I'm nearing completion of one of my cigar box ukes. This one is going to be quite different though - solid quartersawn spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, solid one-piece mahogany neck, and I'm making a fretboard and bridge out of some flame maple I got at the lumberyard. I'm hoping this one will be much more than simple "folk art". I want to make some simple dot inlays out of the walnut that I have, but I have no idea how to make them. Also, if you have any aesthetic ideas, feel free to contribute.