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Old 11-23-2009, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default making jewerly out of bone ?

I recently saw a post of jewerly made out of bone. I asked where a person may find a source for bone but I cant find the post . That's just me. Can anyone tell me where I might find it. Is their a site I can go to? Any help would be appreciated. Tks, Rain Man
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You are looking for beef leg bones. Your friendly butcher or the dog bone section at the supermarket. If all else fails steal from the neighbours dog
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Another place for nice clean bleached bones is your friendly pet megastore. Be prepared for the smell when working bone.
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