Craft Project If You Sell The Woodworking Products That You Make It S A Good Idea To Always Carry Your Business Cards With You After All You Never Know When You Will Meet Someone Who Could Be A Potential Client And What Better Way To Wow Them Than With A Sample Of Your Work
Craft project if you sell the woodworking products that you make it s a good idea to always carry your business cards with you after all you never know when you will meet someone who could be a potential client and what better way to wow them than with a sample of your work is post about Magazine bookmarked by leonard with ID 13926913087 was uploaded on 16-03-2019 and has been viewed 324,064 times.
Pocket Business Card Holder Illustration by James Provost Single Piece Cutting Diagram These business card holders also make wonderful gifts, whether for family or friends, or as tokens of appreciation given to clients.
The design for this project is simple yet flexible.You can use any single wood, or a combination of several different woods.It is sized to store approximately 25 standard sized (2" x 3 ½") business cards.
It's just as quick to mill pieces for half a dozen card holders as it is to mill the pieces for one.Bear in mind that the pieces for this project are quite small, so take care when cutting them on the table saw or band saw.
With a band saw there is less chance of kick back on small stock, and it does an excellent job of re-sawing thin pieces, thus conserving those precious scraps of wood.Whichever tool you use, it's always best to use oversized stock from which to cut the smaller pieces.
You may also want to make a small crosscut sled to safely handle these parts (see 'Crosscut Sled', Feb/Mar '07, Issue #46).Prepare the Project Pieces• There are two parts to the holder, a top cover assembly and a...