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    WIP Box for a swap

    I'm posting here as the folks that are in this swap don't come here. This is a curley walnut, and maple burl box. Still needs a bunch of work, but thought I'd get ya'll input on this.Click image for larger version. 

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    Wow, that is COOL

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    sweet box for sure now dont tell me those drawers open steve!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    sweet box for sure now dont tell me those drawers open steve!!!!!
    No Larry they don't. Thought about having the two bottom ones open, but changed my mind, as they would be two small.

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    That's going to make someones day for sure...looks awesome!
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    Awe I was hoping the drawers would open, totally ruins it

    No seriously that is an amazingly cool ?little? box. I love the hold down detail! Overall

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    Nice job and clever concept

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    Wait, that ain't spinny work You've been holding out on us

    That is really cool Steve
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    There's a box swap on? How did I miss that? I sure hope so. I'd like a shot at Steve's box!
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    Thanks all. So I take it, it's something that will work for a swap? Bob now I make boxes every day. Just big ones that folks live in. Ryan the only rules to this swap are, must have a lid, must fit in a MFRB. Carol this swap is over on woodbarter forum.

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