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Old 12-24-2012, 08:26 AM   #1
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Type 2 Candy Dispenser – Pattern modified to include the tray from the Steve Good design. Very late internet orders. Made from ¾ inch Appleply.

4 inch Cedar bowl with Poplar Swag. Used 5/16 inch cedar. Finish was Tung Oil and Shellac

Gift Box - Cut from common pine the bow and ribbon from BB ply. Flocked brilliant red. Finished with Shellac

Chipmunk on a Stump – cut from 3/8 in. clear pine. Finished with Danish oil. The chipmunk does not have a stain but more coats of Danish Oil on it.

Leaping Dolphins – Cut from ½ inch Corian.


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Splendid work on all of them! I'm surprised at the beautiful graining in the pine box - and how tall is the box? Boy, those turned out SUPER.
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Splendid work on all of them! I'm surprised at the beautiful graining in the pine box - and how tall is the box? Boy, those turned out SUPER.
Patte , The box is about 3 x 5, it was the scrap inside piece from a bigger box. The box without the ribbon is 1 1/2 inches tall and with the ribbon 3 1/4 inches tall.


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Great work. The dolphins came out great.
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Having fun are you??
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Always Larry. Having fun is the point. It is a blast to see if a thought / idea can become reality and in a way that would be acceptable as a gift. Some days it is just making designer firewood others you come up with something neat.


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Nicely done. The chipmunk is so adorable. Where did you find the pattern?
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Nicely done. The chipmunk is so adorable. Where did you find the pattern?
It was a pattern from the other magazine I believe. It has been a while since I have looked for the source so I am not sure.


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Nicely done on all of them DW.
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Love the way the applyply came out! Will have to try that.
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