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This is a Jewelry Armoire I built for my wife for Christmas this year (Yes, I gave it to her early). Basically put together with scrap wood I had in the garage, and I did cheat for the trim and went to Ace Hardware.

Step 1: Starting the table

Usually I pretty well document any project I work on, but in this case i just got really into getting this table built, so I only have a few pics of the table assembly for this but ill guide you through, the first pic here is the table top, measurements for the board are 16"x13 1/2", also rounded out the edges. You can also see my homemade router table
that is pretty cool, I wanted to make one for my mother, she has so many jewelry boxes full of stuff and always wanted one of these for her. it would hold everything she has. might even attempt it one day. just have to look for the wood and find someone to cut it for me. I don't have a shop or garage to work in so cutting it in my living room with a jigsaw probably wouldn't be a good idea. :)
very nice piece; where were you a short time ago when I was trying to figure out how to make somethin' like this for my wife?? <br>
Probly building something else. Plan on.putting up a few of my other projects. got a playhouse for my daughter in the works but thats gonna be a little by little process, so maybe next year ill have that up
Wow! What a lucky girl! :) Nice job!
Thank you much
Beautiful piece! It is a work of art! Great job!
Thank You
nice <br>

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