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Thread: Cedar Chests

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    Cedar Chests

    Finished 4 Cedar Chests for Christmas Gifts.
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ID:	25021 Showing getting ready to plane.Tight Quarters
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ID:	25022 Thickness finish and ready to cut to size.
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ID:	25023A Base all ready for the sides.
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ID:	25024 Square it up.
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ID:	25025 Cut to 22 1/2 Two pc's .Glue up and it made the top easy to make.
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ID:	25026Here is 4 of them
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ID:	25027Finished
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ID:	25028Signing the Box
    Hope the girls like them.
    Gayl
    SOMEDAY is not a day of the week

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    well gayle

    i would say you got real head start on the santa train this year that is one good thing about being retired you have alittle more time to do what you want to do looks good there and i am sure your gonna have girls very happy to get them!
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    Very nice looking chests Gayl Just love that cedar!
    Aloha,

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    The finish?

    Beautiful pieces. What finish did you use on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kane Wilson View Post
    Beautiful pieces. What finish did you use on them?
    I used Formby"s Tung Oil Finish(Low Luster) It seemed to work real easy.
    SOMEDAY is not a day of the week

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    Wow, I guess I missed these the first time around, Gayle. That's a great batch of cedar chests. You're gonna make some people real happy this Christmas.
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