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Pine box for playing cards

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Project by David Mason posted 729 days ago 824 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I made this box out of pine and used ebony stain to finish it with. I made the box to hold our children’s card games because the cardboard boxes they come in fall apart. I can add more dividers as needed. This was my first attempt at box joints.

-- David





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Theron

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#1 posted 729 days ago

Likewise, I just recently entered the world of box joints, however your entry was more successful than mine. Congrats.

-- Theron W., Enid, OK - as a young man I enjoyed boxing, now I just like making them.

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josh

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#2 posted 729 days ago

I love the choice of color for the stain.

-- Josh; Former Pennsylvanian, current Coloradan

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#3 posted 729 days ago

I like it, nice looking joints and good stain job

-- Don, Royersford, PA

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David Mason

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#4 posted 729 days ago

Theron, it took a couple of tries before I got the joints to work. I just threw together a jig real quick and by the time I finished the box the jig was pretty much no good.

thejosh, I really like the stain also. At first I wasn’t too sure about it. I wanted something more black/brown, but after putting on the poly I really like it came out.

-- David

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