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    Making French Fitted Presentation Boxes

    Watch me make a set of French fitted presentation boxes for some gifts

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    Nice video. I never thought to use a smoothing plane to flatten the edges like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Backe View Post
    Watch me make a set of French fitted presentation boxes for some gifts
    Meticulous work and very nice presentation boxes.
    Best Regards,

    Gordon

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    It did turn out beautiful! Thanks for taking the time to document the project. It was interesting and I learned several good tips.

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    Nice work! Painstaking work with projects that small.
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    The patience that is involved, what craftsmanship.

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    Very nice work and good use of materials. I can use the info.

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    Thank you for taking the time to make the video. Very nicely done on both the video and the boxes. I learned several technices.

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    Very nice work and an enjoyable video. Thanks for sharing, Marty.

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    Well constructed video showing all the steps, not just skipping to here one prepared earlier. Boxes are stunningly made.

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    Very nice video, as well as the project. Thanks for not putting music on the video.

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    You've inspired me to try some small boxes. I also watched some more of your videos. Thanks for taking the time to make them.

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    Thanks everyone for the very nice comments!

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