DIY Wood Box Plans - Part I
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This stylish Jewelry Box is made with eye-catching curly maple and wenge. Looks sophisticated, but the construction is surprisingly simple, using dado, rabbet, and groove joinery.
Storage pieces with secret compartments are typically quite complicated to build, but that's not the case with this eye-catching weekend project.
Here's an accessory that dresses up your dresser and adds storage space at the same time. It goes together quickly with biscuit joinery and features a pair of easy-to-build drawers.
This easy-to-build box displays up to 10 favorite photos and provides a convenient place for a deck of cards and coasters to envelopes and stamps to pocket change and earrings.
Contrasting woods and tapered legs make it a real eye-grabber. Don't let the refined appearance of this Keepsake Box project fool you. It's not difficult to make. Plans will show you how to shape the tapered legs using patterns and a sander.
These catchall containers with beautiful finger joints are deceptively simple to make. Include with the box plans are completed jig illustrations and instruction to make the box-joint jig.
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