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Old 05-15-2011, 01:35 AM   #1
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Default One drawer box.

A one drawer box of my design.

I believe I have caught up posting everything of note, except a few band-aid's and splinters, after starting this hobby the beginning of this year.

I have pictures below of two versions. The first was confiscated by my six year old grandson (similar to how my three year old granddaughter grabbed my first heart box), so I made a second refining it a bit.

Both are 3" by 5" by 3" deep. Finished with tung oil finish and wipe-on poly.

The first box, the first three pictures, is made from paduk, radiata pine and mahogany.

The second box, the fourth and fifth picture, is made from paduk and hemlock. I like the color the hemlock took on a little better than the pine in the first box.

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Excellent Box Ron. I like your wood choices. Where did you get your hemlock?

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Nicely done! I have not tried the wipe on poly yet but I'm really thinking about giving it a try.
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Excellent Box Ron. I like your wood choices. Where did you get your hemlock?

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Thanks DW.

I got the hemlock at a home improvement store Home depot. Common stuff used for remodeling. It is like the radiata pine I use, cuts easily, takes finish and is cheap.


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Nicely done! I have not tried the wipe on poly yet but I'm really thinking about giving it a try.
Thanks Mike. I like the wipe on stuff because clean up is easy, only involves safely storing the rags until they are dry.
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