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Old 01-10-2014, 06:18 PM   #1
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My 3rd scrolling project.(Dont worry I wont post every project. But my interest level is very high and its very exciting to see effort, concentration and discipline all come together into a final project!
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Hey, that's pretty cute. Don't worry about over posting your projects. They benefit the community by giving them ideas.
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Like Randy said, keep the photos coming.
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Don't apologize for posting....that's what the forum's for! Like Randy said, it will do nothing but inspire others.

Nice job, and keep 'em coming!
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I agree nicely done and looking forward to the continuing saga.
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Very nicely done. Here is a twist on that... Make it a box with the mouse as the handle to open it. Keep up the great work we love pictures!'



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Good job, I agree you can't overpost. Especially with pics.
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Ditto with what everyone said........cause we love project photos around here.
Sweeeeeet job on the mouse and cheese.
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Thanks everyone! I have already started a new project tonight. Had to call it quits before the wife freaks out.(Even though shes excited about the projects)
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Very nicely done. Here is a twist on that... Make it a box with the mouse as the handle to open it. Keep up the great work we love pictures!'



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My mom took a look at this project and absolutely loves it. She has already requested one for her home...but.....She wants it to be a box with the mouse being the lid handle as well.
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