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Old 11-25-2009, 12:06 AM   #1
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Made these 45 Holly Berry Christmas Ornaments for my cousins and my wife's cousins , pattern is from Steve Good .These are made out of 1/4" BB plywood and primed and then painted . My wife did put the ribbons on all of these , and I have to give her credit she does help in the finishing/shipping department . I have made so much more this year than I ever have off the Big Yellow machine , tell me what you think ................Marshall
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Wow! That's a lot of cutting Marshall. As usual, your work looks fabulous.
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Nice job.. How many do you cut at once?

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Well Marshall, you asked for it.
You're bloody nuts mate
with a family that large I think I'd move far far far and then a bit further away LOL

Truthfully, you have done great job, and I like the colours.
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Old 11-25-2009, 01:03 AM   #5
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Nice job.. How many do you cut at once?

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I cut five at a time T.J. , its not bad . What's hard cutting is five pieces of 1/4" walnut at once > I've cut back to three now it's just to hard to control for sure ............thanks .........l And John your probably right , but I don't do this every year. I do love this hobby a lot ........Marshall
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You PAINTED walnut.........the project looks great, but I will repeat "you PAINTED walnut.
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my mind is in the gutter. i saw holly berry and i was looking for a gorgeous colored women
ugh got to get out more. oh by the way great job.

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Nice job. Doing so many of anything is not fun. Congratulations for staying with it.
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45 Wow! That is a lot of cuttin on the same ornament.I think they turned out great. Bobby
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Wd he used 1/4 BB not walnut. Nobody paints walnut!
I would have used 1/16 finish birch and done 6-8 ata time.

Nice project, the red ribbon really sets them off.
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