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We travel to New York City every couple of years and do our best to see as many Broadway shows as possible while we're there (our personal best is 9 on one trip!). Steph has been very good about saving a Playbill as a souvenir from each show. We now have quite a collection! Steph wanted a way to organize and display the Playbills and came up with the idea for the DIY Memory Keeper box. This could be adapted for many types of collections.
Its fun when crafting and woodworking come together in a project. Think about how you could incorporate something like this for a collection you have. If you finish the bottom and set it on the back, you now have a box where you could store your collected treasures! It's a versatile design.
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