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Old 10-19-2011, 10:55 PM   #1
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A local church in town is having a benefit for 2 ladies diagnosed with cancer. They are having a silent auction which I have made a couple boxes to contribute. I also wanted to make some of Diana Thompson's angles hoping they can just price and sell.

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Made from Sugar Pine, Pink Dogwood, Poplar, Aspen and Alder. All have Yellowheart halos and a variety of woods for the wings. They were dipped in Danish oil, but some still look so dry. Any advice for this?? Thanks for looking!
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Very Nicely done Cathy for a great cause. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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Nicely done and very generous of you. Hit em with some spray clear coat. That will make em shine. Or I prefer using some liquid gold, found at wally world.

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Nice job on them!
I would dip them again if you have time before the event. Let dry and then spray.
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Those are wonderful!
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