This was a project to use some pieces of left over ¼” thick aromatic cedar closet lining board. I cut off the tongues and grooves with the sliding miter saw, and calculated the measurements for the box to fit the size of the wood. For this build I used the micro-pin nailer with compressor, and ½” headless pin nails. The finished box measures 4 1/8” tall, 6” long, and 3 3/8” wide.
Inside, a divided lift-out tray sits on rails made from small pieces of the cedar board glued to the inside. The addition of an extra decorative board to the top made it ¾” thick, to work with a regular knob. The inside of the box stayed unfinished to preserve the cedar fragrance. This was an afternoon project.