Here's how the box turned out. I am really pleased with the delicacy of the flowers, and the use of two types of stamens. There are still a number of petal designs yet to try before I start on another "series".
This type of project is not too demanding, once you get used to handling the fidgety little pieces, and the compound cuts, even with demanding wood like purpleheart, are not difficult. To play it safe, I always draw my petal patterns extra thick to allow plenty of wood for shaping and for removing the "uglies".