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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Trinket boxes for quilling

Well for the first time, we are offering some of Stephen’s work here at Whimsiquills.  As I have mentioned before Stephen (who is my son) does some gorgeous woodworking in his shop in Massachusetts. He has designed two little trinket boxes with recessed lids. The round boxes are 3” and 3 ¾” high, and about 2 1/2” across, the lids are recessed 1/8” . . . perfect for quilling. The taller one stands on a short pedestal base. (Item #'s WS01 and WS02) These little trinket boxes are hand turned on Stephen’s lathe. Because they are handmade, we won’t  stock large quantities, but will always have some on hand. I've pictured them here with some quilling just to give you an idea of what they look like. (If you are interested in seeing more of Stephen's work or reading about the process, check out his blog  I've also included a little locket (QC166) that I put a graduation hat and diploma in for the graduates in your life. I think it would make an adorable gift in one of our trinket boxes. Happy Quilling everyone!

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