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Old 12-13-2013, 10:35 PM   #1
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This is a Dirk and Karen Behman pattern. We are going to a gift exchange party in Vermont where deer hunting is a passion. The original plan called for just a round clock but I replaced it with a countdown clock. The deer are cut out of butternut with pine antlers and the base is cherry. Thanks for looking.
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Excellent job. I love this one. Thanks for sharing this with us. The countdown clock is a great touch.


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That looks great. It looks like the deer are trying to stop the countdown clock.
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Wow! That is really cool!
I'll have to see if I can find Dirk's site and see if that pattern is still available through him or if it is one of the patterns that he sold to Wildwood Designs or something.
Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse
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nicely done.
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The gift was very well received but I was was disappointed in myself for not having done a better job packaging it. I wrapped it in several layers of bubble wrap and secured it in a tough box and the antlers still broke off on one of them. He is not bothered by it at all cause he likes it so much. He will glue them back on.
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