Sacred geometry on mini boxes!

I love these little $1 boxes from the craft store! Plan on staining them and glazing them soon!

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Ooh, the wrapping around the edges on this looks really sharp! I’m guessing you ran a flat image out on an already curved edge, and that makes me appreciate my :glowforge: even more :smiley:

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These all look great! Excellent use of a cheap wooden box.

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Yeah, I’m loving the wrapped edge design too! :+1:

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yup the file just happened to be the same shape as the box so i just let it go a little over the edge!

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Gorgeous! Amazing how you got the edges to work like that.

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Great work, I have a lot of boxes that I haven’t got a chance to work on. This is inspiration, please post the after photos, can’t wait to see them.

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Will do! Just stained them today! Gonna glaze tomorrow!

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That “wrapped” edge is fantastic!

Stained and glazed!

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Gorgeous

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That looks amazing!

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Fabulous!

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Those are beautiful!!! Do you mind me asking where you got the boxes? I’d love to find some cool little boxes that are $1! :slight_smile:

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A.C. Moore a chain craft store. Micheals probably has them too. Lots of dollar cuts of wood and shapes too!

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Nice! thanks!

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Especially love the results on your rectangular box. Very nice!

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Wow, quite lovely!

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Looks like the Asanoha Kumiko design. The triangle denotes protection against evil, and Asanoha, an aggregate of triangles, conveys a meaning of strength and beauty.

It’s the most popular Kumiko motif in Japan.

Good choice, good craftsmanship. You should try making an Andon lantern with this design on the sides. :slightly_smiling_face:

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