Boxguy Goes With Camo

Thanks, to all who take time to look at projects. I always enjoy reading comments from you.

Pictured is a (6 × 11 × 6) jewelry keeper made of Ambrosia Maple with Ebony corner splines and using Venetian blind slats for dividers.

Features: a sliding tray, chain stop, carved finger lift, inset bottom, mortised cut-down piano hinge, corner splines, and rounded edges.

Story: My friend, Jerry, gave me this board of Ambrosia Maple and I made it into this box. It has amazing colors. Though it doesn’t show well in the photographs, this box even has a green similar to that used in camo clothing. Keep boxing and keep posting.

Woods: ambrosia maple ebony

Tools: saws disc and drum sanders planer table saw with dado router table bandsaw belt sander brad nailer

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Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

That is one beautiful piece of work. I really like that wood.

Wolf (& Rabbit!) ...

I’m with Wheaties, what a gorgeous bit of wood. The box you made from it also beautiful.

Justsimplywood ...

great job

lanwater ...

It’s pretty intense.

Well done!

Boxguy ...

Thanks Wheaties, Wolf, Thomas, and Ian. This is my first posting here. I made a teabox today that I will post after I apply three more coats of finish and let them dry. Drying indoors is much slower than in summer.

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