One of my parents kitchen cabinet face.

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    Well I finished my first cabinet face. 2 will have the bear design. The rest will be just the faces. It took awhile to do. Made all my own tongue and groove boards then glued it all up. I rounded the outside edge then added a V groove with the router. Over all I am pleased. I never did stuff like this before. Fun little project.

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    Here is the 2nd all glued and clamped

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    peter hillman Let me think for minute....

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    Love the veins in that wood.
     
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    I'm speechless!! :wtf:
     
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    Nice! Maybe I'll be seeing your work on "The Patriot Woodworker". A great, friendly forum..... much like this one!
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    Wow! Great job!
     
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    Beautiful job! I love all things wood
     
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    What are you going to use for knobs .Rocks are nice and antlers would look great also .
     
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    I thi
    nk they are going to use twig pulls. Not sure yet.
     
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    I finished the other today. Now just normal doors for the remain faces

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    Beautiful! I love good wood work.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    A woodworker can never have too many clamps.
     
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    This thread makes me wonder how many more talents are hidden among the members of this Forum!
     
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