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Old 06-17-2011, 04:49 PM   #1
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I made this today out of clear poplar..My 1st one ever..Now more designs to come..I had to go to my neighbors to borrow the bottle of wine for the photo..I quit drinking 4 years ago on August 5th.
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Congratulations on the long time sober.
I have been putting off making these but see I need to get with it.
Thanks for the photos.
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Nicely done. I remember when you made the announcement. I had no Idea it had been 4 years already. Congrats!
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They look great Mike,
Fun little thing aren't they.
I attached some patterns I use on them to dress 'em up a little if you care to use them
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very nice Michael...wine is the only thing heavy I drink any more, but I buy it in the box...I wonder what angle the cut would be to hold the box up????
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Very nicely done Michael.
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