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Old 12-14-2007, 01:16 AM   #1
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Hi Everyone, I had a request for a couple of bears in leaves. I got the bears from the AFSSP site and the outline of the leaves from the patterns of the little leaves that I have from Sheila. This is what I came up with. Steve
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G'day Steve,
You have lacquer in your veins and saw dust in your - never mind

They are really good mate
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You have lacquer in your veins and saw dust in your - never mind

They are really good mate
And both will clog the nozzle!!!LOL Steve
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Both pieces are beautiful! I like the way you took from one design and added to another to make your own unique pieces. The only thing I'm not sure of is the second one getting hit in the head with the branch piece thingy coming down (if that makes sense). I do like them both though, great cutting!
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you guys are to funny. those are nice steave. nice job. your friend Evie
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Very nicely done Steve!
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Great job Steve!
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Very nice. I can see the branch "hitting the bear in the head", but both are nice. If you wanted to change that, I would think about continuing the branch all the way to the edge. Very nice as is too.

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