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Old 12-24-2012, 04:31 PM   #1
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This was my first Christmas season for scrolling. Feel sure I will improve but I wanted to share some pics (or it didn't happen, right?) and to wish all of you great people and Joyous and Merry Christmas. (photography to improve as well)
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Those are very good.
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Nicely done...
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Good job Steve, I'm getting ready to cut those, you beat me to it. Merry Christmas.
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Steve I would say you have learned allot about Scrolling. Great looking work
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Good job Steve, I'm getting ready to cut those, you beat me to it. Merry Christmas.
Thanks. If you mean the candlesticks, run by Lowes or HD tomorrow (Wed.) I got the battery powered flickering 'candles' in the Christmas decorations area. Used a forstner bit to drill a inset for them. 1 5/8" I think.they'll come in handy for future projects. It was a fun project.
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Steve, they all look wonderful! I love the compound cut items - you've done a great job on everything!
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