COFFIN WITH LID WOODEN LOOK
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Work your way around the coffin, temporarily fastening each side, cutting the miters and angled ends as you go. The last cut will be the angled end on the long side where you started (D).
Cut two pieces, 40" long, from your 1x12. These pieces will make up the top and bottom of the coffin. Mark in 2 ⅛" from the sides at the top of the coffin and in 1 ⅛" at the bottom of the coffin. Mark 9" down from the top, and then connect your six marks. Cut these angled lines using some kind of saw (I used a circular saw).Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections—they may also appear in recommendations and other places.
Coffin Bat Neon Mirror Sign,Gothic Room Decor,Coffin Mirror Sign,Halloween Bat Coffin Decor,Halloween Gifts Wall Bat Decor ,Bat Lover Gift Labradorite coffing ring handmade with sterling silver 925 and a double textured ring band, unique silver jewelryIt's a coffin, not furniture, so don't bother to strive for perfect miters between the sides. If you have an angle divider to give you an exact reading, great. If not, eyeball the angle setting on your circular saw and make some test cuts on scrap to get the miter. Want to increase your home's creepy quotient on Halloween? Well then, leave your precise woodworking skills behind and slam together this pine box. For once, bad workmanship is good. Lay the five 1 x 6 for the lid on the work bench and crosscut some scraps for three inner cleats across their width. Leave an inch of air space between the end of each cleat and the edges of the 1 x 4. Fasten the cleats with drywall screws.