Making Small Keepsake Boxes with Various Lid Designs

Making Small Keepsake Boxes with Various Lid Designs
I’ve made a batch of small keepsake boxes, or ring boxes, from american walnut body and various lid designs: kumiko, mahogany, cherry with palm wood inlay and maple knot lid. You can find this box design in the book Box Making Basics, by David Freedman, link here http://geni.us/epzUhl

I am also selling some of these boxes on my Etsy store here https://etsy.me/2MCYyUs

Some tools used in this video, plus others I use and recommend:

Dozuki Saw http://amzn.to/2iGZBCC EU: http://amzn.to/2jMYIfx
Ryoba Saw http://geni.us/Lkot
Kugihiki, Flush Cutting Saw http://amzn.to/2zemLqw
Veritas Low Angle Smoothing Plane http://bit.ly/2jhYKYy
Stanley Low Angle Block Plane http://geni.us/5wXaZ4
Veritas Mini Router Plane http://bit.ly/2mTqp7m
Combination Squares 150mm: http://geni.us/hv6qcDw and 300mm: http://geni.us/hUJzcI
Kebiki Marking Gauge http://geni.us/hNXdKq
Mini Try Square http://amzn.to/2zkFeSc
Mitre Square http://amzn.to/2hQ1b4o
Bosch PSM Primo Sander http://geni.us/2HbArsg
Wolfcraft Drill Stand http://geni.us/vAfyX

Sharpening:
Atoma Diamond #400 http://amzn.to/2A0HIYX
Shapton Waterstones http://amzn.to/2zZ285k
Veritas Honing Guide Mk.II http://bit.ly/2A2SGLD
Cheap Honing guide http://geni.us/q4G1Vur

Note: Some of the product links above are affiliate. If you buy through these links it supports my channel and will be really appreciated. Thank you!

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Music:
Sunday Stroll – Huma-Huma
Together With You – JR Tundra

Making Small Keepsake Boxes with Various Lid Designs

19 thoughts on “Making Small Keepsake Boxes with Various Lid Designs”

  1. Yes! Some very nice, well made boxes Adrian and I like the cutting gauge you use if you don’t mind me asking where could I buy one preferably from someone who would post to Poland.

  2. Just getting into woodworking. Fantastic video and box. I love your setup for the plane. Very clever. Thanks for sharing.

  3. frumos…mi-a placut…n-am nici cea mai vaga idee de unde ai facut rost de lemnul de esenta tare….

  4. You are incredibly talented, and I appreciate you showing HOW you made these. However, I believe that you made it look about 20 times easier than it actually is (the mark of a real craftsman).

    Thank you!

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