I was given the opportunity to build the ring bearer box for the up coming wedding of my niece. She provided me with a picture from Pinterest for an example.
I said no problem.
Made from white oak I milled the lumber using my @ridgidtools planer and sanded it using my SuperMax tools drum sander.
Then I stained it with Minwax espresso stain and finished with multiple coats of poly.
To make it even more customized I used red cedar to make the first letter of the bride and groom’s names for the inside lid of the box.
Most of my custom projects are the result of people presenting several photos of different pieces that they want combined to fit their specific need. One might show the size or depth, one might have a particular style they like, and one photo might show the wood stain they prefer. I take the time to build the plans in my drawing program and present the “new” piece to my clients for approval. It’s a great way to build just what my customers need for their home and having photos cuts down on the guesswork.
Let me know if you have something you’d like built by using this form, I’d be happy to provide a free quote for you.
Now it’s time to get back to the shop and make some sawdust!
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