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Old 10-29-2011, 11:28 AM   #1
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Getting ready for Christmas all ready. This sold well last year.
Cut from 1 in. black walnut and 1/2 clear pine and finished with Tung oil.

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Well done DW , I can see why it sold well .........
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Very nice. That is a steve design isn't it?
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Very nice. That is a steve design isn't it?
Sure is.

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You did it justice for sure!
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Beautiful job DW.
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Beautiful! Absolutely top notch cutting job - it's perfect. Makes me want to buy one.

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G'Day DW

Very nice, thanks for showing it to us.

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Very, very nice!
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You folks make me ashamed of my cutting. I neeeeed to try harder.
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