-2014 02:05 PM

Thanks for the interior photo. I would have to change the dimensions etc to fit my situation. Where did you get the hardware?

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#11 posted 05-09-2014 03:00 PM

The hinges were from a home center. I found the latch at an antique store but I’ve seen similar ones online. Lee Valley maybe?

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