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:a gentle disclaimer... in these litigious days, it's easy to lose sight of the fact that we, as a community of kindred souls, once valued common sense. So cast back in your memory to that long-forgotten concept, focus all your mental faculties on the electric power tools and sharp blades in front of you and embrace the fact that we take no responsibility for any mishap experienced by you because your attention may have wandered. That said, be joyous, use all your wood scraps and add to the sum total of beauty in this world.
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Cut out the columns. No need to sand smooth.

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Lightly cut vertical grooves into the surface of the columns. This texture is like the fluting on real columns.

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Cut columns with a slight curve as the blade moves throught the wood.

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Cut notches into one part of the cut column.

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Glue column parts together. Fit the parts to match where they were cut.

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Glue columns on to the top of the lid in a slight semi-circular direction that follows the outline of the edge.

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Add roof & glue. Cut this 1/2” thick piece from the saved outer section as seen in step 6.

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Cut out the pediment by taking out a small circle. Also part of the 1/2” saved outer section.

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Add the pediment to the roof and glue in place.

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