Woodworking project plans for wooden keepsake and jewelry boxes, desk organizers, and more.
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.
Scroll-Sawn Jewelry Box
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.
Featuring custom frames and a decorative painted finish, these attractive boxes are a great way to showcase your prized collections.
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.
Keep your kitchen essentials close at hand in this practical project, plus its traditional construction makes it a breeze to build.
You will enjoy making this box patterned after the candle boxes once made by the Shakers.
Sliding Lid Boxes
Finger joint boxes aren't too common anymore. But they are still strong, attractive, and can be built quickly and easily.
Tea Caddy Box
With figured hardwood and beautiful inlay work, this tea caddy is an attractive way to store and protect delicate tealeaves.
There's No Point Box
There's no mystery behind the name of this project—it's a drawer box with no point on top—which makes it perfect for sitting a little something on it and some beautiful jewelry, mementos, or even a nice set of socket drivers inside.
Treasure This Box
There are no doubloons inside but everyone who sees it will covet this beautiful treasure chest.