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Old 11-06-2012, 02:00 PM   #1
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Here is a nice looking Gumball Machine.
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Very cute! I bet you'll have to put that on the very top shelf!
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Very nice and thanks for the reminder. They sell pretty good and I'm out of them.
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That would make a great gift! You did a fab job on it.
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Very nice and thanks for the reminder. They sell pretty good and I'm out of them.
I think the next one I make will be a little different. I have found that holding your hand under the hole and waiting for the gum is not real easy especially for kids. I believe extending the bottom piece out passed the wheel and adding a little carved troth or hole to hold the gum if it drops out would be better.

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I think the next one I make will be a little different. I have found that holding your hand under the hole and waiting for the gum is not real easy especially for kids. I believe extending the bottom piece out passed the wheel and adding a little carved troth or hole to hold the gum if it drops out would be better.

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That's a great idea. I always do some kind of catch tray.
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That's the ticket!!!!
Thank you for sharing the pic it looks great.
Do you mind if I use the design?
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