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Old 04-18-2014, 02:54 PM   #1
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Default Finished the assembly of the bows boxes.

Well I finally finished the boxes, it was a bit of a challenge but I really enjoyed making them, thanks Carole for the good instructions.
I used Nextabond glue for the bows and it worked very well.

Just have a few more projects to complete and then time for golf.
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Nice job, Pete! I'm sure everyone will love them.

I'm glad the Nexabond glue worked well--I just treated myself to a large bottle for the next round of bow boxes, and hoped that it would be a good purchase.

Golf? Golf? When there are so many boxes to make . . . . .
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Old 04-18-2014, 06:15 PM   #3
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What great looking boxes.

Might I ask, is this a new design made by Carole and if so, which magazine did it come from
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Larry, it's one of the boxes from my box book.

I love bow boxes, especially since that's how I got my start as a designer, and in the box book I devoted an entire chapter to them, since they're so much fun, and folks are completely stymied as to how they're made. No one ever guesses that they are just simple compound cuts.
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Excellent work Pete. Thanks for sharing these beautiful boxes with us.

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Quality job Pete. Hope your golfing goes as well as those boxes came out.
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Nice collection they are all beautifull.
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Thanks for all the nice comments, I really enjoyed making them but will not go on a production line. LOL
If we can get better weather here, I rather be golfing than making sawdust.
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Very nice boxes. Beautiful. Instead of sand traps, maybe sawdust traps.
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very, very nice
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