Kumiko Dreams Box

I built this as part of a peer challenge over on the FB Glowforge Users Group. The challenge was to use the provided basic box pattern and create a design using it.

I did one of my Kumiko things using 1/8" Baltic birch, and finished it with tung oil (because that’s all I had at the time).



SVG File:

  • Engrave the blue areas
  • Score the blue lines
  • Cut the red and black lines

Kumiko Dreams Box

Right click the design and save as SVG, or use this download link for wonky browsers

For personal use only, per forum guidelines

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Wow. That’s a nice piece of art!

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That is beautiful! I love that pattern! Thank you for sharing it!

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Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

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Thank you for the design. You always come up with the best stuff.

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That’s a really nice box, thank you for sharing it.

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A really nice box! :heart_eyes:
A Kumiko Kricket Kage sounds Kool!

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Wow! This is simply stunning! Thanks so much for sharing it!

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Wow beautiful so awesome you shared this beauty with us thank you!

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Oh! My Goodness that design is fantastic. Thanks for sharing. “Sam”

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What an absolutely incredible design!!! OMG! I am humbled by the cool factor. I rate this as 12 out of 10. Thank you sooo much for sharing your inspirational design with the forum. I hope that it conjures up some fun spin-offs that are posted also!

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Me too! :slight_smile:

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Drafty, but beautiful!

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Incredimagical design for sure!!

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Thank you @geek2nurse for sharing your file. What a beautiful work. Congratulations! I gather you won the challenge?

I ignored what Kumiko was, and now you´ve started me down a new rabbit hole :smiley:

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No, this one came in third. :slight_smile:

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In my book, I give you 1º Place!

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Oh, love this! Thank you for sharing!

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So very kind of you to share this beautiful box! Thank you, Ruth!!!

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Ohmygosh, not only is it a gorgeous box (thank you!), but so beautifully photographed I thought it was a rendering at first.

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