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The veneer is very thin so the edges blend in, but you may want to glue on the sides first, then the face trim and then the top veneer piece in that order, so you cover the thin edges from the main viewing angles. On the face trim, the veneer corners are 45 degree miter cut with a razor and those ends are butted together.

A forum search of "re-veneering" will connect you with many good forum member's instructions. After studying those, I suggest practice gluing veneer, trimming and sanding on some blocks of wood the size of a DVD case. Later on these blocks can be used for trying different stains, lacquers or oil finishes.


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