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I had this wood for a long time It came from up north It is called piss elm Very nice looking wood Lots of grain I sprayed them with cabnet grade lacquer
ML Campbell's lacquer low gloss I didn't close the open poors and knot's I thank it give's them a Natural Look Or this is what i like It may not apply to all thanks for looking del
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Very good Del, never heard of that Elm before.

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Very nice del

I think may parks have that type of Elm in them some have a yellow tint to them.LOL I know that's not true but I just could not pass on that one.

Again nice job

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the wood has the outback smell the house with the moon in door del

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Hi del

Sounds like a perfect gift for the mother inlaw
Johnny Jewelry Box so to speak

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Great looking boxes del, even if they do stink

Corey got me all stirred up on box making recently and I hope to post my first box before much longer. He has been a great help and friend in guiding me thru the newbie stages.

Thanks for the pics, I am keeping a copy for future ideas if you don't mind.
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Hi del

Sounds like a perfect gift for the mother inlaw
Johnny Jewelry Box so to speak

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Oh BJ, you crack me up. Good one!

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Hi Corey

I guess it could be call a Crapy Jewelry Box but that would not be nice.

It's always so hard to find just the right gift for ones mother inlaw, it would be great gift with just a little Charmin TP for the gift wraping, after all it's the best one can buy....

And a real good way to get in your little dig back in.
As you can see the one I HAD did not see eye to eye

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Nice work Del.
I have heard of piss elm before and it,s named that for good reason.

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