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Old 12-05-2007, 10:33 AM   #1
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Default Great Grandson's cutting

Here is a cutting of my great grandson PJ pattern is by connie at scrollers cafe. I used gorilla glue to attach the cutting to the glass of the frame and then painted the back side flat black. Glass came out like a black mirror. My wife loved the way it turned out. Stacked cut 4 to give as Christmas gifts. I couldn't get it to resize so go to my photo album--Richard aka rthumbs
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Great job on the pattern and cutting.
I like that idea of the painted glass.
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G'day Thumbs,
That's a neat cutting.

You have some fantastic work pictured.
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Very nice! I also like the painted glass idea......good thinking!
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