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Jewelry Box

Small in stature but big on elegance! This jewelry box features plenty of storage for your valuables.

The box measures 12” W, 7 3/4” deep, 13 3/4” tall.

 

Instructor: Marc Spagnuolo

The project includes:

  • 19 step by step lessons
  • 259 minutes of video instruction

$80.00

What You’ll Receive:

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF and a SketchUp file (Metric and Imperial).
  • Hours of detailed video instruction (19 videos in total) showing every step of the build.
  • All videos and plans are digital and will be available for download upon purchase. 

What You’ll Learn

  • Build strategy
  • Material layout
  • Sliding dovetails
  • Half-blind dovetails
  • Through dovetails
  • Drawer Construction
  • Wood Drawer Guides
  • Hinge installation
  • Raised Panels
  • Cutting curves
  • Routing inlaid feet
  • Gridwork
  • Inlaid Drawer Pulls
  • Magnetic Catches
  • Flocking
  • Hardwax Oil Finishing

What You’ll Need:

Note: This is not a required list of tools. This is simply what I used during the build. Remember, there are always multiple ways to accomplish a task so if you don’t have one or more of these tools, you can very likely still make this project.

Tools

  • Planer/Jointer (alternatives: purchase pre-milled lumber kits or use hand planes)
  • Tablesaw with a Miter Gauge
  • Dado Stack
  • Router
  • Bandsaw
  • Drill
  • Miter Saw (for rough-cutting lumber)
  • Random Orbit Sander
  • Hand Tools – Chisels, Razor Saw, Shoulder Plane, Card Scraper, Dovetail Saw, Rasp

Bits

Stuff

Materials

The provided cut list includes all of the information you'll need to order stock for your project. Project kits of stock are available if you would like to simplify the process.

19 Lessons Included

1.

Introduction

A look at the design and features of the Jewelry Box.

13:32

2.

Wood & Rough Milling

Tasteful wood choices, laying out parts, and milling to rough dimension.

18:26

3.

Plan of Attack

What to do first? Something you should always work out ahead of time.

2:39

4.

Sliding Dovetails

The basic case begins by making snug sliding dovetail joinery.

13:58

5.

Upper Back & Top Divider

The main case comes together with the addition of the Upper Back and Top Divider.

10:06

6.

Drawers: Sizing & Spacing

Milling the drawer parts to size and working out drawer spacing with our fronts.

15:07

7.

Drawers: Recessed Half-Blind Dovetails

The most complicated joint in this project is the joint between our drawer fronts and sides.

28:57

8.

Drawers: Through Dovetails

The back of the drawers receive a single large dovetail.

14:11

9.

Drawers: Grooves, Bottoms & Assembly

We cut a bunch of grooves and do the final assembly of the drawers.

13:49

10.

Drawer Runners & Back Panel

The drawer runners are installed along with the back panel.

24:12

11.

Side Compartments

The side compartments are like a small project in and of themselves!

13:33

12.

Side Hinges

Some careful layout and a simple series of steps will result in a perfect hinge installation.

18:27

13.

Curved Front

The continuous curve of the front presents a few challenges.

13:33

14.

Lid Hinges

The lid hinges are installed and we'll fix up some gap issues and install the faux front.

8:32

15.

The Feet

Adding feet to the jewelry box gives it extra support and visual weight.

4:40

16.

The Pulls

The drawer pulls add an elegant, subtle, and fun detail to the jewelry box.

7:42

17.

Magnetic Catches

Magnets work great for doors as well as assisting with the function of the hidden drawer.

10:57

18.

Dividers, Pins & Finish Prep

The Jewelry Box becomes more functional with the additions of grids and pins.

9:55

19.

Flocking & Finish

The interiors are flocked and the finish is applied.

16:29

1 review for Jewelry Box

  1. brookk (verified owner)

    Ordered this series early on when the cultist and Bell Forrest kits were still work in progress. There were multiple discrepancies at first, but nothing that could not be overcome with a little patience and ingenuity. Overall the video instruction was awesome and made this otherwise daunting project very manageable. I made a few modifications mostly out of fear, but some were stylistic. I used a porter cable miniature dovetail jig and used half blinds for the drawers and the side cases. I tried hand cutting and got frustrated too easily. I also opted to skip the curved front and used 45 degree chamfers instead of round overs on the edges and bevels on the side panels instead of using a cove bit. The biggest problem I had was wood movement (cupping). The 3/8 thick carcass components would be slightly different every day. This made getting the drawers to fit just right a challenge. I chose the milled Cherry and Curly Maple combo from Bell Forrest and finished with Danish Oil. Shortly after I began the project the cut list and sketchup files were updated, so no major issues in that regard. I have purchased a few of these projects from the guild and will be back. Marc has a great style, is very clear and concise in his delivery and is a great instructor.

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