|Project by Buche||posted 06-08-2015 01:28 AM||1039 views||5 times favorited||4 comments|
My daughter recently volunteered me to build a garden tool box for a school fundraising event. I had some cedar siding left over from a recent build so I agreed to put something together. Always on the lookout for projects to practice my skills on, I could not resist to add a few dovetails to this project. I had originally wanted to build a second little box as a sliding till, but ‘kinda’ ran out of time. Knowing that other kids would bring seeds for the same project, I added the little sliding seed packet organizer instead.
the entire box is made out of scrap cedar siding, except for the pins (oak dowel) holding the handles to the box and a few smaller pins made out of bamboo skewers. It’s about 10 inches wide and about 20 inches long. Just prior to taking these pictures I threw on a liberal coat of BLO.
Thanks for looking.