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Green and green style napkin holder

comments (3) December 16th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

shtscore shtscore, member
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Here is an idea for a Christmas gift,a Green and Green style napkin holder. I used Tiger maple and brown and black ebony this is what I had on hand. The inspiration behide this is made up of different articals from Fine woodworking magazine. It was a fun and easy project and also a gift for my mother in law. I am aready getting request for more. 


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Green and Green Napkin Holder

posted in: Reader's Gallery, maple, Napkin holder


Comments (3)

shtscore shtscore writes: No the sides are not angled in but that would be a nice look. I did a sketch up drawing but it's not a detailed sketch. It's a very simple project and the pics should get you there. BTW if you decide to build it napkins come in many different sizes so do your research on that first.
Posted: 2:59 pm on December 17th

shtscore shtscore writes: No the sides are not angled in but that would be a nice look. I did a sketch up drawing but it's not a detailed sketch. It's a very simple project and the pics should get you there. BTW if you decide to build it napkins come in many different sizes so do your research on that first.
Posted: 2:56 pm on December 17th

BigWoodMark BigWoodMark writes: Hello, Can you tell me if the sides are angled out, or if it's just the pictures that look like it? I have been pondering on what to make MY in-laws for Christmas, and I think this is the PERFECT project! Since you are getting requests for more, maybe you have a sketch or something of the plans? I really would just like to know the angle of the sides, and if they are angled, how you figured the angle of the "pins" and "tails"?

I am new to woodworking (2 years), but I think I can make these look great (like you did)!
Posted: 12:15 pm on December 17th

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