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Old 06-20-2011, 10:18 PM   #1
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Diana Thompson's little compound cut birdhouses from the last Creative Woodworks & Crafts seemed to be a huge hit for people to make - myself included. I think they're going to be a good seller at art/craft shows and I wanted to have a nice display for them - high enough people could see them. I made this from scrap pine I had and some cup hooks and it only took an afternoon. I made it so it would hang directly on my booth wall without the need for clamps.
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Very clever Janette!
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Nice job. You just had to flaunt the blue pine..HUH? <smile>
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Nice job. You just had to flaunt the blue pine..HUH? <smile>
Thanks,...yes blue pine but didn't really have much blue in it so better to make use of it than have it hang around collecting sawdust
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Very nice Janette. A great idea. Thanks for showing us.

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Great idea Janette! Nicely done!
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Really cool!
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Very nice Janette. I love your Maine Coons on your website.
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Now that's one clever6613-1.gif idea Janette.
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A very attractive way to display the ornaments! It looks as good as the birdhouses themselves. And great not to have to use clamps.

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