|Project by muniart||posted 1708 days ago||1610 views||18 times favorited||12 comments|
I owe this project to a fellow woodturner who gave a talk at our club on putting lids on jars..Thanks Jim
What you do is go to the local thrift shops and buy for under $5 (thats what I paid). Again I used scrap pieces that we all have saved for just such projects. Of course they do not have to be as elaborate as these. They can be simple shapes. I put the shavings I made and added them to the jars (this is optional,depending on what the spouse has to say) These are a great gift giver. You could fill the jar with whatever: cash, candy, marbles, your teeth. From the left: Coco-Bolo and satinwood, Angico and Satinwood, Lignum-vitae, Mulberry, and Purpleheart.
-- A world without wood is chaos