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Old 11-18-2009, 12:12 PM   #1
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Cut for a lady friend whose son is a voluntary fireman, she will give it to him for Christmas. Pattern is by Papa Jim, the bottom half of his last name does not show on the pattern. Looks like Doubter or Doubler. I scorched the frame before applying the finish.
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Your project looks awesome Mick.....nice effect with the frame too. Thanks for posting, love pictures.
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I like it too - my son is a fire fighter - it is awesome.
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That's great! I really like it.

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Very nice! Great idea with the frame.
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Sorry to hear about the frame Mick. Maybe a light sanding would remove most of the burn marks.......... Gotcha!

I'm glad you didn't sneeze or anything while cutting that one!Very thin looking lines! Great job by you and Papa Jim.


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Looks like very delicate work. I'm sure you had a few hairy moments.

scrollpup - I think the scortching was intentional
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it looks great Mick, I like to torch touch on the frame.....

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Very, very nice cutting Mick.
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Hey Mick,
Wow nice job...the frame is an excellent idea.
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