Woodworking project plans for wooden keepsake and jewelry boxes, desk organizers, and more.
These three boxes will take your band saw skills to new heights. Each one starts as a single blank and all the parts are revealed in a unique sequence of cuts.
This poker chip case is unlike any other -- it features solid-brass hardware, a burl veneer top, and felt-lined chip trays.
If you’ve ever wanted to try steam bending, Shaker boxes are a great project to start with. And we’ve added a couple of our own design touches to this classic form.
Featuring custom frames and a decorative painted finish, these attractive boxes are a great way to showcase your prized collections.
What do these three beautiful boxes have in common? Each of them features a simple template routing technique.
The elegant patterns on this box are first cut out with a scroll saw. Then the panel is glued to a backer board for a unique, almost-carved look.
This desktop organizer is small in size but big in function. Its compact storage keeps your writing supplies in one convenient place.
The unique lid on this box looks like an optical illusion at first glance. The key to building it starts with a single router bit.
Your own ingenuity is the key to creating and opening these attractive boxes.
Contrasting woods and an interesting, woven panel make this box an impressive table accent, plus it's easy to build.
This box is an eye-catching project all on its own, but the metal inlay pattern on the lid makes it even better.
Choose from three eye-popping inlay patterns to create a unique box.
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