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Project by pdegreyt posted 707 days ago 782 views 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I was looking for a project to do with my 6 year old son on Saturday, I remember Steve Ramsey from Woodworking for Mere Mortals made some boxes form some scrap wood, so I decided to do that. the boxes are made from mostly pine wood, I used some wood I reclaimed some wood from an entertainment center that my loves to hate. I mostly used my table saw to make these the round overs were done with my router and my belt-sander. if you are looking for a quick project to do, or you are looking for a gift for that special someone in in your life give this project a shot.





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JarodMorris

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#1 posted 707 days ago

FYI, it’s Steve Ramsey and he lives in Marin County or Marin City in California. Those look good. I always like a good box and Steve is definitely a proponent of boxes. I crack up every time he talks about woodworking is really just about making boxes and using them for different purposes. Really entertaining.

-- Dad: Someone was supposed to pick up his toys! Son: My name isn't "Someone".

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pdegreyt

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#2 posted 707 days ago

I stand corrected, and yes, he is really funny

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abie

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#3 posted 707 days ago

Love Steve and his show.wish your camera gave us a better view of these.
Abie

-- Bruce. a mind is like a book it is only useful when open.

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pdegreyt

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#4 posted 707 days ago

Let me see what I can do with a better camera, I mostly use my phone camera not the best I agree, but one uses what he or she cans

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Arlin Eastman

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#5 posted 707 days ago

Nice boxes and I really like the idea of used woods.

Can anyone tell me more about Steve Ramsey and if he has any Youtube or DVDs

Arlin

-- It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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pdegreyt

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#6 posted 707 days ago

I hope those are a little better, my phone took better pictures at one time but then there was the superglue incident the pictures on my phone have been cloudy ever since, but it is nice to have when I don’t have my camera handy

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pdegreyt

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#7 posted 707 days ago

Steve is on Youtube,Facebook, Google plus, and he has a webpage. Just checkout Woodworking for Mere Mortals on youtube to see his videos, let post the link to the videos here hope that helps there Arlin, Steve is a great guy with some good woodworking tips, and he is very weird and funny, but I believe that you have to be to be a woodworker because if you don’t like have fun in what you what is the point to it all.

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Arlin Eastman

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#8 posted 706 days ago

Thank you so much

Arlin

-- It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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pdegreyt

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#9 posted 706 days ago

Oh by the way I know the other box wasn’t on there before because, I just made it today in under 30 mins or it’s free. That was the first time I did a bit carving, not the best I think but I wanted the box to stand out a little. The Motive on the box is a Tudor Rose or that’s was what I was going for at least, even though it turned out to be a abstract rose( meaning it doesn’t look any thing like what the rose looks like) I learned that trick from Picasso, ever wondered why his stuff was weird, He started out wanting to paint a person, messed up and instead of trowing away the painting he called it abstract, see that works in woodworking as well, and there are some places(like Ashland,Eugene, and Portland) in Oregon where I live I could pass that story off and people would believe me.

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