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Old 11-26-2009, 10:43 PM   #1
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Smile Snow Flake Christmas Tree Ornaments !

I made 25 of these Snow Flakes Christmas Tree Ornaments for the one's that usually get an ornament every year , which are just friends . I made these from 1/8" BB plywood and of course primed and painted them and the pattern came out of one of the ScrollSaw Woodworking & Crafts Magazines { Can't tell you which one } .. I sure hope I haven't bored you-all with the things I've made , but when your hot you hot and I'll be getting cold before long . Tell me what you think.........Marshall
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Old 11-26-2009, 10:50 PM   #2
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Marshall you are a cutting fool (I mean that in a good way) and looking close each one is really good. I'm not bored!!
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More fine work!
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Wow - those are wonderful.
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Looking good! Your friends will love and appreciate all the fine workmanship that went into them.
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That's good stuff Marshall. Nicely done!
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You're a better man than I am...Gunga Marshall. Don't you get bored cutting the same thing over and over even if it is five or six at a time? I go nuts if I have to individually cut the same two of anything in a short period of time. By the way, you did a beautiful job on the snowflakes.

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You're a better man than I am...Gunga Marshall. Don't you get bored cutting the same thing over and over even if it is five or six at a time? I go nuts if I have to individually cut the same two of anything in a short period of time. By the way, you did a beautiful job on the snowflakes.

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George : I have not thought of it like that , I just think of it like more practice and hope that I can even get better at it in time . I guess I'm a little nuts in thinking , get better , get better, get better and this is the way I'm thinking about it . Now you will notice that when a lot of you are making things and posting them later on when it's hot outside this summer that old Marshall doesn't ever post anything > just save mine till cool weather time .Now take into consideration that I get 4 weeks of vacation a year and use at least two weeks of it in the shop . I'm so thankful for you Guys on this site , keep me on my toes buddy and have a great Christmas.........Marshall
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Nice Marshal. I sure hope that you stack cut them. To bad there isn't a way to stack paint them.
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Nice Marshal. I sure hope that you stack cut them. To bad there isn't a way to stack paint them.
I did stack cut them > 5 at a time , would be wonderful to stack paint them he he he he Marshall
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