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Old 11-07-2012, 07:08 PM   #1
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Hello everyone,
It's been a long time since my last posting, and my last project completion (been too busy and lacked motivation). This is the gift box from the "Boxes Bowls and Baskets" issue. I made it from hickory (main body), cedar (petals), and walnut (leaves).

Other than hickory being very challenging to use, this was a fun little project.
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Nice looking box. And the bow really sets it off.

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Very nice. Good job.
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That is beautiful.

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Great job!
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Oh, that's SO beautiful! I love your pattern position to "color" the petals -- and it looks like you flocked the inside, as well. What a WONDERFUL piece!
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What an excellent gift? Good job!!!!!
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V ery nicely done Steve. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Nicely done!
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Yup to all the above comments. That is VERY well done.
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