|Forum topic by Minorhero||posted 03-31-2014 09:44 PM||695 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
03-31-2014 09:44 PM
I have made a small box (3 inches on a side by 2.5 inches deep) but unfortunately I kinda messed it up in a few places ;) Most of the problems I fixed but the last problem I haven’t figured out the best way to fix.
The bottom of the box is not perfectly flush with all 4 sides. It on two of the sides (one more then the other) there is a gap at the top of the piece, though the outside of the box looks great. The gap is about 2mm wide at its widest. I want to cover this up or fix this gap but getting inside to do it is difficult given the tight nature of the box.
I have considered 1) simply placing a new bottom of the box ontop of the current one. 2) placing a fabric bottom on the box (the box is going to be for jewelry as a gift a box). 3) flocking and hoping to cover it up that way. I am not sure if I could simply use wood filler, but I really have no experience with that.