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Old 02-14-2013, 07:06 PM   #1
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Hope this works, trying to post on iphone
Well it didn't work , after my flocking dries ill post a pic on the computer.m

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Flocking not dry yet? LOL
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Yep, the flocking is finally dry :-), I'll try it again, this time from my computer.
The large one is from Texas Red Cedar that was 4" X 6" and 9" tall and was done on a band saw. The smaller one is also red cedar and was done on my Dewalt 788 with a #5 Polar FD blade.
The flocking which you can't see in the pics is blue.
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Nicely done.
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OKIE!

Great job.
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Very nicely done. Thanks for sharing them with us.


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I love the boxes.

I was hoping to see your flocking.... I am interested in doing that to a couple of the boxes I am working on.
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Brenda, look at the thread "Simple little slider box" I think it's just under this one and it shows some of the flocking. It's easy to do. I got some of the little metal handle brushes, they call them glue brushes, and I think they are going to work good. I got 1/4". Before I was useing foam brushes and it was hard to keep from getting it on the top, especially on a small drawer, but I think these are going to be better. They say the trick is let it sit over night or 12 to 15 hours before you dump the excess out. That's hard for me to do because I'm short on patients, but so far I have been able to wait.
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Very nice looking boxes. I also enjoy making them in the smaller sizes. I have been told young ladies like that size the best for their trinkets.
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I like making the smaller ones, since I do it on the scroll saw except for cutting off the back side.
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