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Old 11-22-2013, 08:45 AM   #1
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Default profit idea

When I do compound cutting I save the 4 'image' pieces and use them on other projects. i.e. slabs, box covers, etc.

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Thanks for sharing the idea........sweeeet.
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I do the same here also cen make magnets out of them nothing wasted here LOL
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That is a great idea. Thanks for sharing it.
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when doing craft shows I have them in a big bin for the kids to go through for $0.25 each.
It keeps the kids busy so the adults can look more.
Last show I made $21 selling these.
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Good ideas.
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Thanks, I just may use your idea Bill. I have been giving mine away to artists who use them to make ornaments, fridge magnets and in their art work. Mine are from doing inlay work in cedar so most are red aromatic cedar.
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Where does the pattern of that top right Eagle come from? Can you post a pic of the actual 3-D piece for that one. From what I can see, I really like that one. ----Randy
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I sand the backs smooth and attach a hasp and women can pin them on their shirts , etc
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Thanks for the great idea.
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