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Old 01-16-2014, 02:04 PM   #1
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I couldnt figure out how to add additional images in "The Dog House" thread. I felt that the previous project was missing something and "too plain" So I went with a few upgrades. Also tilted the angle of dog house for viewing.
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Great job, I really like it and your choice of wood colors make it all stand out.

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Great job, I'm going to have to make a couple for Sis, One for Butter and one for Scooter. Her two dogs.. Not that they would be able to fit in them but it would be cute. When you want to add more photos to the original thread, just click Go Advance and it will give you a place to put your message and then scroll down to get to the manage attachements and there you can upload more pictures. Good luck Fay
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Great job, I'm going to have to make a couple for Sis, One for Butter and one for Scooter. Her two dogs.. Not that they would be able to fit in them but it would be cute. When you want to add more photos to the original thread, just click Go Advance and it will give you a place to put your message and then scroll down to get to the manage attachements and there you can upload more pictures. Good luck Fay

! For being such an easy project it seems to be the most liked by others around me. I made one as a gift for my niece and another for my home. The wife loves it.
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Great job I like it with all of the additions. If I may make a suggestion when you make another one, and you will because whoever sees it will want one especially dog owners, round over all of the puppy parts. It will give the puppy a whole other dimension.
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Thanks Rolf! I thought the same thing as soon as I saw DWs mouse. Really brought new dimension to it! Its all part of the learning process and im glad your all here to help!
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I might make the mouse later today or at least cut it out. I have some scrap pine that I could use. I have a little poplar left to make a drop down basket or some thing, maybe another box. I could go ahead and cut out the dog house is I have enough wood. Have a great day Fay Well going to go down and work on my bowl.
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When I joined our local scrolling club we used to do group projects. Where we all had the same pattern and technically made the same thing. It always amazed me how different they all looked.
A different piece of wood, or grain direction, a little difference in sanding or shaping.
I learned real fast what appeals to me.
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