|Project by oscorner||posted 01-20-2007 12:21 PM||2055 views||3 times favorited||8 comments|
I made this jewelry box for my neice for a Christmas present a couple of years ago. It is made of white wood. The top tray was routed out and lined with felt. The original design did not have the top with ridges, instead this was a change caused by a tearout caused when using my hand plane to smooth the top. Afterwards I used my router to remove the tearout and continued with this to come up with the design. The most dificult part of this jewelry box was gluing the molding around the base of the box. I ended up using brads and glue to attach the molding as the clamps I had would not apply the equal pressure needed to hold the molding in place. A small chain was used to keep the top from opening up enough to sprang the hinges.
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