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Old 05-07-2014, 06:16 AM   #1
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Default 7 inch swag bowl

I was given what I thought was a pine board the other day. It turns out that it was one of those boards that was a glue up, sized and sanded and ready for painting, and this board was painted. I stripped the paint and loved the variation in the graining so I decided to use it in making a bowl. I used this board and a piece of left over spanish cedar to make it. The bowl is sealed with tung oil and top coated with shellac.

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Old 05-07-2014, 07:31 AM   #2
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I really like all of the color and grain variations.
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Very nice, DW. Swags are so cool the way they magically appear, and the grain really adds a lot of interest to the bowl.
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Great bowl, DW. The grain really does add interest.
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I like it!!
Great creative use of "recycled" materials.
Well done.......!
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Nicely done I especially like the elephant puzzle, great job of camouflage. Just kidding you about the title of the image.
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