Here are the directions to make your own.
1 - 1" x 6" at 8 foot long board
Stain or Paint
1 1/4" Finishing Nails (optional)
Step 1: Cut your wood.
3 - 1" x 6" at 24" (base and sides)
2 - 1" x 6" at 7" (ends)
Step 5: Stain or paint your box. I used Minwax Dark Walnut stain that I had leftover from another project. I'm not the greatest sander, so ignore the weird spots. :-)
Step 6: Add any decor that you like. I added some Mason jars and artificial Mums for the Fall season. Other options for fall could be small pumpkins and gourds, candles, autumn leaves, the list can go on and on.
Step 7: Enjoy your customizable centerpiece wood box. This simple box can be used for any season or holiday by simply changing the contents of the box.
This also would make a great gift! You could make several boxes to have on hand and then customize them based on the reason for the gift. The size also can be easily altered if you want a shorter or longer box.
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