|Project by woodgu||posted 11-22-2010 05:36 AM||1304 views||1 time favorited||7 comments|
We had a toy box the kids used growing up. It was simply pine planks bolted to a 2×2 frame. My wife wanted a rustic looking cedar chest for her quilts, yet there were a couple of places the kids had written their names in crayon. My wife wanted these areas preserved. I jointed the planks, assembled the box, and lined it with cedar, then I put a hinged on the lid. I conspicuously framed the crayon hieroglyphics for posterity.
-- Phil G