Box making workshop:
A truly unique gift or commemorative way to remember special occasions. Ideal for christenings, birthdays, anniversaries, the arrival of a new family member or special keepsakes.
You can also add on an engraved plaque for just £12.
Our introductory price for the Box Making Workshop includes the £85 cost of the Memory Box.
NB – Workshops are limited to 6 places to ensure you have a personalised experience.
The course is a fantastic introduction to woodwork skills, with no experience needed to take part.
Learn to use:
Panel Saw – to cut the components to size with a mitred joint
Surface Planer – to machine the lid guides
Drum Sander – to thicken the components and rough sand
Hand Router – route rebate joints in the sides for the top and bottom
Hand Plan – Fine fit the top/bottom into the box
Orbital Sander – to fine sand before oiling
Ratchet Clamps – to seal the 4 box sides together and keep square
Japanese Hand Saw – to cut the top guides to length
Marking Tools – learn how to measure the components accurately
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Lunch is included in the cost of the workshop and all materials needed.
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8 hours (9:00am to 5:00pm)
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I can highly recommend this course. Great tuition and guidance from super craftsmen. A real pleasure of a day and a great take home product.
This is an amazing course. I learnt many skills and brought home an exquisite object. Thanks to Jake’s patience with teaching, guidance and attention to detail, I was able to make a professional-looking box despite being an absolute beginner with this craft. Being taught by an expert maker of fine furniture was very inspiring.