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Four boxes I made for my daughters and granddaughters. They are cherry, walnut, purple heart and spalled maple. The finish is Cynthia's beeswax.

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Very well done. Excellent craftsmanship Tony. I am sure they will be surprised !
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Beautiful cuts.[thumb]
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Very nice!
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Good job!! They'll love it!
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Beautiful boxes! I only wish my level of woodworking was to that point. LOL. I am a beginner but will be there some day.

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Thanks for the comments. David these are not all that difficult just follow the pattern.
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