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October 30, 2007

How to build a hope chest, blanket box or tickle trunk

Tickle_trunk_2We have great downloadable PDF plans online (free!) and they're all targeted at beginners.  This crate-style blanket box is a pretty good starter project for someone who's never used a lot of tools.  Let us know how it goes.

Comments

Abi

How neat, the Hope chest makes me think of the episode of Avonlea that I watched lAst week. The Chest Hope of Arabella King! Yhanks again Mag!

Lala Britt

The PDF file can not be open when i click on it ...can you help me please?

Mag

I'm not sure what the trouble is Lala - I'm able to download it fine from Firefox into Adobe. Can you tell me what browser you're using?
Thanks.

Mag

Here's a note from our IT guru:

"Perhaps she doesn’t have any pdf reader connected to her browser. She could try right clicking and “save link” to download the pdf to her computer then open with acrobat reader (or any pdf reader)"

Oak Furniture Bromley, Kent

Thank you so much for sharing in here such valuable information. It's worth the read!

jewelry making

I have tried several times on downloading PDF files because I am excited to do how to make this chest but it doesn't work.

conference venue

Yayyy! Keep that lingerie. It should be keep privately. :)

ToolGirl

Hi 'Jewelry Making',
Not sure why you're having trouble with the PDF for Hope Chest. When you click on the "Get Plans Now" link, the file should open in Adobe Reader. Do you have Adobe Reader installed?

Mag

Ann@ girls jewellery

Wow, this is unbelievably simple to built. Good thing I have no trouble downloading the PDF file tutorial. Thanks a lot.

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