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Hey thanks for checking out my box project !! I made two boxes like this, one for the girl friend and one for her daughter with different saying on them. These are just quickie little gift boxes for Christmas, nothing fancy at all. For the pictures I used clear sticky back film that I ran through a ink jet printer then sprayed a couple coats of clear coat on them before applying them to the lids. The boxes are made from hard maple with a black stained edge to high light the edge profiles to give it a picture frame look. The inside is lined with black velvet.
Any comments would be nice.
Thanks for looking
Al

-- Woodman12608, cedar Lake, IN





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a1Jim

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#1 posted 948 days ago

Very cool idea I know they will love them.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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Northwest29

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#2 posted 948 days ago

What super gifts I’m certain they will be a hit. The black border really does make the photo ‘pop’ right off the box at you. Very nicely done. How was the inside inscription done?

Ron

-- Ron, Eugene, OR, "Curiosity is a terrible thing to waste."

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sgtq

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#3 posted 948 days ago

Nice work and good attention to detail.

-- There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America. ~William J. Clinton

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Woodenwizard

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#4 posted 948 days ago

SO this is simple, could have fooled me. Guess that is the secret of an accomplished woodworker. Make it simple but look complex. Nicely done.

-- John, Colorado's (Wooden Wizard)

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Al Wojcik

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#5 posted 948 days ago

Hey thanks for the comments.
Northwest29 to answer your question, it was done the same as the picture on top of the lid. I made up a PDF file in “publisher” and printed it out on clear sticky back film and clear coated it with a couple of layers before sticking it to the bottom side of the lid. I hope these sticky labels hold up over time is what I worry about. It looks nice but over the long haul not to sure what affect it will have with the movement of the wood.

-- Woodman12608, cedar Lake, IN

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Roger

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#6 posted 947 days ago

very nice Al. how did you do the lettering inside the lid?? thnx for sharing

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Kentuk55@bellsouth.net

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Al Wojcik

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#7 posted 947 days ago

The lettering on the inside of the lid is a sticky back label that I ran through a ink jet printer.

-- Woodman12608, cedar Lake, IN

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irishize58

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#8 posted 625 days ago

We do not like these boxes, the poster or the pictures of my daughter and I on this website or any public website without our consent. PLEASE REMOVE THIS NOW!

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irishize58

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#9 posted 624 days ago

PLEASE REMOVE!! I OBJECT TO OUR PICTURES BEING ON HERE!

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Al Wojcik

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#10 posted 624 days ago

I hope your happy now.
My God bless you with all the happyness in life.

-- Woodman12608, cedar Lake, IN

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irishize58

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#11 posted 624 days ago

Since when do you invoke God’s name! How dare you.

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