Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2014
Plan Language: English
Tools needed: Scrollsaw saw and other common workshop tools
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Here is a simple project to display your business cards. Makes a nice gift and has many other jobs, like a place card holder at a dinner table, or a stand for a plate.
Thanks to its simple pinned hinge, this case props itself open for displaying cards on a desktop, and also folds shut into a slim tote for traveling in a suit-coat pocket. Completed, it measures just ...
A great scrap wood project! Make use of the left over exotic wood pieces for a wonderful presentation for your business cards atop the desk. The sample here uses wenge and zebrawood.
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